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Download this printable mood tracker journal page for help with bipolar, depression and anxiety

Download a printable mood tracker journal page

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Download a free printable daily mood tracker journal page

If you have (or think you may have) a mood disorder, this printable mood tracker journal page will allow you to record your highs and lows over the course of a month. There are also spots to keep track of other situations that may impact your emotions and moods.
Instructions for on the daily mood tracker/monthly log form

Mood rating: At the end of each day, rate your mood based on the “Highest” and “Lowest” that you felt that day. Place a dot in the box that best describes your mood, and if you had high and low moods on the same day, place two dots.

Anxiety & irritability: Rate each on a scale from 0-3 (0=low, 3=high) daily

Medications: Note any additional medications taken, medication dosage changes and any adverse effects attributed to medications with an “x” and describe more fully in the Mood Diary Explanation Log.

Alcohol/drugs: Place an A if you drank alcohol, or a D if you used any medications, drugs or remedies not prescribed by a doctor. (Use the back of the page or a separate sheet to elaborate if needed.)

Exercise: If you have a regular exercise routine, please add a Y for each day you exercise. Add an asterisk (*) next to the Y when you have exercised, but it is different than your normal routine. (Also note the intensity and duration of this exercise on the back of the page or on a separate sheet.)

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Food intake: If you have not eaten regular meals and/or have eaten different amounts or types of foods, please note the differences on the Mood Diary Explanation Log, and use an asterisk (*) in the box.

For women – Menses: Note the day that you start your period with a dot and note each subsequent day of bleeding until your period is over. (If you know the day that you are ovulating, please note this with an O, and otherwise leave blank.) If your period is shorter or longer or differs in the amount or duration of bleeding or associated symptoms, please note that on the back of the page or on a separate sheet.

Stressful/emotional event: Please note with an asterisk (*) any days that you have had an event, occurrence or interaction that was very stimulating (positive or negative). This may include physical or mental/emotional symptoms. For any day you note, please elaborate on the back of the page or on a separate sheet.

Click the image below for a full-size printable version of the mood chart

Printable mood tracker journal page

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