Monday, April 5, 2010

Dysautonomia Tracker

Sorry for the delays in posting but, as you may have suspected, I have not been feeling well AT ALL. While I am not excited about that, I am excited about a new website that I have discovered that features a "dysautonomia tracker" that allows you to track all of your symptoms on a daily basis. And this is not your average symptom tracker...this one was obviously made by someone who knows something about dysautonomia. It has a huge range of symptoms to choose from that include things like pupil size, temperature problems, sleep quality, dizziness, fainting, headaches, muscle pain, stomach problems, and more. Very exciting! It has been useful to be able to see how my symptoms change on a semi-daily basis and how my activity changes as well (ie push-crash cycle). There is also a forum available, and multiple other trackers including sleep, pain, CFS, and many others. I think that it is something that many of you will find useful! Here is an example of the types of things that you can enter into your tracker (this is an excerpt of a tracker made by helpme5889). There is also a graph feature so that you can see how your activity level has changed over the month.


Miranda said...

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Jill said...

That is SO COOL! I'm absolutely thrilled.
Just found your blog via and found that through common links from other POTsies on Facebook.

Thank you so much!


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