StudyMyTremor let you record, analyze, and track the trembling of your hand, the so-called "Tremor".
This app uses a highly sophisticated, scientifically proven method to measure, analyze and track humand hand Tremors. The method has been used in more than 30 international clinical studies in the past 20 years.
It gives you the ability to assess and quantify your tremor and to keep track of your values. You can upload your results as Text Files to your iCloud Drive for further visualization, or to share and import them to personal EHR apps.
For more information, visit www.studymyhealth.com
Tremor is the notion for the trembling of a limb. Most prominent is the trembling of the outstretched hand, that everyone is aware of in special situations like excitement or strenuous workouts. Whereas a light trembling of the hand is present in all humans, increased amplitude of the trembling can lead to serious problems in daily life. Increased trembling could be a symptom of a wide variety of diseases, as Parkinson's disease, essential tremor disease, hypothyroidism, or various psychiatric conditions.
THIS APP IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, OR CURE ANY DISEASE.
Note: Tremor severity and frequency are not supported by iHealth; as soon as these values are available we will connect the App to the iHealth ecosystem.
iPad Users: Note that the App is not working on the iPad; it does NOT make sense to measure hand tremor using an iPad, the device is too large and heavy to perform the measurements.
Bugfixes: Memory issues caused corrupted data files in some cases that led to crashes.
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So far does not do what it says it can do
I made recordings using instructions given. It claimed there were no recordings. I cannot find a way to make it save tye recordings. The graph it supposedly can make is not accessible. Presumably there is some way to make the functions work; however, there are very limited instructions and the solution to the above problems is not intuitive. Poor purchase.
Super easy to use. I don’t know why anyone is complaining about how there’s nothing more than a recording of your tremor on a calendar, since that’s kind of the entire point of the app. It’s literally just a tremor measurement and a calendar. But I now have info to give my neurologist instead of “I think it’s getting worse.” $4 is a great bargain if it saves me from purchasing a smartwatch.
If you’re looking for a pocket neurologist to diagnose you with something, this isn’t the app for you. If you actually have a tremor and want to keep track of when it’s worse/better, this app is great.
Complete theft of $4.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.