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Try the new fitbit journal feature

2010 May 17
by amcdonough

We all have days where we wake up on the wrong side of the bed (or at least our significant others think so!), or hit the snooze button and skip the gym.  Now you can track your mood, allergy level and generally record your daily observations with the new fitbit journal feature. And use the information you record to identify trends and correlate your sleep and mood with other factors that may be affecting your activity level.

You can start using your journal by choosing the Tracker tab followed by Journal.  How to get started:

1. Have the “allergy blues”?  It could be those pesky proinflammatory cytokines.  Want to learn more? There’s been some interesting research relating allergies, depression and poor sleep.

2. While we can’t automagically detect your mood – it’s easy to record. Now how does that make you feel?

3. Or use the text field to enter other observations.

As always, you can make this information private (you only) or share with your friends or everyone.

2 Responses leave one →
  1. Anonymous permalink
    May 24, 2010

    Another interesting feature to add here would be stress level – that can also directly impact your weight loss and is easy to keep track of.

  2. Rachel permalink
    November 23, 2010

    I think adding stress level would be great. I have Bipolar Disorder and my psychiatrist often asks be how I feel and how stressed I am.

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