Check out our quick guide for using the WatchMinder for self-monitoring! The guide includes a self-monitorning template and example:
What is self-monitoring?
Self-monitoring is a behavior modification technique which centers around the simple act of monitoring one’s own behavior or performance. While the efficacy of self-monitoring in addressing AD/HD related behavior is well documented, similar theory underscores the wide use of food diaries, exercise journals, and other similar tactics – simply becoming aware of one’s own behavior or actions can lead to vast improvement.
Why is the WatchMinder wristwatch an ideal assistive tool for self-monitoring?
While the WatchMinder wristwatch was invented to assist children and young adults with AD/HD, the wristwatch is being used by thousands of individuals in countless unique ways: AD/HD management; stress reduction, mindfulness; anger management; smoking cessation, weight management; interval training programs; and breathing exercises, to name only a few.
Simple, intuitive, and discreet - the WatchMinder is the perfect assistive tool for everyday self-monitoring.