The Top 5 Benefits of Using a Medication Calendar

For the majority of the medical conditions out there – whether acute or chronic – medication represents the standard treatment. Treatment adherence is an important objective for physicians of various specialties, as it can guarantee the partial/complete relief from symptoms and the return to regular health. People who suffer from chronic conditions or multiple illnesses Read more about The Top 5 Benefits of Using a Medication Calendar[…]

Treatment Tracker

Treatment Tracking Made for Everyone Health Treatment Tracker  CareClinic is a treatment tracker that can help manage any chronic condition or symptoms that one may be experiencing. CareClinic helps you take back control of your life.  CareClinic comes with many built-in features to kickstart your needs for trackings symptoms, medication and your overall treatment. Patient Read more about Treatment Tracker[…]

Tracking Your Mental Health

There are many reasons for using a mental health tracker can be beneficial for your health and wellness. Psychological conditions require you to continually monitor your health to manage and improve it.

The CareClinic mental health tracker app now has the capability to track your mood, pain, depression, anxiety built right into the app. These can be tracked as part of your daily vitals or can be added as symptoms to be tracked on a frequent basis.


Defining Mental Disorders

These can be defined by problems that people experience in their minds and feelings. The causes are not familiar but the symptoms are valid and should be managed like any other condition. The treatments usually involve psychotherapy or medicine prescribed by a psychiatrist.

The three major types of disorders are listed under three categories clinically, such as: Adult, Childhood and Personality disorders and many disorders fall in multiple categories.

The complete list of Adult Mental disorders that can be tracked are listed below:

  • Alcohol/Substance Abuse
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Adult Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD/ADD)
  • Bipolar Disorders such as Depressive Episode, Hypomanic Episode, and Manic Episode
  • Depression
  • Eating Disorders
  • Generalized Anxiety Disorders
  • Compulsive Disorder or OCD
  • Panic Disorder
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Schizophrenia
  • Seasonal Affective Disorder
  • Social Anxiety Phobia
  • You may track your sleep and wake disorders as well, such as Insomnia, Narcolepsy, Restless Legs.
  • Sexual Disorders may also be tracked


Using a Mood Tracker to Optimize Your Mood

Mood tracking is used for improving your mental health. The process is simple, you record your mood at set times throughout the day and then look at the results to find “triggers”. Triggers are things that could be causing you to have anxiety, clinical depression or other mood-related disorders. Aside from just figuring out what Read more about Using a Mood Tracker to Optimize Your Mood[…]


The CareTeam functionality is used for multiple reasons that can help patients and users keep everyone in a persons ‘circle of care’ informed and up to date. People in your circle of care are responsible for collecting, using, disclosing or handling your personal health information. It can include people such as physicians, nurses, specialists and others Read more about CareTeam[…]