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Friday, 14 April 2017

App to track bipolar disorder would flag manic episodes, developer SANE Australia says

App to track bipolar disorder would flag manic episodes, developer SANE Australia says
- The app, developed by the charity SANE Australia, sends a notification to a specified person or healthcare provider when the person with bipolar's activities start deviating from their norm.
Bipolar disorder affects an estimated one in every 50 Australians, with people living with bipolar saying they can feel "elated" and "overly confident", but with the highs come the lows.
The app aims to provide those diagnosed with the condition and their families with real-time feedback.
Once the app's settings are configured, it tracks the person's activities and alerts a trusted friend, medical professional, or family member that the person may be going through a manic episod