Sanity Test

So I just took a test from Sanity Score. I suggest some of you whom feel anxious, worried a lot about your psychology, to take this test. Here’s the link >> http://www.sanityscore.com/

Here’s my result…


 

Your Sanity Score

50

Based upon your answers, you appear to be in generally good mental health, with some specific concerns or issues in your life. Most people have such issues to varying degrees — some seek outside help for them from a mental health professional like a psychologist, psychiatrist or psychotherapist, while others are happy with the way things are in their life. People with similar scores sometimes feel overwhelmed by the occasional stress in life, but usually recover and are fairly resilient.

(The Sanity Score is based upon a scientific algorithm with scores ranging from 0 – 288.)

Your specific subscores are below (subscales range from 0 – 100). Under the graph of subscores, you will find additional information regarding the meaning of any significant scores or areas that may be of concern.

General Coping  11
Life Events  22
Depression  25
Anxiety  29
Phobias  17
Self-Esteem  17
Eating Disorders  10
Schizophrenia  5
Dissociation  8
Mania  5
Sexual Issues  19
Relationship Issues  0
Alcohol  17
Drugs  0
Physical Issues  0
Smoking Issues  0
Gambling Issues  0
Technology Issues  25
Obsessions/Compulsions  50
Posttraumatic Stress  33
Borderline Traits  29

Your BMI: 18.8

Your body mass index (BMI) is a measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to both adult men and women. BMI correlates with body fat. The relation between fatness and BMI differs with age and gender. For example, women are more likely to have a higher percent of body fat than men for the same BMI. On average, older people may have more body fat than younger adults with the same BMI.

Your BMI: You may be:
Below 18.5 Underweight
18.5 – 24.9 Normal
25.0 – 29.9 Overweight
30.0 and Above Obese

Depression: People with scores similar to yours are often experiencing some depressive symptoms. While these are often common amongst the general population, they can also border on the possibility of a depressive episode. It is unclear as to whether you suffer these problems severely enough to need to seek further diagnosis and treatment of them. You should not take your responses to this self-report questionnaire as a diagnosis or recommendation for treatment of any sort. Consult with a trained mental health professional if you are experiencing depressive feelings and/or difficulties in your daily functioning that you are worried about.

Anxiety: People with scores similar to yours are typically experiencing some degree of anxiety, which may or may not be a concern serious enough to seek out professional help. Remember that a little anxiety in normal, everyday life is to be expected and is a good thing. Nobody should be without any anxiety whatsoever, as anxiety is our body’s way of telling us that we should pay closer attention to a situation, event or person in our lives (even if that person is ourselves). Scores in this range suggests a person may be experiencing elevated levels of anxiety that may be causing some distress in an individual.

The most common anxiety disorders diagnosed are either panic disorder or generalized anxiety disorder.

Technology Issues: People with scores similar to yours sometimes complain about having difficulty controlling their time or use of the Internet and other technologies. They may check email obsessively, or IM friends all the time. Generally, most people do not consider this a problem or issue unless it is seriously affecting your relationships with your friends, your family members, or your significant other.

Obsessions & Compulsions: People with scores similar to yours are sometimes diagnosed with an obsessive-compulsive disorder or have obsessions or compulsions that affect a person’s life from time to time. You can view symptoms and treatment options for this disorder. This is not a diagnosis, or a recommendation for treatment. Many people who have similar scores live with these occasional obsessions or compulsions fairly well and do not seek additional treatment for them. However, you may want to consider seeking out assistance from a mental health professional if you find these obsessions or compulsions overwhelming or significantly interferring with your life.

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): People with scores similar to yours sometimes have a trait or two associated with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a disorder characterized by reliving a suffered trauma through flashbacks, nightmares or other recollections of the event. People who experience only mild PTSD symptoms often do not seek out further professional treatment or assistance for the occasional flashback or nightmare.

Borderline Traits: People with scores similar to yours sometimes have a trait or two that is commonly associated with borderline personality disorder. Generally people with such traits do not seek out or need additional mental health treatment, but it is good knowledge to have.

Recommendations

You have 6 milder concerns that we’ve identified. Such concerns may be a part of an ordinary person’s usual up’s and down’s in life. However, if any of these issues cause you worry or concern, please consult with your physician or a mental health professional for further information.


 

 

So, before I took this test, I already know some stuff like OCD… I’m a bit into that but, not badly…


 

Results of your
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Screening

______________________________

You scored a total of  23

Based upon your responses to this screening measure,you are most likely suffering from an obsessive-compulsive disorder. You can view symptoms andtreatment options for this disorder. This is not a diagnosis, or a recommendation for treatment. However, it would be advisable and likely beneficial for you to seek a professional diagnosis from a trained mental health professional in your community immediately.

S C O R E S

If you scored… Then…
12 & up
8 – 11
0 – 7
OCD is likely
OCD is probable
OCD is unlikely

 

Ok, maybe quite bad…

I’m actually trying to get help for my little brother. He’s emotionally unstable. I’m trying to get him a psychology or anyone who can help. If you know someone good at children or teenager psychology, please let me know… Thanks.

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