Think tracking your cycle stops when you enter menopause? Think again!
Tracking your symptoms throughout perimenopause and menopause can help you better inform your doctor about your current health status and get the help you need. There are more than 30 symptoms of menopause – you can only imagine how difficult it would be to accurately keep track of them! Having an easy-to-use app takes the guesswork out of tracking. Not only that but learning more about what might trigger or aggravate symptoms can help you better navigate this phase of your life with grace.
Many of these apps also offer educational content and support networks so you can be even more “in the know” about your body.
Keep reading to find out our top three cycle-tracking apps specific to perimenopause and menopause!
MySysters is an app made for those who are seeking a little extra support. This app has great tracking features, including a daily diary, calendar and symptom educator. It even has a feature where you can get a printable chart of your data to bring to your Naturopathic doctor or MD. What’s different about this app is its unique community-based network, where you can connect with women experiencing similar symptoms. Learn, connect and track all in one!
Who it’s for: women who are experiencing perimenopause/menopause and who are seeking a support network Cost: Free and paid versions
Balance: Menopause Support Balance is one of the most well-known apps for menopause, this app acts as a safe space to learn about perimenopause and menopause all while having useful tracking tools. The app is brought to you by Dr. Louise Newson – a doctor, author and menopause specialist, meaning the information on the app is evidence-based and meant to help supplement the care you are receiving with your Naturopathic or family doctor.
Who it’s for: women in perimenopause and menopause Cost: Free
MenoLife App Women-owned and operated, this app is another great option if you’re looking to track your current symptoms as well as learn more about your perimenopause/menopause. With over 40 trackable symptoms, this app contains one of the most comprehensive tracking systems and enables you to see your personal trends and insights. Like the other apps, it offers a great educational and community network – allowing you to connect to women all over the world navigating this oftentimes difficult phase of life. Who it’s for: mid-life women approaching perimenopause and menopause Cost: Free