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The #15minutes4me hashtag has garnered more than 1.4 million views as of Monday

TikTok users are flocking to an online stress test and have been sharing their results as part of a viral challenge.

The #15minutes4me hashtag has garnered more than 1.4 million views as of Monday and is filled with video clips where users reveal their reported stress, depression and anxiety levels. Each video is set to “Train Wreck” from British pop singer James Arthur’s second album “Back from the Edge.”

The song’s repeated line of “Pull me out” can be heard when the video transitions from user selfies to each person’s results.

TikTokkers are putting their videos together after they complete a free 26-question test on 15minutes4me.com.

The website describes its services as a “daily self-help program” that is aimed to help people manage stress, anxiety, fatigue, burn-out or depression.

When its free test is completed, three scales are displayed to show a person’s calculated stress, depression and anxiety scores out of 100%.

A significant number of users who have shared their videos under the #15minutes4me hashtag appear to have scores that are higher than 50%.

In recent years, multiple studies and surveys have suggested that younger generations are facing mental health challenges.

For example, a recent survey titled “Millennials, Gen Z and mental health” from accounting firm Deloitte suggests 44% of Millennials “feel anxious or stressed all or most of the time” compared to 48% of Gen Z.

Aside from receiving scores on three mental health categories, the 15minutes4me.com results also offers bulleted tips on how to improve their lives, which could include getting more sleep, starting new habits and more.

Some TikTokkers expressed their appreciation for this feature or made it a point to say that their posts are meant to spread awareness.

“Always check up on people, you never know who needs it the most,” one user wrote. “You don’t know what people are going through.”

TikTok users are flocking to an online stress test and have been sharing their results as part of a viral challenge.

The #15minutes4me hashtag has garnered more than 1.4 million views as of Monday and is filled with video clips where users reveal their reported stress, depression and anxiety levels. Each video is set to “Train Wreck” from British pop singer James Arthur’s second album “Back from the Edge.”

The song’s repeated line of “Pull me out” can be heard when the video transitions from user selfies to each person’s results.

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TikTokkers are putting their videos together after they complete a free 26-question test on 15minutes4me.com.

The website describes its services as a “daily self-help program” that is aimed to help people manage stress, anxiety, fatigue, burn-out or depression.

When its free test is completed, three scales are displayed to show a person’s calculated stress, depression and anxiety scores out of 100%.

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A significant number of users who have shared their videos under the #15minutes4me hashtag appear to have scores that are higher than 50%.

TikTok users have a created a trend where people are sharing their results from an online stress test. (iStock)

In recent years, multiple studies and surveys have suggested that younger generations are facing mental health challenges.

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For example, a recent survey titled “Millennials, Gen Z and mental health” from accounting firm Deloitte suggests 44% of Millennials “feel anxious or stressed all or most of the time” compared to 48% of Gen Z.

Aside from receiving scores on three mental health categories, the 15minutes4me.com results also offers bulleted tips on how to improve their lives, which could include getting more sleep, starting new habits and more.

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Some TikTokkers expressed their appreciation for this feature or made it a point to say that their posts are meant to spread awareness.

“Always check up on people, you never know who needs it the most,” one user wrote. “You don’t know what people are going through.”

Complete the questions honestly and choose the answer options that suit you right now.

What feeling do you most want more of in your life?

Happy

Quiet

Vibrant

Self-confident

Relaxed

Energetic

Satisfied

Relax

Safe

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/26

: I found it hard to wind down.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

2

/26

: I was aware of dryness of my mouth.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

3

/26

: I couldn’t seem to experience any positive feeling at all.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

4

/26

: I experienced breathing difficulty (eg, excessively rapid breathing, breathlessness).

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

5

/26

: I found it difficult to work up the initiative to do things.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

6

/26

: I tended to over-react to the situations.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

7

/26

: I experienced trembling (eg, in the hands).

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

8

/26

: I felt that I was using a lot of nervous energy.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

9

/26

: I was worried about situations in which I might panic and make a fool of myself.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

10

/26

: I felt that I had nothing to look forward to.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

11

/26

: I found myself getting agitated.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

12

/26

: I found it difficult to relax.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

13

/26

: I felt down-hearted and blue.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

14

/26

: I was intolerant of anything that kept me from getting on with what I was doing.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

15

/26

: I felt I was close to panic.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

16

/26

: I was unable to become enthusiastic about anything.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

17

/26

: I felt I wasn’t worth much as a person.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

18

/26

: I felt I was rather touchy.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

19

/26

: I was aware of the action of my heart in the absence of physical exertion (eg. sense of heart beat).

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

20

/26

: I felt scared without any good reason.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

21

/26

: I felt that life was meaningless.

Not at all

At some degree or some of the time

A considerable degree or a good part of time

Very much, or most of the time

22

/26

: What problem do you want to work on first?

Stress

Fatigue

Depression

Anxiety

Worrying

Uncertainty

Burnout

Insomnia

Tinnitus

23

/26

: What do you want to achieve above all else?

Rest

Relaxation

Energy

Joy of life

Self-confidence

Satisfaction

Safety

24

/26

: What is your gender?

Male

Female

X

25

/26

: What year were you born?

26

/26

: Do you think the self-help program ’15Minutes4Me.com’ could be a useful tool for you?

Yes, I would imagine so.

I don’t know yet, because I don’t know you enough.

No, I’m sure it won’t be.

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