Chaimongkol_Stress survey - Stress Well-Being Survey...

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Stress & Well-Being Survey™ Life Changes Recommendation Score Life Changes 0 700 N/A 77 Life Changes Research indicates that persons who total 200 points or more on the following scale within a 12-month period are more prone to physical and psychological stress-related illness than those who score less. Total Stress Score Recommendation Score Total Stress 0
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100 Low High N/A 18 Total Stress This scale is an overall measure of the reported level of stress in your life. High scores on this scale suggest that there are a number of areas and relationships in your life that may be a source of stress for you. Components of Total Stress Recommendation Score Work 0 100 Low High N/A 61 Relationships 0
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100 Low High N/A 0 Finances 0 100 Low High N/A 15 Social Support 0 100 Low High N/A 23 Other Sources of Stress
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0 100 Low High N/A 45 Emotional Distress 0 100 Low High N/A 64 Physical Stress Symptoms 0 100 Low High N/A
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54 Response to Stress 0 100 Low High N/A 22 Stress Scores High scores on the eight stress scales indicate likely areas of stress in your life that you may want to consider improving. Scoring in the average range on these scales   indicates   scores   that   are   similar   to   those   of   individuals   in   the   large database sample. Low scores are suggestive of areas that may not be a source
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