Stress Management: Stress And Anxiety Assessments (PDF)

Discover how to monitor your stress levels for improved health and well-being using our free, research-validated stress and anxiety questionnaires.
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Monitoring Your Stress Levels

Stress is an unavoidable part of life. Too much acute or chronic stress can negatively impact your physical and mental health. Keeping your stress levels in check is essential for your overall well-being.

This page offers research-validated stress and anxiety questionnaires you can use to monitor your stress levels over time. They are provided as PDF printouts for periodic self-evaluation.

Ongoing monitoring enables you to detect high stress early and take proactive steps to reduce it through lifestyle changes, stress management techniques, or seeking help.

Caring for your mental health includes keeping stress in check. Download our free screening tools to start monitoring your stress levels today. Ongoing stress management improves health, well-being, and quality of life.

Downloadable Stress Questionnaires

While these questionnaires should not replace evaluation by a qualified professional, they can provide insight into your stress burden. Scores in the high-stress ranges may indicate you could benefit from stress-reduction strategies and support.

Hit the images below to download the corresponding questionnaire or take our stress tests online.

Alex Reijnierse
Alex Reijnierse

Alex Reijnierse is a stress management expert with over a decade of experience in helping individuals effectively manage and reduce stress. He holds a Master of Science (MSc) and has a background in high-pressure environments, which has given him firsthand experience in dealing with chronic stress.

The articles on this website are fact-checked, with sources cited where relevant. They also reflect personal experiences in dealing with the effects of stress and its management. When in doubt, consult with a certified healthcare professional. See also the disclaimer.