Log a food

  1. Select the "Vitals" menu at the bottom of your screen.
  2. Select the + sign beside the "Food" label.
  3. Select the camera icon above "Upload a photo of your meal".
  4. Choose "Take a Photo" to add a new food photo. This is an optional step. (Note: You will have to allow the app access to your camera when requested)
  5. You can also select "Camera Roll" to use a photo you've taken before.
  6. Select "Label your meal" to name your food.
  7. Add the day and time you ate the meal by scrolling through the bottom menu. This will default to the current day and time, but you can also set it to an earlier time if you forgot to log a food.
  8. Either select or unselect "Set breath reminder for 1hr after". If you select this, AIRE will send you a push notification in an hour. This option is not available if you are logging a food eaten more than an hour in the past.
  9. Select "Save".
  10. The food will be added to your app timeline.

Log a symptom

  1. Select the "Vitals" menu at the bottom of your screen.
  2. Select the + sign beside the "Symptoms" label.
  3. Choose a preset symptom or create a new custom symptom by typing it in at the top and pressing the + sign.
  4. The date and time will default to the current date and time. You can also set this to an earlier time by scrolling.
  5. Select "Save".
  6. The symptom will be added to your app timeline.

Log stress levels

  1. Select the "Vitals" menu at the bottom of your screen.
  2. Select the + sign beside the "Stress" label.
  3. Tap the circles to choose how relaxed you are. The more circles, the more relaxed you are.
  4. You can select a different day to log, if you forgot to do a previous day.
  5. Select "Save".
  6. Your stress level will appear on your app timeline.

Log sleep

  1. Select the "Vitals" menu at the bottom of your screen. (You can also use the "Today" tab if you are logging for today).
  2. Select the + sign beside the "Sleep" label.
  3. Tap the circle to rate your sleep quality. The more circles, the better you slept.
  4. Select "Save".
  5. Your sleep quality score will appear on your timeline.
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