A Mood Diary helps you keep track of your moods

Use this Mood Diary in conjunction with our Mood Scale to help you describe your moods.

Bipolar UK Mood Diary 2017

How to use the mood scale and mood diary

  1. Select the score from the mood scale that matches how you are feeling and write that in under the date of the month in the section with red (cause for concern) yellow (moving away from a neutral mood) and green (neutral mood)
  2. Record how many hours sleep you had the night before
  3. Record any medication you are taking and the dosage
  4. On the second sheet record additional notes; food and drink consumption; exercise or any notable events especially any that are particularly good or bad for you.

 

Download our Mood Diary as a PDF 

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