Social Wellbeing

Social wellbeing is a sense of involvement with people and communities, including friends, family or colleagues. Maintaining strong and lasting social bonds is vital to your overall sense of wellbeing. Actively engaging and interacting with others has also been shown to have a positive impact on your physical and mental health too. These questions are intended to give an indication of your overall sense of social wellbeing and happiness.

1.
How much would you say the following describes how happy you feel about life?
I consider myself to be a happy person – I look at the past with gladness, look to the future with hope and enjoy and cherish the present.

Strongly<br/>disagreeStrongly disagree

Disagree<br/>somewhatDisagree somewhat

Neither agree<br/>or disagreeNeither agree or disagree

Agree<br/>somewhatAgree somewhat

Strongly<br/>agreeStrongly agree

2.
How much do you agree with the following statement?
I have long and short term goals that I am working towards and that give me a sense of purpose. I celebrate past successes and feel a sense of achievement.

Strongly<br/>disagreeStrongly disagree

Disagree<br/>somewhatDisagree somewhat

Neither agree<br/>or disagreeNeither agree or disagree

Agree<br/>somewhatAgree somewhat

Strongly<br/>agreeStrongly agree

3.
How much do you agree with the following statement?
I am focused on and feel engaged with my daily activities (work, hobbies, tasks, etc.) and truly enjoy and care about what I am doing.

Strongly<br/>disagreeStrongly disagree

Disagree<br/>somewhatDisagree somewhat

Neither agree<br/>or disagreeNeither agree or disagree

Agree<br/>somewhatAgree somewhat

Strongly<br/>agreeStrongly agree

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Physical Wellbeing

Physical wellbeing relates to how healthy you are. There’s no single measure which covers your complete physical health, but a sustainable, healthy lifestyle is one of the simplest ways you can improve your overall sense of wellbeing. For example, regular exercise has been shown to have a positive impact on your emotional health. These questions measure a number of important indicators of your overall physical health.

4.
Please indicate your height and weight to calculate your BMI.
5.
How frequently do your meals contain a healthy balance of elements.
(e.g. contains fruit, vegetables, protein, healthy fats and carbohydrates and lacks in alcohol excess, highly processed, sugary and salty foods)?

NeverNever

RarelyRarely

OccasionallyOccasionally

Very oftenVery often

Every timeEvery time

6.
Please use the sliding scale below to indicate how many hours of physical exercise (physical exertion to the point you're out of breath) you get per week.

0 hrs0 hrs

2.5 hrs<br/>(not enough)2.5 hrs (not enough)

2.5 - 10 hrs<br/>(enough)2.5 - 10 hrs (enough)

10 hrs+<br/>(more than enough)10 hrs+ (more than enough)

7.
Please use the sliding scale below to estimate the number of cigarettes you have smoked over the past month.

00

Less than<br/>20Less than 20

Less than<br/>100Less than 100

100+100+

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Emotional Wellbeing

Emotional wellbeing relates to your psychological and emotional health. It’s much more than your moment-to-moment sense of happiness, but a broader concept of your overall psychological health. Lots of factors go into influencing your emotional wellbeing, and it can have a significant impact on many other parts of your life. These questions are designed to measure some of the most important factors that can influence your emotional wellbeing.

8.
Do you feel your lifestyle involves frequent travel due to work or personal commitments?

NeverNever

RarelyRarely

OccasionallyOccasionally

Very oftenVery often

Every timeEvery time

9.
How often do you wake up feeling you've had a good night's sleep?

NeverNever

RarelyRarely

OccasionallyOccasionally

Very oftenVery often

Every timeEvery time

10.
How much do you agree with the following statement?
I feel in control of the amount of stress in my life and it rarely gets to me

Strongly<br/>disagreeStrongly disagree

Disagree<br/>somewhatDisagree somewhat

Neither agree<br/>or disagreeNeither agree or disagree

Agree<br/>somewhatAgree somewhat

Strongly<br/>agreeStrongly agree

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