providing insight into the mental wellbeing of the global population.
What is Mental Wellbeing and What Does the MHQ Tell You?
Mental wellbeing is the ability to handle life and its various stresses and challenges. The MHQ is therefore a snapshot of your self-perception along various dimensions of mental function that determine your mental wellbeing. It is not a measure of happiness or life satisfaction. You could, for example, be experiencing very difficult or sad circumstances in your life but nonetheless have all the capabilities to cope as best as one could, and therefore have a high level of mental wellbeing.
Your MHQ Score and Report
Overall MHQ Score
The MHQ will automatically provide you with a composite mental wellbeing score when you have answered all the questions. You can also request an optional report with sub scores along six dimensions of mental health along with explanations and recommendations by providing your email.
Scores across 6 dimensions of mental health
The six dimensions of mental health in the MHQ
Mood and Outlook: Your ability to manage and regulate your emotions effectively and to have a constructive or optimistic outlook for the future.
Social Self: How you interact with, relate to and see yourself with respect to others.
Drive and Motivation: Your ability to work towards achieving your desired goals and to initiate, persevere and complete activities in your daily life.
Cognition: Your ability to perform basic cognitive functions, make sense of complex sets of events and situations and display a longer-term perspective in your thoughts and behavior.
Adaptability & Resilience: Your ability to shift your behaviour and outlook in response to changing circumstances and cope with the challenges and setbacks that you encounter.
Mind-Body Connection: The regulation of the balance between your mind and body.
Your MHQ Score
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