Mental State Tracker

The Mental State Tracker is designed to track your general demeanor, stress levels, and mood stability along side the more physical aspects of your chronic condition. Pain can often cause stress and depression, but stress and depression can also cause pain. So these two aspects are very intertwined with one another.

This Tracker will help you better judge the impact your pain is having on your mental well being. This data can then be incorporated into your overall chronic pain management strategy with your doctor.

Diary Entry Input

The Mental State tracker is very easy to use. Just move the three sliders to record your current mental state along 3 metrics.

The first metric is your overall mood or demeanor. Are you feeling happy or is it one of those blah kind of days?

Second, record how much stress you’re feeling at the moment. Are you relaxed and calm or are you having mini panic attacks because of your pain or a problem at work. Just slide the indicator to approximate your stress level.

Finally, use the last slider to indicate how stable you feel your mood is. Have you been flipping between happy and sad all day, or have you felt the same all day?

Summary Report Graph Samples

Mood vs Time

This graph shows your Mood history in Blue. This is overlaid with the reported pain intensity levels for the same period, shown in red.

You can use this graph to look for any degree of correlation between your pain and mood.

Pain Level vs Mood

This chart aggregates the data from all Diary Entries during the reporting period that included a Mental State and Pain Intensity level tracker. For each mood category, the graph shows the range of pain levels reported and the average of those reportings as the green horizontal line.

This type of graph can be used to infer correlations between your mood and pain intensity.

Stress Level vs Time

This graph shows your Stress history in Blue. This is overlaid with the reported pain intensity levels for the same period, shown in red.

You can use this graph to look for any degree of correlation between your pain and stress levels.

Pain Level vs Stress

This chart aggregates the data from all Diary Entries during the reporting period that included a Mental State and Pain Intensity level tracker. For each Stress category, the graph shows the range of pain levels reported and the average of those reportings as the green horizontal line.

This type of graph can be used to infer correlations between your Stress Level and pain intensity.

Mood Stability vs Time

This graph shows your Mood Stability history in Blue. This is overlaid with the reported pain intensity levels for the same period, shown in red.

You can use this graph to look for any degree of correlation between your pain and Mood Stability.

Pain Level vs Mood Stability

This chart aggregates the data from all Diary Entries during the reporting period that included a Mental State and Pain Intensity level tracker. For each mood category, the graph shows the range of pain levels reported and the average of those reportings as the green horizontal line.

This type of graph can be used to infer correlations between your mood stability and pain intensity.