Health Checks begin when you ask yourself, “How am I feeling?”

The answers can help identify, treat, and even prevent serious physical and mental health conditions. Begin your Health Check today by reviewing the Common Signs of Distress list below.

 
Thinking Man on Couch

Common Signs of Distress

  •  Negative mood (e.g., sad, agitated, irritated)

  •  Loss of motivation

  •  Inability to focus on important tasks (at home, school, work,   church, etc.)

  •  Sleeping too little or too much

  •  Eating too little or too much

  •  Increased tension, conflict, and/or dissatisfaction with relationships  (e.g., friends, family members, romantic partners, co-workers, etc.)

  •  Physical pain (e.g., headaches)

  •  Frequent illnesses (e.g., colds, flu)

  •  Fatigue/Tiredness

  •  Significantly increased or decreased sex drive

  •  Overwhelmed/Stressed

  •  Withdrawal from social  relationships (e.g., friends, family,   romantic partners, etc.)

  •  Poor attendance and  performance (in school and/or work)

  •  Alcohol and drug abuse

  •  Thoughts of suicide (or homicide)*

When experiencing any of these symptoms for a sustained amount of time (e.g., 2 weeks or longer), please seek help/counseling as soon as possible.

*Seek professional help IMMEDIATELY