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Furthermore, depressive- like reaction states seem to be a component of the risk factors for a variety of illnesses including myocardial infarction. Anxiety, on the other hand, seems to be a fairly constant feature in the subjective response to environmental stress and has well known physiological arousal aspects. There are now available extensively used and validated mental health tests which most commonly measure 21 degrees of depression and anxiety at both sub-clinical and at full clinical levels of severity.