On this page, we will provide you with a mental health symptom tracker that will help you keep track of symptoms of poor mental health.
What is the Mental Health symptom tracker about?
Similar to physical health, mental health comprises various components. These include Cognitive health (the ability to reason, learn and remember), Emotional health (the ability to process and control thoughts and feelings), and Behavioural health (the ability to control how we react to emotional and cognitive cues). Mental health can therefore be described as the cognitive, emotional and behavioural well-being that allows people to realise their own abilities, cope with stress, work productively and make a lasting contribution to society. One way to ensure your mental health is not deteriorating is to keep track of any symptoms you have previously experienced. Awareness of these symptoms allows you to make timely interventions before they worsen and thus maintain good mental health.
How will the Mental Health symptom tracker help?
The mental health symptoms tracker provides you with a platform on which you can keep a record of any mental health symptoms you have experienced both in the present and the past. You can then use this information during therapy sessions to help you and your therapist make timely and effective interventions.
Instructions on how to use the Mental Health symptoms tracker.
Read the instructions guide and record your mental health symptoms on the worksheet provided below.
You can download this worksheet here.
On this page, we provided you with a mental health symptom tracker worksheet that we hope helped you learn how to keep a record of mental health symptoms experienced.
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