Mood Tracker by Tyneside is another simple tracking app, but it focuses solely on your mood. It has you rate your current mood on a simple 1 to 10 scale as many times a day as you feel like it. You can then add notes about that particular rating in a simple journal entry. The tracking will show your high and low for each day, and you can view a week at a time.
Mood Tracker App Review: Daylio
Since finding out if there is a pattern to your moods and symptoms is such an important first step in diagnosing, mood tracker apps could be beneficial in establishing a pattern. Mood tracking is documenting your emotions day to day to see if there is any kind of noticeable pattern. An app is a very convenient way to do this and there are dozens, if not hundreds, of apps available for both Android and Apple systems.
Different apps approach mood tracking from different angles, and you might want to try a few if you are trying to narrow down a trigger or environmental influence. Daylio is a mood tracker that keeps is simple and versatile. It’s based around a daily micro-diary concept with a simple mood scale and activity tracking.
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