Fibromyalgia Stress Survey

Updated Sept. 2019

Adrenal fatigue is a collection of signs and symptoms, known as a syndrome, commonly associated with intense or prolonged stress, and resulting fatigue that accompanies it. Although it affects millions of people in the U.S. and around the world, conventional medicine does not yet recognize it as a distinct syndrome.

The catalyst for adrenal fatigue is acute or chronic stress.

Adrenal fatigue can wreak havoc with your life. In the more serious cases, the activity of the adrenal glands is so diminished that you may have difficulty getting out of bed for more than a few hours each day.

Stress is the catalyst for poor health, including fibromyalgia.

How much Stress Are You Under?

Take the survey below:


1. Death of spouse 100

2. Divorce 73

3. Marital Separation 65

4. Jail / death of close family/friend 63

5. Personal Injury Illness 53

6. Marriage 50

7. Fired from work 47

8. Marital Reconciliation 45

9. Retirement 45

10. Illness of family member 44

11. Pregnancy 40

12. Sexual Difficulties 39

13. Addition of new family member 39

14. Business/financial change 38

15. Change line of work 36

16. Arguing with spouse 35

17. Large mortgage 31

18. Foreclosure of mortgage 30

19. Child leaving home 29

20. Problems with in-laws 29

21. High personal achievement 28

22. Spouse begins or stops work 26

23. Beginning or end of school 26

24. Change in living condition 25

25. Revision of personal habits 24

26. Trouble with boss 23

27. Change in work conditions 20

28. Change in schools 20

29. Change in recreation

or church activities 19

30. Change in social activities 18

31. Small mortgage 17

32. Change in sleeping habits 16

33. Change in # of family reunions 15

34. Change in eating habits 15

35. Vacation 13

36. Christmas 12

37. Minor traffic violation 11

200 points or more in one year’s time, highly increases the risk for adrenal fatigue syndrome.



Proven 4-step process all-natural protocol that helped thousands feel good again! Free video series explains it all:

10 replies
  1. Melody scott
    Melody scott says:

    Hello I was just diagnosed with fibromyalgia. But I’m not sure if that is the case. I am thinking it is possibly thyroid issues. My doctor says the brain to thyroid is “a little overactive” anyhow here’s my story , the short version . So in January bam hit me out of knowhere . I was at the movies and felt as though I was going to pass out. Then from there it was like I could hardly function. Then I started having unexplained weight loss ( now I’m down 24 lbs.) I feel completely sick and tired all the time like something is attacking my brain and body. Well now the last couple months I can’t sleep!! So ya I’m desperate to get my life back. I’ve had to stop working due to this and my life is slowly crumbling . Before I was an active happy productive person . Now I’m ill and feel helpless and hopeless . Please help!! I am determined to get better so please help me help me!! ♡

  2. Jane gallagher
    Jane gallagher says:

    Iv had fibro 9 yrs this is my worst time,iv all ways worked hard even 3 jobs at one point.Now I can’t do one ! I feel so tierd all the time and headachs please some one help :(((


    Glands!! I have a growth on my pituitary gland, a thyroid goiter, (but thyroid functions are all fine), and I have an adrenal tumor. In addition, fibro. Nothing has been done about any of it………


Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *