Holmes and Rahe stress scale

In the 1960s, two psychiatrists, Thomas Holmes and Richard Rahe, developed a scale of 43 life events that determine the risk of disease for people who had difficult events in the last year. Everyone can see that there is a risk of developing a disease as a result of stress. Just count the scores for stressors that you experienced over the past year and add them up to know a statistical probability of developing the disease over the next two years.

1.Mark the events that took place in the last year.