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Your Psych Check-Up Test Results
Your Score: 120
Based upon your answers, you appear to be experiencing some distress at the moment -- your overall mental health is affected by this distress. People with similar scores tend to experience more difficulty in coping with life, and may feel like they need more help than they're currently getting. Because of this, your mental health could likely use a little boost. If you have been feeling this way for longer than 2 weeks' time, people similar to you have sought out professional care from a mental health professional, such as a psychologist, psychotherapist or psychiatrist.

(The Psych Check-Up Test 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 46
Life Events 19
Depression 59
Anxiety 41
Phobias 50
Self-Esteem 50
Eating Disorders 45
Schizophrenia 60
Dissociation 25
Mania 75
Sexual Issues 6
Relationship Issues 0
Alcohol 0
Drugs 0
Physical Issues 50
Smoking Issues 0
Gambling Issues 0
Technology Issues 38
Obsessions/Compulsions 75
Posttraumatic Stress 67
Borderline Traits 75

Your BMI: 30.1
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 Under- weight
18.5 - 24.9 Normal
25.0 - 29.9 Over- weight
30.0 and Above Obese
General Coping: People with similar scores as yours tend to feel a little overwhelmed by life at times. You appear to express some unhappiness with the way your life is going right now.

Attention! Depression: People with scores similar to yours are typically suffering from a moderate to severe depressive episode. This is also known as clinical depression or just plain depression. People who have answered similarly to you typically qualify for a diagnosis of major depression and have sought professional treatment for this disorder.

You should not take this as a diagnosis of any sort, or a recommendation for treatment. However, if would be advisable and likely beneficial for you to seek further diagnosis from a trained mental health professional soon to rule out a possible depressive disorder.

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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.

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Phobias: People with scores similar to yours express some irrational fears of certain specific object or situations, such as being afraid of heights, snakes, or enclosed spaces. Generally, however, most people with this level of fear simply avoid the specific objects or situations in their lives and are not bothered enough by the fears to have it interrupt their everyday lives.

Self-Esteem: People with scores similar to yours express some minor concerns with their self-esteem. Self-esteem is most often the product of our upbringing and personalities. It is something that a self-help book or psychotherapist can help a person learn to readily improve in even just a few sessions. Generally, however, most people have some minor self-esteem issues and often don't seek out assistance for this issue.

Eating Disorders: People with scores similar to yours often have a trait or two associated with an eating disorder, such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, or binge eating disorder. Eating disorders occur due to poor self-image and self-esteem, often as a result of childhood experiences. People with scores similar to yours often go through life with a somewhat unhealthy attitude and approach to eating, but aren't bothered by it enough to seek professional assistance for it. If it is causing you concern, however, you should consider talking to a therapist who specializes in eating disorders.

Your body mass index suggests you may also be dealing with obesity as an ongoing life issue.

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Attention! Schizophrenia: People with scores similar to yours often carry a diagnosis or have symptoms consistent with schizophrenia, or a schizophrenia-related disorder. This does not mean you have schizophrenia, only that there is fair evidence to suggest that it is something you should seek further professional assistance with. Older teens or young adults should especially be aware that schizophrenia is most often diagnosed during these years.

You should not take this as a diagnosis of any sort, or a recommendation for treatment. However, if would be advisable and likely beneficial for you to seek further verification and to see if you qualify for a schizophrenia or schizophrenia-related diagnosis from a trained mental health professional as soon as possible in order to rule out a possible schizophrenia or psychotic disorder.

The most common schizophrenia disorders diagnosed are: Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder, and Schizophreniform Disorder.

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Dissociation: People with scores similar to yours sometimes lose track of time, people, places or events, but not to the extent that it causes serious problems in the individual's life.

Attention! Mania & Bipolar Disorder: People with scores similar to yours often complain of symptoms commonly associated with bipolar disorder (also known as manic-depression). Bipolar disorder is characterized by a swing in moods from depression to mania (having racing thoughts, an excess of energy, inability to maintain attention, etc.). Bipolar disorder at this level can seriously interfere with a person's normal, everyday life and impair functioning in social relationships, work, school, and other areas of one's life. You can learn more about the symptoms and types of bipolar disorder here.

People who report similar levels of bipolar symptoms often benefit from professional treatment for their concern through a combination of psychotherapy and medication.

Physical Issues: People with scores similar to yours often have a physical issue that causes them some concern or effort in their daily lives.

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.

Attention! Obsessions & Compulsions: People with scores similar to yours often have an obsessive-compulsive 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 at your earliest convenience.

Take Action for Obsessions/Compulsions:
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Attention! Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): People with scores similar to yours often have traits associated with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a disorder characterized by reliving a suffered trauma through flashbacks, nightmares or other recollections of the event. This is a serious concern that often requires professional treatment.

Attention! Borderline Traits: People with scores similar to yours often have traits associated with borderline personality disorder.

Attention! You have 6 serious concerns that we've identified. Generally such concerns should be checked out with a mental health professional as soon as you can. You can find a mental health professional within your local community through your insurance provider or through an online therapist directory. Get help immediately if these concerns are overwhelming or you feel your health or safety is at risk.

You have 8 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.

Please remember, this is not a diagnosis or diagnostic test. It is only a general screening to give you a broad understanding of the mental health concerns you may be facing right now in your life.

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*Schizoaffective disorder, bipolar type*

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Wellbutrin XL 300 mg
Rexulti 3.5 mg
Topomax 50 mg
Trazodone 50 mg - as needed (PRN)

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Hi @Moose72 - I sometimes find these kinds of tests a little disheartening. I try not to focus entirely on them.

It may be escapism or may just be plain good self care, but I try to focus more on what I am doing right. Every right thing helps. Sometimes just smiling a little when I wake up helps start my day with a little joy. It can't hurt.

Hope you are having a good day.
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