Trouble Tracker

Rate Your Symptoms 1-3

  1. I am having trouble with this symptom. It is getting in the way of my life and it needs to be addressed right away.
  2. I am having trouble with this symptom, but it is not as serious as those rated 1.
  3. I have little or no trouble with this symptom.


Rating 1-3

Prolonged Sadness or unexplained crying spells  
Significant changes in appetite, sleep patterns  
Irritability, anger, worry, agitation, anxiety  
Pessimism, indifference  
Loss of energy, tiredness, exhaustion  
Feelings of guilt or worthlessness  
Inability to concentrate, indecisiveness  
Inability to take pleasure in former interests, social withdrawal, feelings of isolation  
Unexplained aches and pains  
Recurring thoughts of death or suicide

This symptom is most important to treat. If you or someone you care about has thoughts of suicide, get help right away.  Contact a medical professional, clergy member, loved one, friend or crisis line such as (800) 273-8255 (TALK), or go to an emergency room.

Heightened mood, exaggerated optimism and self-confidence  
Decreased need for sleep (less than three hours) without fatigue  
Grandiose delusions, inflated sense of self-importance  
Excessive irritability, aggressive behavior  
Increased physical, mental activity  
Racing speech, flight of ideas, impulsiveness  
Poor judgment, easily distracted, difficulty concentrating  
Reckless behavior without concern for consequences, such as spending sprees, rash business decisions, erratic driving, sexual indiscretions  
Auditory hallucinations (hearing voices) or delusions (strong convictions about things that aren’t true)