A symptom-tracker is a tool that allows you to record and track your symptoms over time, as well as activities or things that make your symptoms worse or better. Over time, this information can be useful in helping you to better control your symptoms.
There are many symptom trackers available. You can track your symptoms in a journal, on a calendar, or even just on a blank piece of paper.
This symptom tracker uses a simple calendar to track your symptoms:
This symptom tracker has been developed specifically for symptoms after COVID-19:
We are making a couple of suggestions about apps that you could use to help manage your health.
Nova Scotia Health is not responsible for the risks associated with these apps and we recommend that you review carefully before making your decision to use one. Nova Scotia Health is not responsible for how these apps use your personal health information either and you should do so at your own risk. Please read our full disclaimer below.
Links to third-party apps, websites and other resources (“Third-Party Resources”) are provided for your convenience only. NSHA is not the owner, manager, or creator of the Third-Party Resources, and is not responsible for the content or operation thereof. If you decided to use the Third-Party Apps your use will be subject to the terms and conditions and policies set by the applicable owners or providers, and NSHA encourages you to be read and be aware of those terms.
Third-Party Resources might offer health related information or advice. The named supplier of the Third-Party Resource is solely responsible for the content, advice, and maintenance of the apps and sites. NSHA makes no representation or warranty regarding any Third-Party Resources, including as to their accuracy, or fitness for a particular purpose, or the advice, products and services therein. NHSA, including its employees, officers, directors and staff, are not responsible or liable for any damage or loss howsoever caused, or alleged to be caused, in connection with the use of, or reliance on advice, services or products obtained through, the Third-Party Resources.