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Medication Tracker

vs our electronic medical log
Printable vs our electronic medical log

Not just another Medicine Organizer App

Tracking your medication intake is the single most important thing you can do to recovery from any condition or symptoms you may be going through. Skipping a dose or worse yet not remembering can have detrimental consequences on your health and even other’s around you. If a dose is skipped or forgotten, it can throw your treatment into limbo and you may need to consult your primary care provider to assist you in determining how to get back on track.

However, there is a solution, a simple way to remain on track and remember if you have taken your medication or not and how it made you feel and what symptoms you experienced through taking the medication stack prescribed to you. The solution if it doesn’t seem obvious, is TrackMyStack. Below we will show you how our simple app let’s you manage your pain, anxiety, stress, mood, and helps you save your thoughts in a log which can be exported or printed and presented to your care giver, clearly showing the pills you took (the adherence to it), the exact time, the symptoms you felt and an arbitrary description of how you are or anything else you would like to note.

On top of this, you can do this for as many different conditions, symptoms, or health goals you may have all for free. It is absolutely amazing to discover a pattern which can change your life for the better. There is a saying that you can not improve that you cannot measure — at least in some way. Once you realize the and notice the difference (and perhaps get over the burden of recording your daily activities in the log, you can rest easy knowing — you are taking everything in your power to improve your health).

A stack is inherently designed in such a way that you can’t just “record your mood or anxiety”, the medication tracking component or “Stacking” aspect inherently makes you take ACTION against your symptom or condition. It does not need to be drugs, or symptoms, but the creation of a stack is necessary to record your progress. Below we will quickly show you a few screenshots on how to go about record taking your medication in 3 simple steps.

Step 1 – Get Started

Involves creating a stack, you select your goal, describe it and add any supplements or medications or therapies involved in your treatment. You should look at a stack as a virtual “medicine organizer” that will keep things simple for you and even let people that care about you quickly check up on your adherence levels remotely over the internet. See below:

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Step 2 – Quickly Fill Your Stack

Involves typing in your supplements, prescription/OTC medicine, or anything you would like to track. We help you auto fill your pills, saving you time and also give you a recommendation and select the unit of measurement, so inputting and getting started is as painless as possible. A recent addition also provides recommendations based on existing treatments/stacks on what you can add to your stack that is effective for existing patients. Even though we provide the example with supplements, drugs, patches, drops, ointments, injections, herbal, vitamin, diet supplement and anything else you are doing can be added.

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Step 3 – Recording Entries

We are working on an android and apple apps that will remind you to take your medicine at the right times. The screenshot below skips the first part of the log where you can write your notes about taking this dose, however, it does how how you can record a multitude of other things such as your energy levels, focus, memory and mood. By default all medicine in the stack is set to on to speed up the process of making a post.

Once the entry is saved it can be viewed on your StackLog which shows your Adherence level and your notes, and not included in this entry is how you may also attach an image to your medication log.

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The Output of the Medicine Schedule

The medicine schedule can be printed and looks great. It can be better than typing it out in excel or spending time making your own chart, and this way you can quickly edit or modify it whenever and from wherever. You can further make it and easily share it with your health provider as well, you can even ask your pharmacist or care provider to make the schedule or chart stack for you and put it in private mode if you think that is a better option. Below is what the chart looks like once it has been created, keep in mind this is not the stackLog which keeps a record of when you took your medication.

medicine chart

We make it easy for you to learn more about the supplement or drug you may be taking, we also allow you if it’s a supplement and legal allow you to buy it from a high quality reliable source online. Additionally if you feel like someone else’s stack makes sense for your health goal, and there are no interactions with your existing stack (as confirmed by preferably a pharmacist), you can order the stack directly from Amazon with the click of a button.

The Result of using us a Pill Reminder App

The graphs that are generated as mentioned earlier provide a comprehensive way to quickly understand what is causing your symptoms, aside from you printing out this medical log for your doctor, you may also get comments and recommendations from the community who is going through the exact same thing as you. The online version can fully be utilized as an app as the site is mobile friendly. One main thing to keep in mind is the fact that the site is more than just a simple pill tracking or medicine reminder app. The site will help you remember what you need to take, it will record the progress of your treatment to measure effectiveness, but it will also work to help you learn more about yourself and your treatment via graphs, charts, logs, images and via the community. In conclusion TrackMyStack can be referred to as a simple Health Tracker for managing conditions and symptoms to not only dose safely but also to validate it’s effectiveness. It is perfect for children, adults and especially the elderly. We hope it helps you become a better you. To get started, click here.