January blues? Check your mood with our feelgood questionnaire

  • 11 Jan 2011
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Finding January a bit of a downer? Then fill out our questionnaire and see if you could benefit from a boost.

Feelgood questionnaire Score 2 for frequently; 1 for occasionally; 0 for rarely 1. Do you feel downhearted, depressed or sad? 2. Do you feel worse in the morning? 3. Do you have crying spells, or feel like crying? 4. Do you have trouble falling asleep, or sleeping through the night? 5. Is your appetite poor and are you losing weight without trying? 6. Are you gaining weight or bingeing on sweet foods? 7. Do you feel unattractive and unlovable? 8. Do you prefer to be alone and shy away from social interaction? 9. Do you feel fearful and easily panic about things? 10. Do you feel anxious and nervous? 11. Are you often tired? 12. Do you easily become irritable or angry? 13. Are you restless and unable to keep still? 14. Do you feel hopeless about the future? 15. Do you think you are letting people down, or have done in the past? 16. Is your mood affecting your work? 17. Is it an effort to do the things you used to do with ease because of a lack of enthusiasm? 18. Do you feel like you’ve slowed down? 19. Do you find it difficult to make decisions? 20. Do you worry about your health? 21. Do you feel less enjoyment from activities that once gave you pleasure? 22. Do you have less interest or desire for sex? Score analysis Below 5 - You are normal. You appear to be positive, optimistic and able to roll with the punches. The Feel Good Factor book and seminar will give you clues on how to handle those occasions when things aren’t going so well for you. 5–9 - You have a mild case of the blues. Following the advice in the Feel Good Factor book and seminar will get you back on track. 10–15 - You have a moderate case of the blues. As well as following the advice in the Feel Good Factor book and seminar you might benefit from some professional help, by seeing a psychotherapist and a nutritional therapist. More than 15 - You have plenty of symptoms of depression so, as well as reading the Feel Good Factor book, you will benefit from getting some professional help The Feel Good Factor book in is on special offer this month so if your results showed you could do with a boost then purchase your copy here.

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