Psychological self-test for trouble with physical complaints

Test your physical wellbeing.

For many disorders affecting your wellbeing, taking a critical look at your own mental state can put you on course towards feeling better. This test gives you information about your physical state and possibly, at the same time, existing tension.
This is not a standardised clinical test – such tests should only ever be conducted with a psychologist or therapist in the context of professional counselling. So the results do not constitute a diagnosis and the derived parameters do not indicate where you stand in comparison with other people on average. They should serve solely as an encouragement towards self-reflection.

You should repeat the test from time to time. If you happen to be in an acutely difficult situation right now, like divorce, strains at work or the like, or perhaps dealing with a sad loss, it’s understandable that your mental state may be reflected in poorer values. Moreover, everyone has a bad day from time to time, when it’s hard to muster any joy or positive thoughts. So don’t give too much emphasis to bad results but rather take them much more as indications that it’s time to do yourself a favour and look for ways in which you might recharge your batteries. Do the test again after a while – you’ll see how, even after a steep turn for the worse, things can get better.

If no other time period is stated, then the questions relate to estimates over the last 14 days. As a rule the potential answers are grouped like school marks. The first potential answer, ranked all the way to the left, gets one point whilst the last gets five points. Enter your scores by each question and add up your total at the end of each test.
Over the last 14 days I’ve sensed the following:
1) Feeling weak
2) Belching
3) Stomach upset
4) Diarrhoea or constipation
5) Dry mouth
6) Dizziness
7) Fatigue, weariness
8) Heart trouble
9) Back ache
10) Pain in other joints
11) Nausea
12) Headache
13) Lack of appetite
14) Abdominal pain
15) Feeling of pressure in the chest
16) Sexual dysfunction