This test include questions related to symptoms, duration, and severity of depressive feelings, helping to identify specific patterns or subtypes of depression. The results provide insights for mental health professionals in tailoring appropriate interventions and support for individuals based on their unique experiences.
Mood and emotional stability. Record whether you feel sad, happy, irritated, or any other emotional state.
Sleep and its duration. Describe if you have trouble falling asleep, wake up during the night, or feel rested in the morning.
Energy level and vitality throughout the day. Note if you feel tired or have trouble concentrating.
Difficulty maintaining interest in regular activities or hobbies that you usually enjoy.
Relationship with food and weight. Record if you have changes in appetite and how this affects your weight status.
Guilty or worthless. Note what may be causing these feelings.
Thoughts of death or suicide. Be honest and record if these thoughts occur to you.
Physical symptoms you might associate with depression, such as body aches, migraines, or changes in energy levels.
Level of social interaction and whether you feel isolated from family, friends or colleagues.
The current stressors in your life. Record what may be contributing to your emotional difficulties and persistent feelings of depression.
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