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Quell helps you track your pain

Chronic pain can decrease your quality of life and adversely impact your health. Tracking your pain level and its impact on important aspects of your life can help improve your pain management by identifying patterns and triggers, and by improving communication with your doctor and other health care professionals.

Quell provides an easy and intuitive way to track your pain level and how much pain interferes with your sleep, your level of activity, and your mood.

The table below explains how Quell Pain Insights can help you better understand your chronic pain. Each insight is associated with a trend arrow that compares the current value to the prior period (i.e., day, week or month; trends are not shown for 3-month periods). A red up arrow indicates that your pain level or pain interference has gotten worse. A green down arrow indicates that your pain level or pain interference has improved. A gray horizontal line indicates that your pain level or pain interference has not changed by more than 1 point in either direction.

The frequently asked questions provide additional information and useful tips. If you have concerns about your chronic pain, you should discuss them with your doctor.

Pain Insight What Does It Mean? How Will It Help Me?
Pain Level

Your typical pain level

This number will help remind you how much pain you were experiencing in past weeks, months and even years.

Sleep Interference

How pain impacts your sleep

Getting enough restful sleep is essential for managing your chronic pain and improving your overall health. A lower sleep interference score indicates that pain is having less impact on your sleep.

Activity Interference

How pain impacts your daily activity level

Increased activity may reduce pain, and lessen its impact on your sleep and mood. A lower activity interference score indicates that pain is having less impact on your activity.

Mood Interference

How chronic pain impacts your mood

It is difficult to manage your chronic pain and maintain good health when you are feeling depressed or anxious. A lower mood interference score indicates pain is having less impact on your mood.

Pain Insight Pain Level What Does It Mean?

Your typical pain level

How Will It Help Me?

This number will help remind you how much pain you were experiencing in past weeks, months and even years.

Pain Insight Sleep Interference What Does It Mean?

How pain impacts your sleep

How Will It Help Me?

Getting enough restful sleep is essential for managing your chronic pain and improving your overall health. A lower sleep interference score indicates that pain is having less impact on your sleep.

Pain Insight Activity Interference What Does It Mean?

How pain impacts your daily activity level

How Will It Help Me?

Increased activity may reduce pain, and lessen its impact on your sleep and mood. A lower activity interference score indicates that pain is having less impact on your activity.

Pain Insight Mood Interference What Does It Mean?

How chronic pain impacts your mood

How Will It Help Me?

It is difficult to manage your chronic pain and maintain good health when you are feeling depressed or anxious. A lower mood interference score indicates pain is having less impact on your mood.

Frequently asked questions

Pain Insights

Why should I rate my pain?

Effective pain management requires an understanding of your underlying pain patterns.  If you track your pain, you and your doctor may be able to identify triggers that exacerbate your pain.

How often should I rate my pain?

Your pain log will be most useful if you rate your pain level and pain interference daily or at least 4-5 times per week.

Do I need to complete all four pain ratings every time?

No, you can choose which ratings you complete.  However, your pain log will be most informative if you complete all four ratings on a regular basis.

Should I try to rate my pain at the same time of day?

Yes, it is best to rate your pain level and pain interference about the same time each day.  Some people chose to rate pain interference with sleep in the morning, and pain level and interference with activity and mood in the evening.

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