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Migraine triggers and diary

Curelator Inc.

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.4 • 433 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Take the guesswork out of managing your migraine. In addition to finding out what may trigger your migraine attacks, you will discover what factors may protect you and what is likely not to be associated with your migraine.

You’ll gain a deeper understanding of how to self-manage migraine within 90 days by spending just five minutes a day tracking days with and without headache.
You will get instant access to your data from the first day you track. You can share your Personal Analytical Report with your healthcare provider so that together you can discuss best treatment options for you.

*NEW - Now available to all users*
Optional Factors - Make your daily tracking customizable by enabling or disabling factors that may affect migraine from a predefined list. You can also add other personal factors, such as suspected triggers, you’d like to track. Build your own customized tracking list.


*Daily Diary*
In just 5 minutes or less a day, track your activities, habits, moods, sleep cycle, and more to easily identify factors that may be associated with your migraine. Early identification can help you make lifestyle changes that may reduce the impact of migraine on your life.

*Personal Analytical Report*
Get to know your migraine and manage it better as it changes over time. You can do this by getting instant access - at any time - to your Personal Analytical Report, which comes in a PDF format. It’s easy to read and provides information about your migraine activity and pain level progression over time. Share the report with your healthcare provider, so together you can make changes that may help you reduce or avoid migraine attacks.

*Medication tracking*
Set up a list of medications or treatments used for your headache, migraine or other conditions. This will help you to track your treatments easily during your daily tracking.

*My Data*
See graphical and tabular summaries of your data. Here are the tools:
* Summary - Get an overview of the number of days tracked vs. days not tracked. See how many pain-free days you’ve had along with how many migraine and other headache events you’ve experienced.
* Midas - Shows your MIDAS score based on registration questions about the number of days (work, school, leisure, etc.) you’ve missed due to your migraine.
* Monthly - Here you can find out if your disability score is changing month to month.
* Time-Period Comparison – you can compare the frequency and severity of your migraine attacks over different time periods, for example if you started a sleep management program, you can compare the before and after you took it.


#1 Feature No Other App Offers
*Individual Maps*
Discover factors associated with increased or decreased risk of a migraine attack or that are not associated with your attacks at all.
* Trigger Map™
* Protector Map™
* No Association Map
Think you know what your triggers are? Enter them in the Suspected Trigger Map and compare them with the results of the Individual Maps after 90 days.

Key Features
Individual Maps
Trigger Map®
Protector Map®
No Association Map
Suspected Trigger Map
Insufficient Data Map
Customizing Factors in your Daily Diary
Optional Factors: Take away the factors you don’t want to track
Custom Factors: Add other, personal factors you want to track
Personal Analytical Report
Monthly Summary
Headache Calendar
Menstruation Diary (where applicable)
Medication Use Summary
Monthly Migraine-related Disability Score
Trigger Map®
Protector Map®
No Association Map
Suspected Trigger Map
Insufficient Data Map
Treatments - medications and other
Headache Calendar - all headache days and migraine days
Daily Diary
Daily Reminder - set the time you want to be reminded to track
My Data
Monthly Disability Score
Menstruation Calendar (where applicable)
Time Period Comparison

What’s New

Version 3.0.2

Minor bugfixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
433 Ratings

433 Ratings

tiredofenteringnucknames ,

Almost perfect

This app has many great qualities not found another apps and works like a detective in the background figuring out what your triggers are. Unfortunately it has a huge flaw: it won’t let you enter any information about what you ate did or other potential triggers for more than two days in the past.
When you have migraines, sometimes you aren’t well enough to fill out a migraine diary for a couple of days. When this happens, I take pictures of my meals and little notes so that I can continue to analyze and discover triggers. Frustratingly, the app will not let me enter this information, which leads to holes in the data. The developers assume that no one can remember anything accurately past two days. This is simply not true, and should be a feature that those who use other methods of record keeping can turn off.

Mackenzie77777777 ,


I really like how this app is set up especially compared to the others I’ve tried plus it actually makes me want to record every day but there are some things that I think should be expanded.
1. More specificity on location of headache/migraine -possibly with a map of the head where regions can be selected.
2. Add more options for specific auras such as paresthesia, aphasia, craving chocolate, spots in vision, etc.
3. Allow for more customization within the custom items outside of just the name of the item and a yes or no.
4. An option to add notes for each day as an attack/headache isn’t going to stay the same all day.

SaraWesterm ,

A long long way to go

My mom told me to always start with something positive: I can track migraine triggers and that only takes me a few minutes each night. It’s a checklist and when you’re finished you created an entry.
So I did that for a while and all I saw was that I moving very slowly towards completing the trigger map. It’s super intransparent how many entries you need to complete the maps and the app does a lousy job keeping me motivated. I even upgraded to the premium version which cost me a hefty 50$ or so. Still, all I saw was insufficient entries. Yes, the app offers reports, but they didn’t reveal anything I didn’t know before. Like migraines are related to my cycle. Duh! Also, they say that you can add custom factors every 90 days and when the app prompted me to do so, it showed an error. Customer support said it was a bug. I would have liked to add “time on screen” to it, but it wouldn’t let me. So I am 84% done (whatever that means) and I have entered too many data points to leave the app.

Developer Response ,

Hi SaraWesterm, thanks for the feedback that you gave. We are sorry that our app did not meet all of your expectations. Thank you contacting customer support and bringing this matter to our attention. As per the email response you were sent, "To ensure the correct analysis of your data we currently do not allow modifying your custom factors until the beginning of each 90-day period. There's an error in the app, which incorrectly states that you can edit your custom factors. If you open the Custom Factors screen in the Profile and Settings menu you will see the correct information." We are working to correct the custom factors issue and we apologize for the inconvienience.

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