Are You an 'Adrenaline Junkie?'

Some people are more drawn to excitement and drama than others

1. Coming home from a long day of work to a totally quiet house is:

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2. Your friendships and personal relationships tend to be characterized by:

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3. Despite promises to yourself, your To Do list is always longer than you can handle.

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6. Do you work best when you have a deadline you're trying to beat?

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7. When you have some quiet time to yourself, you generally:

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Are You an 'Adrenaline Junkie?'

You got: You Are Very Likely an Adrenaline Junkie!

I got You Are Very Likely an Adrenaline Junkie!. Are You an 'Adrenaline Junkie?'
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There are several subtle patterns that those hooked on stress and adrenaline tend to incorporate into their lives, either consciously or unconsciously, that keep stress levels high. This test focused on some of those factors, and it appears that you may be a secret adrenaline junkie after all!  

Some activities bring a real rush of excitement, but that excitement can contribute to higher stress levels overall, and can eventually feel overwhelming; it's something to be careful of.  You don't need to change everything about yourself to feel less stressed, but there are some things that you can change to create a healthier relationship with stress. Below are tips and resources for keeping your stress levels lower while maintaining an exciting life.

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Are You an 'Adrenaline Junkie?'

You got: You Might Be an Adrenaline Junkie – But Not a Big One

I got You Might Be an Adrenaline Junkie – But Not a Big One. Are You an 'Adrenaline Junkie?'
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There are several subtle patterns that those hooked on stress and adrenaline tend to incorporate into their lives, either consciously or unconsciously, that keep stress levels high. This test focused on some of those factors, and it appears that you may have some tendencies toward adrenaline and drama, but are more balanced than many, so this may not be affecting your life negatively. However, there may be significant room for improvement, as you could be creating unnecessary stress for yourself without realizing it.

Some of these adrenaline-producing activities can contribute to higher stress levels overall, which can eventually feel overwhelming, so it's something to be careful of. You don't need to change everything about yourself, but you can create a healthier relationship with stress. Below are tips and resources for keeping your stress levels lower while maintaining an exciting life.

THIS TOOL DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. It is intended for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical consultation, diagnosis or treatment.

Are You an 'Adrenaline Junkie?'

You got: You're Pretty Balanced, as Adrenaline Goes

I got You're Pretty Balanced, as Adrenaline Goes. Are You an 'Adrenaline Junkie?'
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There are several subtle patterns that those hooked on stress and adrenaline tend to incorporate into their lives, either consciously or unconsciously, that keep stress levels high. This test focused on some of those factors, and it appears that you are pretty balanced in your relationship with adrenaline and regular life – you aren't necessarily boring, but you don't appear to seek out drama or take unnecessary risks, either. You don't seem to require excessive adrenaline to get through the day.

That's good news, because some of these adrenaline-producing activities bring a real rush of excitement, but that excitement can contribute to higher stress levels overall, and those stress levels can eventually feel overwhelming, so it's something to be careful of. You don't need to change much, but it never hurts to learn more about stress management. Below are tips and resources for keeping your stress levels low and your life balanced.

THIS TOOL DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. It is intended for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical consultation, diagnosis or treatment.

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