Pain management is an important and efficient way to understand and improve your pain relief journey.
There are a number of small to large apps available online to help or assist you during the long journey. The apps help you to track, record, or even come up with pain management lessons and meditations. There are apps that help you to emotionally support by maintaining a social platform for the patients where they can chat with people with the same condition.
The article will help you to understand some of the best pain management apps in the online world.
My Pain Diary
This customizable pain management app is designed to help people who suffer from chronic pain. The app is reportedly said to be founded by a chronic pain patient who went through the suffering experiences of chronic pain.
The app is developed with the feature of sending the tracked data, color coding for easy reading, gathering weather reports automatically, tracking the medication, appointment reminders, etc.
My pain diary helps you to track Fibromyalgia, Migraines, Crohn’s, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Back Pain, RSD / CRPS, Anxiety, Depression, and more. The app is built with a color code calendar to understand your progress easily and quickly.
The app helps people to understand their pain relief journey by evaluating the details in the app record. You can either directly analyze the report or take a pdf of the reports and graph for further treatments.
Pain Scale Pain Diary And Coach
The free ios pain management app has been developed with hundreds of articles and health information for the patients. The app includes articles about health, exercise, treatment programs, etc from various trusted medical resources.
The app developers claim that the app is developed with the assistance of both physicians and patients for better understanding the users and aiding them.
The app helps you to track pain, treatments, mood, sleep, medication, etc.
Pain Scale app also comes with an Apple health kit and pain diary to record your pain relief journey
The simple and interactive design of the app has made the app easy and effective to be used by the patients.
Mindfulness daily app is provided with daily lessons, practical resources, and also apple health integration. The app includes reminders to complete the practices effectively
My Opioid Manager
My opioid pain manager is a care tool for health care providers to effectively manage patients with chronic noncancer pain problems. The free app helps opioid patients to track the medication, pain diary, and also informative lessons on opioids and other pains.
Webmd comes up with a variety of lessons for the patients for better health and pain management.
The lessons are based on topics like exercise, eating, moods, treatment, etc. you can have access to various news, videos related to health topics.
The app helps to locate the body pain, track and record the symptoms and triggers. The inbuilt symptom checker in the app helps you to understand what might be the cause of the symptom or potential condition.
Flaredown is one of the highly customized and personalized apps to track and record your information, illness, treatment, symptoms, etc.
The app helps patients to track their pain relief journey and find the factor that could be triggering the pain. This helps the patient to better understand and more curated treatment.
The app allows you to update your daily diary or report to help you track back your previous histories.
The interesting part of Flaredown is that it shows colored graphs after adding your daily reports and once having enough data to show to it. The function helps you to understand the type of pain and the amount of pain you had these days. This will help you to understand the condition of your pain relief journey.
Flaredown comes with a chat tab where you can post or ask or respond to the questions of other Flaredown members. This function helps to have a little connection with the other patients through emojis and text replies.
iBeatPain For Teens
iBeatPain app is specially designed for teens who suffer from chronic pain at a young age. The app is the product of the Mayo Clinic Centre for Innovation which focuses on home therapies that can be used for pain management.
The platform includes different types of exercises, relaxation techniques, regular sleep, school participation, and self-care basics including hygiene and water drinking habits.
The app presents you with a discussion board where you can add photos, videos, and quotes.
MyFibroTeam app helps people with fibromyalgia by connecting them with people with the same condition through social networking.
The social fibromyalgia app allows you to update your daily pain relief journey status, follow people, like, comment, Q &A etc.
The app helps you mentally cope with your fibromyalgia problems by socially engaging you with other patients. The app aims to support the patients emotionally and is built with a Q &A section.
Having a companion in your pain management journey might help you to maintain your treatment more effectively. Online pain management apps have a huge role in helping patients in their whole journey. They help you to track your treatment, symptoms, medications, and many more, helping you to understand the problems and improvements in the whole journey.
The above apps are some of the popular and best-listed apps which help you to track, record, and analyze your pain management journey. You can go through the pros and cons and descriptions to choose the best and most suitable and affordable apps for your pain management journey. It is always good to have a companion or assist when it comes to pain management.
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