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Depression Test - Do You Have Depression?

Most people feel sad or depressed at times. It's a normal reaction to loss or life's challenges. But when depression takes hold of your life with moderate or severe intensity, it might be time to take action by seeking support!

Do you feel like having a low mood and a loss of interest in activities? Is your depression causing you to stop leading your normal life and does everything seem harder to do? Take this test to find out if you have depression!

A friendly reminder: This test is not for medical reference. Please go to a clinic for professional advice if needed.

Do I need to take this depression test?

We designed 30 questions to help you determine if you might be experiencing depression in this test. The questions relate to life experiences and mental struggles among people with depression. Please read each question carefully, and indicate if or how often you have experienced the same or similar challenges in the past few weeks.

How Accurate Is It?

This test is intended for informational and entertainment purposes only. Mental health disorders can only be diagnosed by a licensed mental health provider or doctor. The test was not created by any official medical institution and is not used as a clinical diagnostic tool for depression. However, we believe assessments can be a valuable first step toward treatment. If you would like to seek the advice of a licensed mental health professional, please reach out to your local related clinics or your GP.

What will the depression test results tell me?

We will evaluate your level of depression and give you corresponding suggestions to help you further. With this test, you will understand more about the potential symptoms and mood swings if you’re experiencing a certain level of depression. Depression can make you feel alone, but you have lots of company. Major depressive disorder (MDD), the clinical term for depression, is one of the most common mental health conditions, affecting an estimated 350 million people in all age groups. You should know that depression isn’t the same as being sad. Depression is a mindset that’s more constant than feeling blue or unmotivated from time to time. And it has a fundamental, biological basis. With or without, you could take this test as a significant step out of worrying and self-doubt before you decide to try any other clinical evaluation. What’s more important, your privacy is important to us. All results are completely anonymous. With that being said, we don’t provide any statistical analysis of the participants’ results.

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Your symptoms suggest you need to seek immediate help. If you are having suicidal thoughts then we strongly recommend you speak to someone who may be able to help. Reach out to your friends and family. OR if you think they're going to understand you, just talk to your GP. He/She can help you explore your options, understand your problems better, or just be there to listen.
It's very likely that you have symptoms of depression. You should definitely see a mental health professional for further evaluation and treatment. Getting a professional medical screening from your GP could help you figure out what you've been through.
Your results indicate that you may be experiencing symptoms of moderate depression. Based on your answers, living with these symptoms could be causing difficulty managing relationships and even the tasks of everyday life.
Your results indicate that you have none, or very few symptoms of depression. Having a low mood or feeling on edge are common experiences for us all. It might be helpful if you can reach out to trusted friends and family. However, we still suggest you to pay enough attention to your mental health. Feel free to ask for professional whenever you feel the mod wave is overwhelming.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that's related to changes in seasons — SAD begins and ends at about the same times every year. If you're like most people with SAD, your symptoms start in the fall and continue into the winter months, sapping your energy and making you feel moody. Don't brush off that yearly feeling as simply a case of the "winter blues" or a seasonal funk that you have to tough out on your own. Treatment can help prevent complications, especially if SAD is diagnosed and treated before symptoms get bad.
When you’re going through a tough time it’s normal to feel down for a while, emotions like sadness and grief help make us human. Whatever you're going through, you'll be fine. I believe you will get over with it like many times before.
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