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Three Mental Health Self-Tests in the Workplace

Three Mental Health Self-Tests in the Workplace

Self-tests on depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, and workplace mental health.

  The NO1 depression tendency self-assessment score is “1”; “Sometimes” is 2 points; “Often” is 3 points; “Continuous” is 4 points.

  1.

I feel nervous and depressed; 2.

I feel the best in the morning; 3.

I want to cry or want to cry; 4.

I don’t sleep well at night; 5.

I eat as much as usual; 6.

My sexual function is normal; 7.

I feel weight loss; 8.

I worry about constipation; 9.

My heart beats faster than usual; 10.

I feel tired for no reason; 11.

My mind is as clear as usual; 12.

I do things as usual without difficulty; 13.

I am restless and difficult to stay calm; 14.

I feel hope for the future; 15.

I am more prone to anger than usual; 16.

I find it easy to decide what to do; 17.

I feel that I am a useful and unshareable person; 18.

My life fits well; 19.

If I die, others will have a better life; 20.

I still love what I usually love.

  Index = total score / 80 × 100.

The index is below 50%, which is in the normal range; the index is between 50% and 59%, which is mild depression; the index is between 60% and 69%, which is moderate depression;

  NO2 anxiety severe self-test “no or little time” is 1 point; “small part of time” is 2 points; “quite time” is 3 points; “most or all time” is 4 points.

  1.

Feel more nervous and anxious than usual; 2.

Feel scared for no reason; 3.

Easily upset or frightened; 4.

Feeling that you might go crazy; 5.

I feel that everything is fine and no misfortune will happen; 6.

Hands and feet trembling; 7.

Distressed by headache, head and neck pain and back pain; 8.

Feeling prone to weakness and fatigue; 9.

10. Feel calm and easy to sit quietly; 10.

Heart beats fast; 11.

Distressed because of dizziness; 12.There are faint spots, or feel like fainting; 13.

Inhale and exhale feel easy; 14.

Numbness and tingling in hands and feet; 15.

Distressed by stomach pain and indigestion; 16.

Peeing often; 17.

Hands are often dry and warm; 18.

Blush and fever; 19.

Easily fall asleep and sleep well; 20.

Have nightmares.

  Add the rough points for a dramatic addition and multiply the rough points by 1.

25. Rounding to get the twins will get the standard score.

Worry assessment has a demarcation valuation of 50 points, with scores exceeding, the more obvious the fear expectations are.

  NO3 for severe obsessive-compulsive disorder self-assessment is 0 points; “very light” is 1 point; “moderate” is 2 points; “biased” is 3 points; “severe” is 4 points.

  1.

Contradictory ideas or words circle in your head; 2.

Great forgetfulness; 3.

Worry about your clothes being untidy and unethical; 4.

Find it difficult to complete the task; 5.

Do things slowly to ensure they are done correctly; 6.

Work must be checked repeatedly; 7.

Difficult to make decisions; 8.

Think again and again about meaningless things; 9.

Can’t concentrate; 10.

Must wash hands repeatedly and count; 11.

Repeatedly make a meaningless action; 12.

Often suspected of being contaminated; 13.

Always worry about loved ones and make meaningless associations; 14.

Uncontrollable antithetical thinking, ideas.

  Will cause a significant phase addition, the total score of more than 20 points should consider the possibility of obsessive-compulsive disorder.