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Keeping a Pain and Activity Diary will provide you and your healthcare professionals with a good understanding of your pain experience and what influences your pain to be able to manage it better. It is recommended that you complete the pain and activity diary up to 14 days to identify any pattern or trend.

In addition, your mood and/or sleep pattern can affect your pain. If you are experiencing substantial problems with your mood and/or sleep, keeping a Mood and/or Sleep Diary will help to inform your treatment. For example, your thoughts and emotions can either increase or decrease your pain perception, acting like a volume control dial in your brain.

You can download an interactive pdf version of the Pain, Activity, Mood and Sleep Diaries below.

You can download editable pdf version of the diary or create a digital diary on your device using the SCI Health Toolkit app.

[ Mood diary image and link to be applied once approved ]

Please note: Diaries must be downloaded to be completed – they cannot be filled in online

The SCI Health Toolkit App

The SCI Health Toolkit app provides you with a bladder and fluid diary in your pocket, along with all of the other diaries available on The Health Maintenance Toolkit website.

You can quickly and easily track and monitor key bodily functions and activities using the interactive and simple to use diaries.

SCI Health Toolkit app showing diary on screen