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The biological stress test

The stress test is a frontrunner for a course I call HOPE Shortcut.

if you like this test, you can read more about the course here:


My mission is to spread self-help tools and easily accessible help to all people with symptoms, stress, and diagnosis. So, if your doctor cannot help you, this course might be for you.

I know that we can help you because most people are stressed, and stress negatively influences ALL symptoms and diseases. Feel free to look up in google [your symptom in English +  stress ].

So, what if we instead investigated and reduced ALL stress in your life. Then the logic tells that you will lower your symptoms.

Maybe you say that you are not stressed. Stress comes in many forms. If you know you have anxiety or a busy job, you know you are stressed. But you can be stressed in other ways as well. Take the test and see if it changes your opinion in any way.

I will focus on you, who have symptoms that vary during the day or week. These symptoms are easier to reduce.

More stable symptoms can be so heavy that you cannot feel the variation. Even if you have constant symptoms, there is a chance that the course can help you. But maybe you need more intensive support for this.

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­I’m the woman behind the stress test, which is the precursor to the online stress course “HOPE Shortcut”.

I’m an expert on feelings, stress, and trauma and what these do to you and your health.I have worked with people with Parkinson’s, and I have helped them a lot. See my references at my webpage.All diseases and symptoms get worse from stress, so why not start there. Without stress, your symptoms may be minimal.Get a longer and better future with the HOPE Shortcut course – to regain a life with quality.See The HOPEshortcut portal made for you that want to get out of stress and symptoms.

Introduction to the biological stress types

This test covers six different stress types: Calm, Feel, Fight, Flight, Freeze, and Embrace.

I explain the six stress types after the test. Please answer the questions before reading the stress type descriptions, so the explanation does not influence your answers.

All people are a mixture of these six types!We can all learn to become calmer in our everyday lives, so no matter what primary stress type you are, every type gains something from reading about the Calm type to gain insight into maintaining a healthy body. Of course, it is most beneficial to be at ease and calm all the time, but only a few people manage this every day.

There are six categories, and each category has questions you are about to answer.


The category with the highest score is your primary stress type.

On the pages after the test, you can read about your primary type, and if your secondary is close, read that too.

Please remember: You have not had any influence on how you ended up like this! But being conscious about your automatic patterns is the first step to improving your health and becoming more stress-tolerant.This test is based on biological knowledge of fight, flight, and freeze instinct theory, in conjunction with my experiences coaching people with various problems, symptoms, and diseases.

The future will show that stress is closely related to any disease and that you can reduce the symptoms or even avoid the breakthrough of most diseases if you learn to be calm most of the time. The reason is that biological stress affects all symptoms. Stress and pressure might be the root cause of a lot of symptoms and diseases. Time will show if this is correct, but that is how new knowledge is trending right now. Due to the relationship between stress and symptoms, therapists like me can help people reduce symptoms and diseases, as most people have ongoing or frequent stress impacting their health.

You can start asking yourself: What happened in the time just before I became diseased?

Many of the people who become healthy after life-threatening illness say, “they have changed their lives,” that they have reduced their working hours and fill their lives with creative hobbies or the likes. Their focus has shifted from job and career to health and family.


You can read more about the course here:

Stress is easy to live without, but difficult to avoid.