Resilience Assessment Dashboard


Results Overview

Your Resilience Type

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Overall Resilience

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Very Good

Your protective factors & resilience is high and your health is very good overall. To keep yourself there, now is the time to look at your weakest area, whether it’s sleep, energy, gut health or a niggle that occasionally causes you some pain. Also have a look at your strengths too to see where you have the greatest resilience already. Optimizing things now will keep you performing at your peak, feeling your best and addressing any small issues before they become bigger.[/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=as1 greater_than="71.9" less_than="84.9 " ]


You’re feeling pretty good, but you’d like to feel even better. Overall, your health is pretty good, although there may be an area of interest or concern with mild symptoms that sometimes bother you. Now is the time to take action to optimize things & catch mild issues at the early stage so they don’t start to impact other domains of holistic health. [/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=as1 greater_than="59.9" less_than="71.9 "]


You’re feeling ok but you’d like to feel better. Your score indicates that you are feeling ok, but there is at least one area where you are having symptoms or struggling to feel good, whether it’s a lack of energy, low moods, a feeling of stress overwhelm or other symptoms. It may be due to a chronic health issue you already know about, or something you haven’t yet seen a doctor about quite yet. [/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=as1 greater_than="49.9" less_than="59.9 "]


You’re Dealing with significant symptoms. Your score indicates you are likely struggling with symptoms in at least 2 areas and may be dealing with an underlying condition & symptoms that are currently not well managed. When chronic health issues persist for long enough, you can experience more and more symptoms that at first glance may seem unrelated. However, symptoms like low mood, fatigue, non restorative sleep and even digestion problems are often interrelated and have to be addressed together so you can heal. [/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=as1 less_than="49.9 " ]

Very Low

You’re dealing with severe symptoms. Your score indicates you are likely struggling with symptoms in multiple areas and likely dealing with an underlying condition & symptoms that are currently not well managed. When chronic health issues persist for long enough, you can experience more and more symptoms that at first glance may seem unrelated. However, cross diagnostic symptom clusters like low mood, fatigue and non restorative sleep can start to overlap and can make other symptoms like pain worse too. They need to be addressed together so you can heal.[/frm-condition]

Resilience Type

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Moody Warrior

Moody warriors biggest challenge when out of balance is keeping a positive mood balance, finding joy in the small everyday things and bouncing back from low moods without getting stuck in a negative spiral. However, when you are in balance, you are the life and soul of a party and live life to the fullest![/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=rtype equals="Energy"]

Exhausted Warrior

Your main challenge is regulating energy levels on a brain, body and cell level and you are more likely to experience issues like burnout, chronic fatigue and have trouble with restorative sleep when out of balance. You may also take longer to get over a bug and need more sleep than average to feel your best. That’s ok-we all have a different energy set point so it’s about finding how to best support your energy to avoid feeling drained and exhausted. When in balance, you tend to be highly intuitive and empathetic.[/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=rtype equals="Clarity"]

Scattered Warrior

You may find you can get distracted easily or find it hard to focus, although you have a constant stream of new ideas. Maintaining focus and clarity to support optimal thinking is your challenge. When in balance, you tend to be highly creative in some way and are a great innovator.[/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=rtype equals="Calm"]

Wound-up Warrior

Naturally high strung, you may have a hard time coming back to a calm baseline in the nervous system, brain and body and avoiding chronic hyperarousal, worry or anxiety especially when stressed. However, when in balance, you are also highly effective and conscientious and the go-to person for getting the job done, no matter how busy you are.[/frm-condition]


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Very Good

Congrats you are a beacon of optimism and have the superpower for keeping a positive mood balance. You can generally avoid getting stuck too long in negative thinking spirals even when bad things happen. You having the ability to see the glass as 'half full' and generally have positive self- talk, which can help lower the negative effects of stress on your brain and body.

You probably already have some great 'learned optimism' mental habits that help you stay positive and see the bright side of things even when you have significant challenges going on, such as thinking about what is good about your life, practicing gratitude, building up your 'positive experience bank' each day with doing small simple things that make you feel happy.

This superpower also often goes hand in hand with being more mentally flexible, which helps you adapt to new environments, challenges and hurdles life throws at you. This superpower has been proven to help protect your resilience even in the face of serious life or health challenges. In multiple studies, having a positive mood balance can also help enhance other resilience skills, such as clarity (specifically may help improve creative problem solving and memory).

People with a positive outlook who experienced a serious health crisis have been proven to have better outcomes, with all other factors controlled for.[/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=mood1 greater_than="71.9" less_than="84.9 " ]


You generally are good at seeing the world through a half glass full lens and have a pretty stable mood. You can generally avoid getting really stuck in negative thinking spirals when bad things happen but sometimes do have trouble with positive self-talk when you are under stress.

