- get to know yourself and your lifestyle through the tests below
BMI ≤ 16: underweight grade 3
BMI ≤ 17: underweight grade 2
BMI ≤ 18.5: underweight grade 1
BMI 18.5-25: normal weight
BMI ≥ 25: overweight
BMI ≥ 30: obesity
BMI ≥ 35: severe obesity
BMI ≥ 40: very severe obesity
DAILY CALORIE REQUIREMENT
DEPRESSION & MENTAL HEALHTH ISSUES
The website https://psychology-tools.com/ contains a number of tests for addiction, ADHD, aggression, anxiety, autism, bipolar, depression, eating disorders, OCD, personality and stress.
Please note, these assessments are not a substitute for professional diagnosis and treatment. Consult a mental health professional for proper evaluation and treatment.
Below you will find the PHQ-9 depression test (Patient Health Questionnaire-9). It is a validated screening tool used to evaluate the severity of depression. It consists of nine questions that aim to identify common symptoms of depression such as loss of interest, loss of energy, sleep problems, change in appetite and feelings of hopelessness or worthlessness. For english version click here.
Disclaimer: These assessments are not a substitute for professional diagnosis and treatment. Consult a mental health professional for proper evaluation and treatment.
Test to determine degree of nicotine addiction
Test to assess how well you tolerate stress
Test to assess self-control
Test to assess your ability to forgive yourself and others
"True happiness test"- BlueZones
"True vitality test"(health age) - BlueZones
Test to assess the risk of dementia / Alzheimer's
- I grew up with a plant-based diet and share here some of my mother's recipes
Falafel and tahini dressing