From way before my FND diagnosis, I was tracking my day, in one way or another. When I started experiencing what I refer to lovingly as my “weird and wonderful” symptoms I knew something wasn’t right. So I started making a note of the symptoms and anything about the day that I thought significant; mainly activity and emotions. I was able to see patterns and identify triggers. I’ve learnt just how valuable it is to track your health. By keeping track of what you do in a day and your symptoms, you can start to identify triggers and patterns of energy slumps or the start of symptoms. It could be you identify that being in crowds is a trigger, or you might discover peaks and troughs fall in line with your menstrual cycle. It is easy to miss these things otherwise, if there’s nothing to look back on. So today, I would to give you 5 ways to track your day for better health.