Mood Level SCORE’S Defined:
Severe Mania – (essentially incapacitated or hospitalized)
Strong Mania – (GREAT Difficulty with goal-orientated activity)
Moderate Mania – (more energized & prodicative, but usual routine relkatively unaffected)
Mild Mania – (SOME difficulty with goal-orientated activity)
NEUTRAL – (NO feelings of either Depression or Mania)
Mild Depression – (Usual routine relatively affected)
Moderate Depression – (SOME difficulty with goal-orientated activty)
Strong Depression – (Functioning with GREAT effort)
Severe Depression – (Essentially incapacitated or Hospitalized)
LEVELS OF DEPRESSION:
MILDLY DEPRESSED #3
Feeling slowed down, sad, trouble keeping negative thoughts out of head, self-critical, fatigued, easily distracted, bored, still able to work.
MODERATELY DEPRESSED #2
Feeling very sad, hopeless, slowed down, uninterested in things most of the day, want to sleep more, reminiscing about past failure, grouchy, irritable, missed days at school or work.
SEVERELY DEPRESSED #1
Severe, incapacitating anxiety or fear,
Thoughts of ending your life
LEVELS OF MANIA:
ELATED MOOD #8
Feeling giddy, cheerful, energized, self confident, ideas forming in mind, may be irritable, anxious, and even nervous.
HIGHLY ELATED MOOD #9
Exhilarated, goal driven, high sexual drive, fast thoughts, more irritable and anxious,. May want to break things or become slightly annoyed by little things and people.
OVER ELATED MOOD #10
Ecstatic, laugh constantly, become loud and aggressive with others. Argumentative, expert on everything, inability to sit still, little to no sleep, wired and cranky.
LEVELS OF IRRITABILITY:
MODERATELY IRRITABLE #1
feeling snappish or grumpy
MODERATELY IRRITABLE #2
easily annoyed, raised voice, bark
SEVERELY IRRITABLE #3
Angry, yelling, stomping, shouting, or down right mean
#10. Total loss of judgement, excessive spending, religious delusions and hallucinations.
#9. Lost touch with reality, incoherent, no sleep, paranoid and vindictive, reckless behavior.
#8. Inflated self-esteem, rapid thoughts and speech, counter-productive, simultaneous tasks.
#7. Very productive, everything to excess (phone calls, writing, smoking, tea), charming and talkative.
#6. Self-esteem, good, optimistic, sociable, and articulate, good decisions, and get work done.
#5. Mood in balance, no symptoms of depression or mania. Life is going well and the outlook is good.
#4. Slight withdrawal from social situations, concentration less than usual, slight agitation.
MILD TO MODERATE DEPRESSION
#3. Feeling of panic and anxiety, concentration difficult and memory poor, some comfort in routine.
#2. Slow thinking, no appetite, need to be alone, sleep excessive or difficult, everything a struggle.
#1. Feeling of hopelessness and guilt, thoughts of suicide, little movement, impossible to do anything.
# 0. Endless suicidal thoughts, no way out, no movement, everything is bleak, and it will always be like this..
1 = Panic Attack: shortness of breath, rapid heart beat, shaking limbs, sweating, etc…
2 = Very Anxious: sensations of symptoms arising
3 = Anxious: overwhelming sense of worry
4 = Somewhat Anxious: worried but controllable
5 = Even: in limbo
6 = O.K.: Things are calm right now
7 = Calm and Relaxed: no doomed thoughts
8 = Feeling Great: no thoughts apparent at this time of worry.
1.) Feeling active, vital, alert or wide awake.
2.) Functioning at high levels, but not at peak; able to concentrate.
3.) Awake, but relaxed, responsive but not fully awake.
4.) Somewhat foggy, let down.
5.) Foggy, losing interest in remaining awake, slowed down.
6.) Sleepy, woozy, fighting sleep, prefer to lay down.
7.) No longer fighting sleep, sleep onset soon, having dream like thoughts