Do you suspect that you (or a loved on) are stressed, anxious or depressed? Try this one minute test that measures your level of depression, anxiety and stress and compares it with 'normal' levels. (I didn't create the test, but I have found it useful)
What can you do if you discover your levels are too high? (or if they are 'normal' but you still don't feel as good as you would like)
If you're after a DIY approach you could try more sleep, listening to a guided meditation each day, turning on music you like, getting outside for a walk, pretty much anything that you know makes you feel good, or that used to make you feel good.
Often when we are stressed or anxious or depressed we stop doing the things that we know will help us. Sometimes it feels too hard to even summon the energy to do those things. It's ok to start with baby-steps, one little change a day.
If you would like some outside help, I strongly recommend hypnosis (yes, I'm biased, but only because it works! ) which is great for stress and anxiety, or you could see your GP and ask for a referral to a psychologist or counsellor. I often see clients who are also seeing a psychologist or taking medication for their mental health.
You could also make contact with https://www.lifeline.org.au or reach out to a trusted friend.
If you need any help, just let me know. If you'd like to see how hypnosis has helped others, just click here