The Depression, Anxiety, and Stress Scale-21 (DASS-21) is a valuable self-assessment tool designed to help you gain insights into your emotional well-being.
The DASS-21 is a widely recognised questionnaire used to measure your depression, anxiety, and stress symptoms over the past week. By completing this survey, you'll have the opportunity to reflect on your emotional experiences and gain a better understanding of your current state of well-being.
Why Use the DASS-21:
Self-awareness: It provides a snapshot of your emotional well-being, helping you recognize potential areas of concern.
Early intervention: Identifying symptoms of depression, anxiety, or stress early can lead to more effective coping strategies and professional support if needed.
Monitoring progress: Regularly completing the DASS-21 can help you track changes in your mental health over time, providing valuable insights into the effectiveness of your self-care practices.
How to Complete the DASS-21:
This questionnaire consists of 21 statements that describe various emotional experiences. For each statement, you'll rate how much it applies to you over the past week. Be honest and considerate while responding to ensure accurate results.
The DASS-21 is a tool for insight and symptom monitoring. It is not a diagnosis. If your results raise concerns or if you're struggling with your mental health, consider discussing them with a healthcare professional or a mental health expert who can provide guidance and support.
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