Personal Mood Chart Journal

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Personal Mood Chart Journal

Authored by Joshua Strapac

What is a Personal Mood Chart Journal? A Mood Charting Journal is a personal information record which allows you to keep track of your daily health. The journal allows you to record thoughts, symptoms, medicines, sleep patterns and information about any medical conditions or illness. Some therapists recommend maintaining a journal or a mood chart journal. What is Mood Charting? Mood Charting is the act of charting your personal health either electronically or paper based for self-help purposes. You can track your health electronically through A mood chart has several useful purposes, one of which is to provide your therapists with an actual record of your moods and how they varied over a period of time. Mood charting is a good way to record events chronologically and will help you report your mood and symptoms to your therapists more efficiently. After a few months, the mood chart can be a useful tool for looking into the future. Once you begin to track your mood and become accustomed to the chart, you will see how easy the chart is to complete and how it will assist in tracking your health. Is this journal for me? Tracking your health on a daily basis provides you a chronological history of your health which will allow you to improve your ability to determine whether a recommended action(s) is/are having the intended results. Having a long history of tracked health can give you a richer picture of your own health. If you have manic depression, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, sleeping disorders, headaches, or any other illness/condition you should talk to your professional (Dr/Therapist) about keeping a personal mood chart journal.

Publication Date:
1479246379 / 9781479246373
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8.5" x 11"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Self-Help / Mood Disorders / General

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