Adjustment Disorder Test

Adjustment disorder test

Are you going through any stressful situations? Unable to manage the challenges of your life? Do you have disturbed sleep and appetite? Do you feel anxious/afraid/sad anticipating the consequences of your current stressful situation? Take this adjustment disorder test to find out whether you have signs of Adjustment Disorder. 

What is Adjustment Disorder?

Adjustment disorder, also known as Stress Response Syndrome, is a mental health condition that is associated with adjusting to a particular source of stress that negatively impairs an individual’s social, occupational, personal, and other areas of functioning.

The disorder is also called “Situational Depression”, because many symptoms of depression are found to be common in Adjustment Disorder. This include-

  • Feelings of helplessness,
  • Loss of interest in work or other activities,
  • Sleeping disturbances, heart palpitations,
  • Impulsive or rebellious activities,
  • Difficulties in concentration,
  • Suicidal thoughts,
  • Alcohol or drug abuse etc.

Adjustment Disorder is about to affect both adults and children male-females. These symptoms generally begin within 3 months of any stressful event and rarely last for longer than 6 months after the event or situation has ended.

Read More About Adjustment Disorder Here

Instructions For Taking Adjustment Disorder Test

Below is a list of questions that relate to life experiences common among people with signs of Adjustment Disorder. Please read each question carefully, and select the answers that suggest how often you have experienced the same or similar challenges in the past few months.

Please note: This adjustment disorder test is a self-assessment and not a diagnostic test.

No. of questions – 15

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