A Journal that Helps You Take Control of Your Health
The Six Month Health Tracking Journal is an intensive journal that comes with everything included in the One Year journal but also comes with daily pages with prompts for sleep quality, spoon log, a food journal, mental health check in, end of day reflection, and more.
- See your health on paper
- Notice trends and triggers
- Prioritize your health
- Understand your health and body
- Have all your records in one place
- No more self-denial
- Stop being unbelieved by doctors
- Finally understand your diagnosis
- Take back your life
- Be more than your illness
Monthly Tracking & Review
- Mind and Body Monthly Review
- Mind and Body Monthly Look Ahead
- Health at a Glance - Health Overview
- Gratitude Lists
- Symptoms Tracker
- Vitals Graph
- Calendars for Planning
A Companion for Your Health Journey
Never walk into an appointment alone or empty handed again. Be prepared for new appointments. Have your medical history in one place. Have proof that your illness is real and symptoms are severe.
Daily Health Tracking:
Count your spoons and rate your energy level
Sleep and Symptom Log
Prompts for sleep review and notes on symptoms
Priority and Activity List
Determine your top priorities and record your daily activities
RX, Food and Water Log
Keep track of what your meds, diet, drink and water intake
Mental Health Check In
Take time to check in with how you are really doing
End of Day Review
Prompts for gratitude, daily recap, and making tomorrow better
Inside the Journal
Record your health over the years. Space to keep track of the diagnosis, dates, treatments, symptoms, and more.
Keep notes on lab tests, supplements, treatment sessions, and more. Space for: reason for treatment, refferal, and more.
Use the entries to prepare for your appointment and take notes. Refer back to notes at any time.
Reflect on the month that's just passed and look forward to the month to come. Split into mind and body.
Use to track symptoms, habits, events and more. Tick off with each occurrence. Create unique symbols for severity, etc.
Track your vital health indicators: sleep, pain level, energy level, and activity level. See correlations and trends.
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