Anxiety Self-Assessment Result
Thank you for taking your time to complete our Anxiety Self-Assessment. This tool is designed to provide insights into your emotional well-being over the past two weeks. Here’s a breakdown of what each score range may indicate:
Your result suggests that you are likely experiencing minimal or no anxiety symptoms at the moment. This is a positive sign, indicating that your emotional well-being is generally stable.
However, it’s important to note that this self-assessment is not a substitute for professional advice. If you have concerns about your mental health, consulting with a healthcare professional is always a good idea.
Remember, your well-being is a priority, and taking this self-assessment is a proactive step toward understanding and addressing your emotional state. The journey to improved mental health is unique for each individual, and seeking professional guidance can provide personalized insights and support.
Non-invasive enhancement interventions like Neurofeedback and tDCS can offer relief from conditions such as anxiety. Such interventions though are best preceded by a diagnostic assessment such as QEEG to gain insights into the underlying brain conditions associated with anxiety. Click here to learn more.
Regulating Stress Through Breathing Techniques
It is important to recognize the interconnectedness of your mind and body. Stress can impact various bodily functions, including your heartbeat, breathing, sweat production, muscle tension, and temperature.
If stress ever disrupts your bodily functions, consider trying diaphragmatic breathing, a technique performed by contracting the diaphragm for deeper and more efficient inhalation.
There’s a specific type of diaphragmatic breathing that utilizes specific frequencies to optimize your mind and body state. This method helps regulate respiration, heart rate, and blood pressure, re-establishing balance between your mind and body.
Learn more about resonance frequency breathing here.