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Track medicines adherence,

symptoms and side effects


MEGA ADHD is a free ADHD app that encourages you to keep track of your medication through a game and to log your ADHD symptoms and side effects.

Earn rewards for tracking adherence to your medication schedule and logging the reasons why you miss a medicine dose. Then play against other users in the MEGA MEDS game.

Empowering the user to keep track of their ADHD medication, symptoms and side effects.

Keep track of your ADHD symptoms and side effects in a simple, visual diary. Refer back to it or show your clinician during follow up visits.

MEGA ADHD Features

The MEGA ADHD app is free to use, works offline and requires no registration to use. It is based on Mega Meds which is currently undergoing clinical trial.

  • free and without ads
  • no in-app purchases
  • no email address or name required; use anonymously
  • works with recurring medications
  • works with courses of medication
  • works with ad-hoc medicines (as & when required)
  • works across time zones
  • works offline
  • track ADHD symptoms
  • track ADHD side effects
  • clean and simple user interface
  • view daily progress
  • calendar view of stats and logging streaks
  • visual diary of side effects and symptoms
  • reminders to log your medication
  • rewards medicines logging with in-game advantages
  • rewards for logging your medicine adherence (even if you miss it)
  • game is linked to adherence and logging of medication
  • fun, one-touch gameplay
  • avatar and character creation

MEGA ADHD is based on MEGA MEDS, an app that is currently in clinical trial with a NHS Trust in the United Kingdom as a study called “MAGE: Medicines Adherence, Gamification Experience”.

The study has been designed to determine whether using an app that makes logging medication fun can improve medicine management, adherence and ultimately positive health outcomes.

Mega Meds medicines management app and trial

Mega Meds was made possible through a Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) by the Department of Health Social Services and Public Safety in partnership with the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment and Innovate UK with support from the Health and Social Care Board and Invest NI.

The online research study has been supported by Innovate UK through a Women Infocus award. The award is around optimising research studies for mobile health interventions.

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