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Mobile Apps

Ouchie

Apr 23, 2019

Description

 

Social media has been combined with pain management in the new app Ouchie. You can post updates on how painful you migraines are in the same way you post to other social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. Based on your symptoms you are directed to a community of people who share similar symptoms and may be able to help.

 

Overview

 

You create your Ouchie profile and update it with factors that may attribute to migraines. You can share as little or as much as you like with the Ouchie community, created to find migraine treatment through connection with others. The app also offers educational resources to help you better manage your pain through various forms, including controlled behavioral therapy (CBT), and celebrates your accomplishments towards your goals.

“Ouchie offers educational resources from leaders in pain management that may be able to help through treatments, supports groups, meditation, and more.”

Profile

 

The Ouchie profile is like a profile you would make on another social media platform, only it pertains to your symptoms, triggers, medications, and treatments of migraines. It also asks other things (such as sleep patterns and moods) and helps you set goals towards minimizing your pain’s occurrence.

 

Community

 

Community is what the Ouchie app is all about. Posting your symptoms and being directed to others with similar symptoms what the developers hoped would bring a solution through shared experiences. Others with similar migraine symptoms may have gone through your a similar journey in pain management and can offer insight into how to better treat them.

 

Resources and Achievements

 

Ouchie offers educational resources from leaders in pain management that may be able to help through treatments, supports groups, meditation, and more. The goals set from your Ouchie profile are celebrated once you achieve them. The more achievements you acquire, the more rewards the app offers.

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