<50 = Low Stress: This level is considered normal and may not require urgent attention. It often represents normal defensive responses orchestrated by your Primal brain.
51-75 = Moderate Stress: This level is not healthy and should be reduced. Practicing self- love habits will help.
>75 = High Stress: We recommend you seek the right health professional to support you above and beyond practicing self-love habits.
<50 = Low Anxiety: a low level is considered manageable and does not typically require urgent attention.
51-75 = Moderate Anxiety: Moderate anxiety should be addressed —start practicing self-love habits regularly, you should notice improvements quickly.
>75 = High Anxiety: You may need to see a professional for other treatment options. As you learned from the book earlier, the long-term effect of excessive anxiety on your health can be serious.
<50 = Low Risk of Depression: We recommend that you monitor the way you feel daily and seek help if the situation worsens.
51-75 = Moderate Risk of Depression: We recommend you start practicing self-love habits to see if you can mitigate some of the worse symptoms.
>75 = High Risk of Depression: This level of depression is not sustainable and should be addressed by a professional as soon as possible.
<50 = Low SAD level: You are most likely able to cope with the level of stress, anxiety, and depression you are currently experiencing.
51-75 = Moderate SAD level: Moderate levels of stress and anxiety do correlate with a higher risk of depressed moods, so it should be monitored if not discussed with a health expert.
> 75 = High SAD level: Starting on your self-love habits may provide some short-term relief, but it may not be enough. Consider discussing your situation with a health professional as well.
If your Primal Self score is below 50: you can control anxiety and stress to levels that are manageable. This score suggests that you can easily use your Rational brain to re-appraise the urgency and seriousness of the alerts you are getting from your Primal brain. A low score may also suggest that you are not able to "listen” to some of the v/arning signals you get from your Primal brain. Physical fatigue or hunger may be ignored and contribute to long-term health issues.
If your Primal Self score is above 50: You are under too much control and influence from your Primal brain. That may explain higher levels of stress, anxiety, and even depression.
If your Rational Self score is below 50: you are not using your ability to think, compute, and predict as much as you should to lower the natural dominance of your Primal brain.
If your Rational Self score is above 50: you are doing a good job recruiting your cognitive abilities to mediate and even control the influence of the Primal brain.
If your Spiritual Self score is below 50: This is a low level of activation of the Spiritual Self You have an opportunity to quickly activate a potent network of neurons that will bring more serenity and heal your stress, anxiety, and depression symptoms
If your Spiritual Self score is above 50 keep up the good work and seek more activities that help you activate more spiritual connections. This will rewire your entire brain to experience even more serenity than you are now.
Calm vs Neuroticism
Your CALM score describes how you tend to experience more positive emotions than negative ones. If your CALM score is low, your neurotic level is high from chronic anxiety and nervousness.
Agreeableness vs Confrontational
Your AGREEABLENESS score describes how you seek harmony and peace. If high, you are considerate, kind, and continuously display an optimistic view of human nature. This trait may also make you eager to avoid conflict and therefore you may have trouble making decisions or disrupting the status quo.
Extraversion vs Introversion
Your EXTRAVERION score describes how you seek extensive stimulation from the external world. Extraverts tend to interact with other people and are often perceived as having plenty of energy and enthusiasm. But they can also appear dominant and controlling.
Conscientiousness vs Disorganized
Your CONSCIENTIOUSNESS score describes how you are with self-discipline. If high, the score confirms that you are focused and like to plan. But that can also be related to stubbornness.
Openness vs Stubborn
Your OPENNESS score suggests that you are curious, adventurous, creative, and always seeking new experiences. Also, you tend to be more aware of your feelings than others.
<50 = Low Self-love: You are not experiencing as much self-love as you could. While this may not be conscious, it could be at the core of why you have low motivation to do anything about your current levels of stress, anxiety, or depression.
51-75 = Moderate Self-love: You are showing resilience and a good ability to place your health at the center of how you face adversity.
>75 = High Self-love: You are directing a lot of love to yourself This demonstrates that you are strong in front of challenges by reminding yourself that you are doing the best you can to handle the situation.
<50 = Low Self-love Habits: You are getting low benefits from self-love habits because you are not practicing them at all or as often as you should.
51-75 = Moderate Self-love Habits: You are at a fairly good level of practice of Self-love Habits. There is room for improvement, though.
>75 = High Self-love Habits: You are getting the best results you can expect from practicing self-love habits. Keep up the good work!
<50 = Low Serenity: You currently experience a low level of serenity, and you should aim at improving it soon. This means that, most likely, you are currently experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety.
51-75 = Moderate Serenity: You have a good level of serenity, but it can improve even more by following the discipline of the Serenity Code
>75 = High Serenity: You are experiencing a high level of Serenity. You are well on your way to living a calm life and experience plenty of joy. Sustaining this level can be challenging, but you need to trust that what you do currently protects you from the harmful effect of too much stress or anxiety.