How do you feel today? MedHelp's free Mood Tracker / Mood Chart helps users keep track of daily mood changes on an easy-to-read interactive chart. You can also keep a journal or diary detailing how you're feeling each day.
For users looking for more advanced mood tracking, you can track symptoms associated with the various mood disorders as defined by the DSM-IV, including major depressive, bipolar, cyclothymic, ADD / ADHD, or dysthymic disorder. You can also track your medications, including Prozac, Paxil, Zoloft and Lithium, as well as any treatments you're undergoing such as therapy.
Mood Tracker Benefits
Quickly track your general mood - excellent, good, okay, bad, horrible. Also supports manic and depressed for Major Depressive and Bipolar Disorders.
Track your hourly mood changes.
View a trend of your mood over time.
Keep a diary or journal of daily events affecting your mood.
Track symptoms associated with major depressive and bipolar disorders.
Track medications and treatments, including benzodiazepines, carbamazepines, herbal treatments, therapy and more.
Share your mood tracker or view other mood trackers to provide and receive support and feedback.
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