It may seem strange to even consider that stress can be good for us. We are always being told about the negative effects of stress and how we should do everything in our power to avoid it. However, the right amount of stress can be good for us.
You may feel that you’re doing OK at work or there may be a niggling awareness that you could do better. Many people sit with the status quo because it’s simply too difficult to do anything else, but, if you examine some of your core beliefs, the power to make a change may be a lot simpler than you think.
The quiz is based on the Schedule of Recent Experience, developed by Dr. Holmes and his associates, which allows you to quantify how many changes you’ve experienced in the past few months and consider how these stressful events may have increased your vulnerability to illness. The main purpose of this scale, however, is to increaseContinue reading “What’s Your Risk of Developing Stress-related illnesses?”
Tired? Sleepy? Can’t concentrate? This quiz, based on Epworth Sleepiness Scale, is a tool to help you identify your own level of daytime sleepiness, which can often by a symptom of a sleep disorder. Research suggests that a sleep-deprived person cannot focus attention optimally and therefore cannot learn efficiently. Adequate sleep is a key partContinue reading “What’s Your Level on Daytime Sleepiness?”
This 23-questions quiz is based on the PERMA model’s 5 pillars of wellbeing (positive emotion, engagement, relationships, meaning, accomplishment) with negative emotion and health. Based on you results you will get some tips and tools to improve these main areas of wellbeing.
Find out your level of healthy living know-how! On top of that, you will get tips on how to overcome some of the habits that may be holding you back from feeling your healthiest and happiest…