The interactive assistant “Brainy” guides patients through the use of the app. With the easy-to-use tab bar at the bottom of the screen, patients can easily access the different features of M-sense Migraine.
Simple and detailed: note down possible triggers of migraine or headaches, such as stress, sleep, period and diet, in less than two minutes every day. M-sense automatically records the weather.
Find out which triggers are relevant for your migraine, what helps you and what your personal headache pattern looks like. With the intelligent headache diary of M-sense Migraine you can monitor and analyze your potential triggers, headache attacks, symptoms and medication. On this basis, you can manage your triggers, adapt your lifestyle, improve your medication dosage – and thus prevent attacks as well as avoid medication-overuse headaches.
You can enter the beginning and end of your attacks, the intensity of pain, medications taken and their effectiveness, and accompanying symptoms (aura, nausea, sensitivity to light and noise, etc.).
In addition, you can record your potential triggers in less than two minutes. The app automatically records the weather. You should track your triggers on a daily basis, because the more data our migraine app has, the better potential triggers are identified by the analysis. You can individually choose which triggers you want to examine and which not.
You can choose from the following potential triggers:
- air pressure, humidity and temperature
- sleep duration and sleep quality
- stress and energy levels
- alcohol and caffeine consumption
- smoking behaviour
- daily drinking quantity
- missed meals
- activity levels
Is this attack a migraine or a tension headache? Sometimes this distinction is not so easy. Our migraine app M-sense Migraine has its own classification algorithm that analyzes whether your pain attacks fall into one of three types of neurological disorders:
- Migraine with headache
- Aura without headache
- Tension-type headaches
If none of these types fit, the attack is assigned to the category “unclassified”. This assignment is made automatically and according to the current edition of the International Classification of Headache Disorders (ICHD-3). The App then visualizes your headache pattern based on the classification data and records them in the medical report as a basis for discussion at your next doctor’s appointment.
To discuss your successes and findings with your doctor, M-sense Migraine offers you the opportunity to take a comprehensive physician’s report with you to your consultation or appointment.
This report, developed with the help of headache specialists, consists of a monthly headache calendar with an overview of your migraine and headache attacks, medication, characteristics of your attacks, effectiveness of the medication and the accompanying symptoms.
You can find it under “Profile” and either print it out from there or send it directly to your physician’s office as a PDF.
M-sense Migraine analyzes your input on triggers, headaches and symptoms and helps you to find the relevant triggers of your migraine attacks.
In addition, our migraine app creates a headache pattern that includes the attack classifications, pain intensity, and attack onset by day of the week and time of day.
The app learns continuously and gets better the more numerous and detailed your entries in the headache diary are. We recommend that you keep the diary for at least 60 days to improve the quality of the analysis.
The analysis of M-sense Migraine is easy to understand, the weekly and monthly reports help you to keep track of your data. The analysis results are easy to understand and thanks to the weekly and monthly reports you always keep track of how everything is linked.
With our clearly arranged headache calendar you can easily keep track of the number of headache days, medication, headache classification, menstruation as well as your relaxation exercises and endurance sports units.
Monthly and weekly report
If you are interested in last week’s or last month’s history, you can also use the “weekly and monthly reports”.
Our digital assistant Brainy will guide you through the report and give you individual feedback on the number of days you had headache and the medication you took.
Prevent future migraine attacks with non-drug therapy methods from clinical practice. We have made preventive therapy methods available on a mobile basis which, according to medical guidelines, can reduce the intensity and frequency of your attacks.
With M-sense Migraine, you can do relaxation exercises specially designed for migraines anytime and anywhere, and find out which ones help you best.
You can choose between relaxation methods of different lengths; there is autogenic training, progressive muscle relaxation according to Jacobson and breathing meditation.
With the integrated sports module, you can find the right sport for you and plan your endurance sports units. Your exercises are automatically transferred to the headache diary.
Become your own health expert with medical expertise. Migraine is a highly individualized disease, each person has different pain, different triggers and responds differently to the various forms of therapy. Because it is so important to understand your own headache disorder, we have prepared the knowledge of leading headache experts in a way that you can easily understand. With the help of the information in your headache diary, you will receive personalized and motivating knowledge lessons from our clever chatbot Brainy.
You can improve your trigger management through trigger observation and analysis using the headache diary, as well as through personalized knowledge and guidance on behavioral changes.
Reduce the intensity of acute pain without medication. We have integrated specially developed exercises against migraine into our app, which you can use everywhere. Nobody should simply endure pain – but for mild attacks you can reduce your medication – and thus more easily follow the 10/20 rule and prevent medication-overuse headaches.
With our imaginations, you can let the pain flow away, observe it like a scientist, reduce it and wall it in, or just go to a beautiful place in your mind.
For tension headaches we offer you specific physiotherapeutic stretching and massage exercises. These exercises loosen the muscles and promote blood circulation.
Keeping a headache diary regularly, doing relaxation exercises and taking part in endurance sports can be a great challenge for anyone. If you also suffer from recurring migraine attacks, it is often even more difficult.
That’s why you can let our migraine app remind you of your entries and exercises, and afterwards see your successes in your headache calendar. Additionally, our lovely chatbot Brainy motivates you in all kinds of ways.