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Re: Mood charts to assess meds/condition Ponder

Posted by katia on August 29, 2003, at 14:03:11

In reply to Mood charts to assess meds/condition katia, posted by Ponder on August 28, 2003, at 17:44:04

HI Ron,
Thanks for your input. I do need to do this, but it's so tedious and hard to do everday. I hate to scruntinize myself so much. It feels like it makes things worse; but i know in the end it make things better by helping assess stuff.
And at the end of the day, you know what my mood chart always says? I'm moody as h***. YEs, we already know that. Is the med working? I think I can get a general idea if I'm evening out or not. Apart from that how have you found mood charts to be helpful?

>>I have had difficulty adhering to the standard chart, but I keep a journal in which I record my weight and how much I sleep each day as well as some notation of my mood or the events of the day and how I reacted. I think that if all I did was track my weight and sleep, it would still give a much better picture of things than I could yield by memory




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