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You Have High Stress Levels

  • If you have scored between 0 and 16, you have LOW levels of stress.
  • If you have scored between 17 and 24, you have MEDIUM levels of stress.
  • If you have scored between 25 and 32, you have HIGH levels of stress.

You are showing many signs of stress suggesting that you may be struggling to cope with the pressures you are currently under.

Please note that this test result is not a medical assessment. Your GP can assess your circumstances and offer appropriate advice or treatment if necessary.

If you feel you need help urgently, please visit your doctor. Visit this link for detailed information about accessing emergency services from the NHS. Alternatively, click for services in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

In the meantime, our team are here to help. Although we’re not mental health professionals, we have a wide range of experience in supporting people with mental health problems. Here are some suggestions of how we can help.

Wellbeing Guides

Our range of Wellbeing Guides can help you learn more about managing stress. You can download any of these for free, including our new publication ‘How to support Mental Health at Work’.


If you’re having relationship difficulties, this can be a common cause of stress. Through Relate we can offer you a Live Chat service, giving you the opportunity to chat to a qualified Relate counsellor, during their opening hours.

This service allows you to be connected directly to a Relate online counsellor who will start an online conversation with you. Click here to find out more.

Legal Advice

If your stress is caused by legal worries, we might be able to help. We’ve partnered with Law Express to give you a free app providing information and advice about some of the common legal issues that may affect you. Click here to download it.

Apply for help

If you are eligible for help from the Charity, you can apply to us for support with your Mental Wellbeing in a number of ways.

We'll help you explore what support is available and how to begin to access local and national services, as well as other charities, through a guided conversation with you. This might include:

  • Anxiety UK Membership, access to resources, discounted counselling and use of their Headspace app
  • Anxiety UK assessment and resources
  • Access to further specialist support, such as counselling sessions*

*Please note that in order to access some services, you may be required to provide additional information with regards to your income and expenditure following your application.

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