You already likely have some good mental habits that are contributing to your mood balance positively, but adding a small learned optimism practice to help your brain cope more positively when you face a challenge is never a bad idea.

Thinking about 3 good things each day, practices of gratitude or compassion or just doing something nice for someone can help make you generate even more positive feelings.[/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=mood1 greater_than="59.9" less_than="71.9 "]


Your mood is generally ok but when something unexpected or bad happens, you may tend towards getting stuck in negative feelings or thinking patterns or find it hard to pull yourself out, or tend to think about the worst case scenario.

You may also find it difficult to keep doing the small things each day that build up your 'positivity bank' to buffer against feeling low, especially life is more stressful, even though you know these little things are important to helping you cope better.

You don't have to become an optimist overnight but you can learn to shift your mood balance over time with small simple steps to become more half glass full and build your mood resilience to help your brain respond more positively to stressors over time[/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=mood1 less_than="59.9 "]


You tend to struggle with mood and emotional regulation. When the brain and mind get stuck in the negative, the brain wiring starts to change too. For example, the left front brain can begin to become underactive. Essentially, the brain goes into withdrawal and protection mode and can get stuck in this brain avoidance pattern.

These patterns show up on brain imaging in those suffering from depression or chronic low moods. The withdraw and protect mode is the brain mode that dominates when we don't feel safe and is meant to be protective (and it may have been for our cavemen ancestors), when our brains may have activated this mode to keep us safe from predators.

Back then, most of the threats were immediate and physical dangers. However, in modern life, it can be maladaptive to cope with the chronic low grade but constant 'mental dangers' we face each day that can trigger the same brain response, especially if you are genetically susceptible. Everyone's mood and happiness set point is a bit different, but even if you have struggled in this mood area for many years or even most of your life you can shift it feel happier and more fulfilled each day.

This is possible due to something called neuroplasticity, or the brain's ability to change itself, no matter what your starting point is right now or what challenges you face. [/frm-condition]


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Very Good

You are a superhero at regulating your energy levels even under pressure. You likely need less sleep than average (eg. you may be on top of your game with 7 hrs a night) to feel good and tend to recover quickly from colds and other energy-zappers.

You are the person who still has energy to go out and socialize after work or hit the gym or a yoga class, which are healthy habits that feed back into filling your happiness tank (help with the mood resilience area). [/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=en1 greater_than="71.9" less_than="84.9 " ]


Your energy levels are pretty normal, you tend to feel good on the average 8 hrs of sleep most days and don't feel overly fatigued most days. However, you may find that suffer from afternoon energy slumps or need to use caffeine or sugar to perk up in the afternoons. Or that on weekends you need an extra lie in to catch up from the weeks energy demands.

To boost energy back into the supercharged range, try to get to sleep before 11 most nights and swap afternoon caffeine and sugar for a smoothie or green juice and some nuts for more sustained energy until dinner. [/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=en1 greater_than="59.9" less_than="71.9 " ]


Energy levels are generally ok but you tend to feel zapped at times and find you can't burn the candle at both ends without some noticeable repercussions that last at least a few days to a week on your energy levels.

You may notice it takes you longer than average to get over a cold or recover from a big night out. You generally need at least 8.5 hrs of good sleep to feel rested and sharp the next day, otherwise you need caffeine or sugar to get through the day without crashing.

You may feel foggy and sluggish some days. Now is the time to start working on energy levels before they dip into the 'crash zone' [/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=en1 less_than="59.9 " ]


You are struggling with energy on at least one level but likely multiple fronts. You likely need at least 9 hrs of sleep to feel well and even then you may wake up feeling fatigued or unrested.

Problems with energy management can show up as: - Chronic Fatigue and low energy on a daily or near-daily basis - brain fog and mental fatigue (you may also have a challenge area in Clarity) - Feeling more tired instead of revitalized by exercise especially cardio - Feel ‘tired but wired’ or sluggish yet on edge during the day, especially in the early stages of burnout before more severe fatigue sets in and people feel less ‘wired’ more exhausted. (in early stages you may have had more challenge area in Calm) - Waking up feeling unrested even after a full night’s rest - Always catching whatever bug or virus is going round, lowered immunity to infections, immune dysfunction or triggering autoimmune issues.

The immune system is very closely connected to our cell energy powerhouses – the mitochondria – and how well they are working can also affect our immune system function. According to a growing body of research malfunctioning mitochondria is associated more and more with malfunctioning immune system functions.

This means that things that affect our energy can impact our immunity, too – from everything from susceptibility to viruses to autoimmune issues or conditions such as fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome or ME and chronic lyme.[/frm-condition]

Mental Clarity

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Very Good

You are a mental clarity master. Your superpowers lie in your ability to focus and get stuff done. Procrastination is not in your vocabulary. You are the person people turn to when they need to get something done or think through a difficult problem and find creative yet practical and sound solutions.

