A tool that you can use for this purpose is f.lux. Just enter your location, and the lightning that you have. Then, at night (the time between sunset and sunrise), f.lux will give your screen warmer colours, and during day (between sunrise and sunset), f.lux will make your screen look like daylight.
It works good and is cross platform, but the disadvantage ...
I like Workrave (wiki), it does this perfectly. Workrave is available on Windows and Linux. Install it on Ubuntu with
sudo apt-get install workrave
Three configurable types of breaks: short, long and day-limit
Ability to postpone / skip a particular break (although I recommend not to abuse this feature)
Workrave is fully configurable, here is ...
redshift was designed to do that, in the background, and even doing a transition while the sun is not yet fully gone:
redshift – Adjusts the color temperature of your screen
The color temperature is set according to the position of the sun. A different color temperature is set during night and daytime. During twilight and early morning, the color ...
I've used Evo in the past. It allows you to select from three different modes
20-20-20 (Every 20 minutes staring at a screen, you focus your eyes 20 feet away for 20 seconds)
60-5 (60 minutes staring at a screen followed by 5 minute break)
Custom (set your own break mode).
You can also install an add-on in Chrome which enables desktop notifications, ...
stores different settings per mouse
swap mouse buttons
adjust double click speed
adjust scroll wheel
automatically detects the active setting on mouse movement
runs on Windows 7 or higher
Screenshot, taken from website:
Hmm, It is hard to find something out there that is specifically for tracking ADHD med side effects.
Mood tracking apps may have some of the features you are looking for. Here's a list of popular ones
A website like Iodine.com, that collects user feedback on meds and has a community crowdsourcing element around popular meds, may also be helpful if you are ...
This is a Windows answer, but check out TakeABreak by Skrommel from Donationcoder.com. If you are familiar with AutoHotkey, you can modify the software and make it better for you, as the source is available (I did).
By default, it does the following. Every 45 minutes it locks your keyboard and mouse for 15 minutes, so you are literally forced to stop ...
I only now the MemtestCL. We used this in an application once. But it works on the command line, too.
Memtest description on github:
MemtestCL is a program to test the memory and logic of OpenCL-enabled GPUs, CPUs, and accelerators for errors.
Maybe there are tools that use MemtestCl and run on your OS to make it ...
You could use the AutoHotKey Script below. When running, it turns off the monitor for 5 minutes every 30 minutes. Any keyboard or mouse input will wake up the screen, though this can easily be made not to happen. The script can be compiled into a .exe executable so that you can also share it with friends/collabs and/or set it to run at startup.
I have used this tracker before. Habit tracker on the app store, but habit bull once it's installed.
It allows you to do multiple habits and shows aggregate statistics and individual habit statistics as well including streaks, longest, and current, and success ...
This can be done with an utility which can edit and load custom LUT.
I have tried Lutcurve utility, there is a trial version for testing.
You can edit the brightness curve to dim the white color. (see the "highlights" tab in the GUI).
The curve editing GUI is not the easiest, but after some time I got used to it.
Here is ...
You can use MITRE Identification Scrubber Toolkit (MIST):
free and open source (BSD license)
The MITRE Identification Scrubber Toolkit (MIST) is a suite of tools
for identifying and redacting personally identifiable information
(PII) in free-text medical records. MIST helps you replace these PII
either with obscuring fillers, such as [...
Check out the totally underrated physics game Boom Blox, Boom Blox - youtube
It is a fun game that uses the nunjuks and can be single player and multiplayer, (either working together or against others).
It is now 10 years old but it is still a great game and it should meet your requirements.
There exist several web services for patients to manage their health data, e.g. from https://www.healthit.gov/patients-families/maintain-your-medical-record:
The main issue is that medical data come with a variety of formats, sometimes proprietary.
Patients based in the US may request their medical records from their medical providers. If a medical ...
It sounds like you are looking for MNE which was originally written in C for doing all sorts processing magnetoencephalography (MEG) and electroencephalography (EEG) data. Unfornately the C build is only available for Linux & OS-X but the good news is that there is a new, pure python implementation that should run on just about anything, even Windows.
MoodPanda is mostly about your first point, and has a large support community.
"Analyse your mood on graphs and calendars; get support and advice from the MoodPanda community".
Daylio - Describes itself as a "Diary, Journal, Mood Tracker".
"Pick your mood and add activities you have been doing during the day. You can also add ...
This is now a built-in feature in Windows 10 called Night light. You can enable it by following the instructions in this article on Microsoft Support.
This is an old question and you mention that you are using Windows 7. If this is still the case, I would recommend upgrading to Windows 10 by following the steps in this article on The Verge. Apart from ...