Take our Quiz to Assess Your Personal Level of Adrenal Stress

Everyone is under one form of stress or another and a certain amount of stress can be healthy and keep us productive. However, extreme stress can accumulate and start to negatively impact our health, leading to adrenal burnout. Adrenal burnout is all too common in our modern society.

To assess your personal level of adrenal stress, consider the statements below, and rate each one using this 5-point scale.

Not true
Rarely true
Somewhat true
Often true
Very true

Once you have completed the assessment, the results will be calculated and a stress score will be provided.

Please Note

It is important to understand that this is not a diagnostic test and should not be used to diagnose any conditions. It is simply a tool to help assess your likely level of adrenal burnout.

  • Not trueRarely trueSomewhat trueOften trueVery true
    I experience problems falling asleep.
    I experience problems staying asleep.
    I frequently experience a second wind (high energy) late at night.
    I have energy highs and lows throughout the day.
    I feel tired all the time or I am easily fatigued.
    I need caffeine (coffee, tea, cola, etc) to get going in the morning.
    I usually go to bed after 10 pm and/or I frequently get less than 8 hours of sleep per night.
    I suffer with gas, bloating, indigestion and/or stomach pain.
    I tend toward constipation (average of less than one bowel movement per/day), diarrhea or alternate between the two. Or I have bowel issues that come and go.
    I have heartburn or I take anti-acids to treat or prevent heartburn.
    My sex drive is lower than it used to be.
    I suffer from depression, or have recently been experiencing feelings of depression such as sadness, or loss of motivation.
    If I skip meals I feel low energy or foggy and disoriented.
    I feel anxious inside – like a ‘wired and tired’ feeling or have ‘anxiety attacks’ that come and go.
    My ability to handle stress has decreased or find that I am easily irritated or upset.
    I have had one or more stressful major life events. (ie: divorce, death of a loved one, job loss, new baby, new job)
    I tend to overwork with little time for play or relaxation for extended periods of time.
    I crave sweets.
    I frequently skip meals or eat sporadically.
    I am experiencing increased physical complaints such as muscle aches, headaches, or more frequent illnesses.
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