Your inner 'do-er' is alive and well and this can make you ultra effective at executing your life's vision and stay on track.[/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=cl1 greater_than="71.9" less_than="84.9 " ]


Your clarity and ability to focus and execute is generally good. You tend not to suffer from chronic procrastination although when under stress you may feel the temptation to put things off.

Your inner 'do-er' is generally in good shape, although when stressed you may tend to feel scattered or unfocused at times and find it harder to keep to a schedule.[/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=cl1 greater_than="59.9" less_than="71.9 " ]


You generally get the important things done but the main way stress affects you first is by making you tend to procrastinate or lose focus.

Stress may show up as brain fog for you too or as forgetting important tasks due to mental overwhelm or trouble sticking to a schedule, whether its for a work deadline or going to bed and waking up at the same time each day.

Now is the time to pay attention to this area so that you can think better under pressure and avoid the stress of procrastination, doing things last minute or feeling constantly rushed (which can lead to issues with Calm too) and losing a healthy sleep and wake up routine that can cause more issues in other areas too.[/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=cl1 less_than="59.9" ]


Maintaining focus and clarity tends to be a challenge. It can be very frustrating because this can lead to not being able to execute your life vision, not being able to complete things even when you really want to,or being labeled as unreliable.

It can also undermine self confidence in your own abilities and self-belief leading to issues with the MOOD category too. You may have trouble remembering daily routines, tasks, and commitments and following through, despite your best intentions and your memory for routine things gets worse under stress, more so than average.

This ‘stress forgetfulness’ often causes strain in relationships. Related to this area of focus and clarity are skills like the ability to stay organized – organizing your thoughts and your environment, which frees up mental headspace. If you tend towards these traits or can be a bit scattered, it is also very common to have lots of new ideas and a fast-paced mind.

While these are two things that can be a great asset for the creative process, on the flip side, they can see you starting many projects in the initial excitement phase but quickly becoming overwhelmed with the number of balls in the air. Sometimes, people find it hard to finish projects when stress forgetfulness makes following through more difficult.

If this is a challenging area, you may also find a hidden strength – being highly creative in some way – and you may also have the ability to hyperfocus on something you are passionate about, with the ability to tap into a very productive flow state with clear predictable routines and keeping bedtimes and wake up times constant even on weekends.[/frm-condition]


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Very High

Congrats you are a beacon of calm. You generally find it easy to unwind your nervous system and return to a state of cool, calm and collected even after a stressor or challenge revs you up temporarily. You generally don't let worries keep you up at night.

You are likely the person your friends come to for tips on how to stay calm under pressure. This is your superpower. To enhance these even more, try to become consciously aware of the things you already do to cultivate calm. This may be a habit or ritual you have already, like taking a bath a few times a week, or going to a yoga or meditation class.

It may be walking the dog each morning. You may take a supplement such as CBD or L theanine already as part of your wellness regimen, or avoid sugar. The more you become aware of how you are cultivating this superpower, the better you can use it to buffer a challenge area or hone it when times get tough.[/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=ca1 greater_than="71.9" less_than="84.9 " ]


Your ability to return to a state of calm in your body and mind is generally good. You don't tend to worry excessively.

If you do find stress is creeping in, you may want to do more of your favorite things you are doing already to enhance this resilience signature, such as a short meditation or relaxation practice or a daily walk outdoors.

Bringing attention to when you are doing well in this area can help you become even more 'consciously competent' and put you into the superpower range even when life gets stressful.[/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=ca1 greater_than="59.9" less_than="71.9 " ]


You may find that generally your stress and anxiety level feels pretty 'normal' but you that when a stressful situation or stressor occurs, your nervous system reacts quite strongly.

You may find it hard to wind back down easily-which may pop up as trouble getting to sleep, worry or physical symptoms like racing heart or feeling a bit of chest tightness or tension in your face or jaw.[/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=ca1 less_than="59.9 " ]


You may identify as having no 'off switch' being naturally quite highly strung by nature. You may only very rarely experience a state of total brain and body rest and calm wind down unless you are so exhausted that you 'crash' into sleep.

These tendencies are not 'bad' but need to be managed to avoid anxiety, toxic stress and burnout. For example, being a high achiever who is always on the go and perfectionistic can be very good for professional success.

Still, when it gets out of hand, it can lead to the inability to wind down and eventually lead to burnout or anxiety and can affect other resilience areas, especially energy in the case of burnout or mood and happiness in the case of perfectionism gone too far.

However, now that you are aware you have this tendency, you can learn how to dial things back down too for more balance and resilience.[/frm-condition]

Now you have your results, see what experiments you can try to improve your resilience.