An app for people with migraines and headaches, to track their symptoms, triggers and treatment.
|Headache Diary Lite||By Froggyware|
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|Available from||Google Play|
|Cost||Free (basic); paid upgrade|
What does the app do?
This app allows users to keep track of their headaches or migraines by recording the date, duration, type of headache, severity and location of the pain, causes, effects of the headache, medication taken and responses to it.
For the complete app description, go to Google Play (android).
|✔ Reasonably quick and easy-to-use.
✔ Data can be viewed as various types of graphs (paid version allows more graph options).
✔ Includes a Knowledge Base section with basic information on types of headaches, and interpretation of the app’s pain scale.
|✘ No customisation of lists such as medications, causes etc (paid version allows some customisation).
✘ Medication list includes US-based names that may not be recognisable to New Zealanders.
✘ Not available for iPhones/iPads
✘ No education component or information about self-care.
✘ App does not record details such as associated symptoms (e nausea etc), auras, prodromes, or non-medication treatments.
✘ Only 10 headache/migraines can be recorded (paid version allows more records)
✘ Free version has advertising; paid version is ad-free
Privacy and security
Date of review: August 2017
Platform reviewed: Android
App version: 3.40
This app has been reviewed by other independent websites:
Migraines Practical Apps 1
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The following references relate to articles about apps for headaches and migraines:
- Hundert AS, Huguet A, McGrath PJ, et al. Commercially Available Mobile Phone Headache Diary Apps: A Systematic Review. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth. 2014 Aug 19;2(3):e36.
- Mosadeghi-Nik M, Askari MS, Fatehi F. Mobile health (mHealth) for headache disorders: A review of the evidence base. J Telemed Telecare. 2016 Dec;22(8):472-477.
- Huguet A, Stinson J, Mackay B et al. Bringing psychosocial support to headache sufferers using information and communication technology: lessons learned from asking potential users what they want. Pain Res Manag. 2014 Jan-Feb;19(1):e1-8.