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'iHeadache, the most popular and highest rated headache diary app is now free! Do you suffer from recurring headaches? Maybe you’ve tried countless things to relieve your pain. Wouldn’t it help you to keep track of your headaches, disability, medications taken, and triggers as you have your headaches? When you see the doctor he...
'iHeadache, the most popular and highest rated headache diary app is now free!
Do you suffer from recurring headaches? Maybe you’ve tried countless things to relieve your pain. Wouldn’t it help you to keep track of your headaches, disability, medications taken, and triggers as you have your headaches?
When you see the doctor he needs information about your headaches to help you but you’re stumped by the questions that need answering.
• How many headaches you are having? • How disabling are they? • What medications are you trying? • Are your headache preventatives working? • Are there any triggers you can identify?
When you’re enduring a headache, keeping track of which medications you have taken, foods that might have triggered an attack or charting the time you are disabled is more than you feel up to. Yet, giving your physician the correct data about your headaches is essential to getting the best headache care.
Luckily, there’s help for you here. iHeadache has everything you need to track your headache symptoms, disability, triggers and medications in a pain-free way. With iHeadache, your iPhone or iPod Touch becomes a headache diary that’s going to help you and your doctor diagnose and treat your pain.
iHeadache was developed by neurologist, researcher and headache specialist, Dr. Brian D. Loftus. Who better than a specialist to create the most accurate and important headache tracking tool available?
One of the unique features of iHeadache is that it can tell you the type of headache you’re having by capturing and analyzing real time information. The app uses the International Headache Society Criteria (IHS Criteria) to classify your headache as a migraine, probable migraine, tension headache or unclassified headache. This application is like having a doctor in your device.
What kind of information does iHeadache track, record and analyze? • Symptoms • Duration and severity • Disability and impact • Medication and usage • Number of headaches • Headache triggers'