ME Diary Smart Phone App provides a versatile tool for those affected by Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) to help manage activity, exhaustion and symptoms, including personalized symptoms.
The application will help you find your activity baseline as quickly as possible. The App can then assist you to monitor these levels while helping you slowly increase your baseline in a structured and safe manner.
The main functions of the ME Diary include:
- Calculating a working Activity Baseline to give an individual guide for reducing boom and bust patterns
- Monitoring exhaustion and any number of ME/CFS related symptoms the individual would like to include
- A daily record of energy domains to promote Activity Switching
- The ability to generate a measurable report in the form of an email, that can be reviewed and acted upon by health and medical professionals
- The ability to add a daily comment to add qualitative aspects including thoughts and feelings to your reports
- The ability to download and share individual graphs and archive data
The diary works as a visual learning tool and includes six easy to read graphs and a coloured chart to give a quick reference for current activity, rest and sleep levels.
The ME Diary has a unique system for inputting data using the latest touch screen technology. Using this system the diary takes only a few minutes to complete every day.
All data new and old can be stored on the smart phone SD card to be easily accessed when needed; for example when visiting your allied health professional or general practitioner.
The ME/CFS Diary Smart Phone App is suitable for: Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Fibromyalgia, Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis and or Lyme disease. Or any condition in which exhaustion/fatigue is a dominant factor affecting daily activity with multiple occurring symptoms.
The application is currently available to download for Apple and Android Smart Phone devices (including the Kindle and Kindle HD). We are developing the application as an online tool accessed via this web site. Check back to see progress or follow us on Twitter and Facebook.