This test should not be considered medical advice or a formal diagnosis for depression. Only an assessment by a professional can give you a true diagnosis. This test will not be accurate if you are currently under the influence of a substance (alcohol, legal or illegal drugs), or are suffering from medical condition that causes these symptoms (e.g., heart disease, stroke, cancer).During the last 2 weeks:Have you been feeling sad, empty or hopeless nearly every day? or have others told you that you seem sad or tearful nearly every day?YesNoHave you or others noticed that you don’t enjoy the things you used to?YesNoHave your lost or gained significant weight? (A change more than 5% on body weight in a month) or, has your appetite increased or decreased?YesNoHave you been unable to sleep at night or experienced excessive tiredness day and night?YesNoAre you feeling agitated or having racing thought or conversely are you feeling like your mind is slowing down?YesNoHave you experienced an unintentional acceleration or slowing down of thought process and physical activity which others have noticed?YesNoHave you experienced fatigue or loss of energy?YesNoHave you had feelings of worthlessness or guilt?YesNoHave you experienced difficulty concentrating or are you having trouble making decisions?YesNoHave you had recurrent thoughts of death, suicidal thoughts without a plan, or a suicide attempt or a specific plan to commit suicide?YesNoNote: If you're currently having suicidal thoughts and a plan, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24/7 at 1-800-273-8255 it's free and confidential. Don't wait any longer.Have these symptoms caused distress and impairment in your social life, employment, school, or other areas of responsibility?YesNo This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.