Finding what you are looking for
Setting Up MyHealth Records
Managing your MyHealth Records Account
Closing Your Account
Sharing Your Records
Problems with Tools
Understanding health content
Types of content
Using MyHealth Records
Understanding MyHealth Records Tools
Results, Reports and Readings
Tools and Settings
Getting information into your MyHealth Records
For Healthcare Providers
Diagnostic Imaging Reports
Understanding security & privacy
Access to my information
How to keep your information private and secure
Understanding MyHealth Records User Agreement
There are six different types of health journals to help you keep track of your health information.
The Food Journal keeps track of what you eat and drink each day. You can add an entry by clicking on the “red button”
to add the type of meal, serving size, calories, nutritional information and any other important notes.
To edit or delete the information you’ve entered, click on the entry. Next, click the blue "Edit" button
to make your changes. Click "Save" to keep your updates.
The Exercise Journal keeps track of your physical activity and how hard your body is working when you exercise. An explanation of intensity on the page helps you decide how hard your exercise was. You can add an entry by clicking on the “red button” to add an exercise session and any other important notes.
To edit or delete the information you have entered, click on the entry.
Your Journal Notes let you keep track of your health and wellness. You can upload and attach files to go with your notes. You can add an entry by clicking on the “red button" .
To edit or delete the information you entered, click on the entry. To attach a file, click "Choose file"
to upload a file to your Journal Notes.
The Body Dimensions Journal allows you to track your height, weight and calculate your body mass index (BMI). Enter your height and weight on a specific date. Your height and weight will show on the graphs below the table. You can change the unit of measurement and target weight range in the Settings and Preferences tool in Tools and Settings. You can add an entry by clicking the “red button”.
Click on an entry to edit or delete it.
The Mood Journal helps you track and understand when your moods changes and what may be the cause of the changes. You can add an entry by clicking the “red button”
to track your mood through stress signals for each day of the week.
Select the three dots to open a quick menu where you can delete or edit an entry. Click on the “+ Add new” to add an entry.
Stress signals include:
Tracking your symptoms such as fever, nausea, cough, headache or sore throat is important in monitoring your health and well-being. This tool will help you record and monitor your symptoms over time. Use this tool to share information with your health care providers.
This data can come from a connected device such as Apple Health.
View the Apple Health (video) for more information.
You can add an entry by clicking the “red button”
to add the symptoms you are experiencing, start date, end date and any other important notes.
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