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HEALTHMINDER Personal Wellness Journal (a.k.a MemoryMinder Personal Health Journal) Health Diary and Symptoms Log Spiral-bound – March 30, 2009
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Part One - Getting Started has an introduction, tips for using your HealthMinder, and symptoms glossary. Part Two - Daily Record of Conditions & Habits has journal pages for 95 days. Part Three - Additional Health Records has personal medical history, medical tests, insurance and pharmacies, healthcare providers, purchase record, notes and questions, reference calendar, and other journals and reorder form. At the end of the journal is a vinyl utility pocket that you can put records or whatever in.
This is a very well-thought out, organized, and thorough journal. In the daily record of conditions and habits, each day is spread over two pages.
The first page has a space for the date, day, today's weather (hi/low/and conditions;) AM/PM for: weight, temperature, blood pressure, and sugar level. Also included is: hours slept last night (number of hours, sound or restless;) naps taken today (how many, total hours;) drugs/medications (AM/PM, quantity, description, strength;) vitamins/herbs (AM/PM, quantity, description, strength;) physical activity (activity, hours/min;) pain/discomfort/skin changes to be marked on a figure of a man front and back (I put x's where I have pain and symptoms on the figure;) a pain scale to note next to the figure of where you marked pain and symptoms (1-2 mild, 3-5 moderate, 6-8 intense, 9-10 severe;) and In general today I felt: good/fair/poor.
The second page has today's conditions and symptoms where you explain your conditions or symptoms in the following areas: ears/eyes/nose, mouth/throat, head/neck/back, shoulders/arms/hands, chest/heart, respiratory system, digestive system, hips/legs/feet, male/female organs, skin, mood, and other. There's also a section that you record what you eat, drink, and anything else you monitor intake of (fat, calories, sodium, sugar, protein, etc;) breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks, and you can total up whatever it is you are monitoring in column A and column B. There is also a comments section for you to mention anything else.
I get good use out of daily monitoring my health, and I am so glad I found this journal to make it easy. I thought I was just going to have to write stuff down in a notebook, but this has everything that I need in an easy to use and easy to see (for tracking) format. I highly recommend this journal for anyone that needs to keep track of their health for any reason. Good luck, and thank you for reading my review.