Correlate - Health Diary and L

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About this app

Correlate is a smart life-journal app that helps you understand why are you feeling sick thanks to a scientific algorithm. It's very effective with flu symptoms, allergy symptoms and also gut health.

How many times you said that you want to improve your health, or simply that you want to get rid of symptoms like:
- Flu symptoms: fever, nausea, vomiting, lassitude, bowel movements
- Allergy symptoms or skin issues: hay fever, pollen allergy, dust allergy, food intolerances
- Gut health: bowel movement, diarrhea, irritable bowel
- Mood disorders: stress, anxiety, depression, migraine, headache, bipolar disorder

The app has multiple usages:
💊 health book / therapy journal / medication log: record your symptoms and medications
🍎 habit tracker / food diary: keep a daily journal of your habits or food
👩‍⚕️ symptoms checker: like a medical journal, enter your sick days streaks and get a self diagnosis from correlations
🤧 specific uses: headache diary, flu tracker
🧘‍♂️ other: pain journal, mood tracker, allergy tracker, anxiety journal, event logger, sleep journal.

With Correlate you can now discover the origin of your illnesses, and improve health. It has been designed to help you manage pain, stress, and develop healthy habits: it's a perfect medical assistant always in your pocket.

Are you striving for a symptoms analysis or a pain diagnosis? With this symptoms tracker you can easily analyze and track behaviors to discover symptoms related causes. The best symptoms checker among health apps and habits tracking apps.

When you can use it?
Many people are suffering from allergy symptoms, headaches, chronic pains, intolerances, mood disorders, stress symptoms, and they are feeling sick without a diagnosed cause. How often are you thinking: "I'm feeling sick and I need to discover my sickness origin?". With the help of a habit tracker (also a symptom tracker / activities tracker) you can track activities, symptoms, mood, habits, medicines, and understand how they are related to each other. You may find out that your chronic headaches causes is celiac disease, lactose intolerance, allergy to gluten, pollens, dust or other allergens, chrons disease, or that they are symptoms of stress (stress headaches). It's a food diary (diet journal), a symptom checker, a mood tracker, a food diary, a habit tracker, an activities tracker, a pain diary and a medicine logger all in one app.

- Calendar event tracker: Track habitual activities, record medical symptoms, log simple habits, check daily routines, track moods and keep a food journal all in one place. Different diaries allows you to record any event with a simple calendar.
- Statistics: analyze symptoms frequency, and perform triage on yourself: are you feeling sick very often? Did you forget a pill? Is your workout calendar on track? Are you developing good weekly or monthly habits? Are you eating health food often enough? Everything is under control.
- Correlation analysis: discover if you are allergic to anything, and how you can change habits to improve health, or improve pain management. Learn what makes you sick or give you issues and cut it from your diet / routine / habits.
- Export data: export your food log / pain journal / diet log / symptom diary, save it or share it.
- Develop healthy habits: when you track habits and you discover that they help you feel better, go for it! Improve your food management by reiterating healthy food habits, understand your headache symptoms and live a better life.

Warning: Correlate is just one of the many medical apps on the store. It does not substitute doctor visits, and it does not provide a professional diagnosis for your symptoms. However, Correlate can help you and your doctor to track your activities and better understand your symptoms.
Updated on
Jun 4, 2020

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2.31K reviews
A Google user
August 24, 2019
I was rather disappointed by this app. While the idea of collecting data is nice, this is advertised as a health journal and in the description as a health diary. One would assume you can write notes into the data entries because of it, not so. The UI is confusing with no instructions. Besides data entries, there seems to be no way to create unique category colors. I find myself searching for more features or tips to use to no avail. Try it out if you want easy data collection on basic levels.
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A Google user
July 20, 2019
Poorly constructed. Difficult to use. When you click thing's, it says it's been added to your calender day. Nowhere in the app can you find this. There is a graph that hints that one item/action of of several was actually documented. Which leaves it to only being able to keep a eye on one thing (i.e. weight, intake, gym, walking, etc). There are also no dates, or times on anything. When ut comes to the medicines - you are allowed to select only one form of medication that you take.
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A Google user
December 5, 2018
In using this app, I never know if I'm using it correctly. -There are zero instructions and the interfaces are not very intuitive. -When I specify a certain number of events for a day, and then I look at the logs of the events (in the stats section) the number of events it shows for a day is not the same as the number I've input. It even appears to be indicating fractional events for a day! For instance, if I enter coffee 3 times on Wed, 1 on Thu, and twice on Friday, the stats section shows something different. -If I accidentally touch an event and it logs it, there is no way to erase that event. -If I remember an event that I want to enter for a previous date, there is no way to do it. -The only way (as far as I can tell) to find when a symptom is correlated to a cause is to tell it to specifically perform a correlation calculation between the two. It doesn't automatically find the correlated events for you. -There is no way to tell it how far back in time to look for correlated events. I really have no idea how far back it's looking. I've used a different symptom tracker called MySymptoms in the past. It did not have any of these problems.
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Cosmic Pie Design
December 5, 2018
Hello Jerry, thank you for your useful feedback. - To manage events, you can use both the + button, or the calendar directly - By using the calendar, tap a day to toggle the event, also in the past - The button "Get correlated" automatically finds correlated events Feel free to contact us directly for further information. Cosmic Pie Team

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