Medication?! – I’ve forgotten already… How to learn you’ll keep inming your health habbit.

Taking pills is not our most enjoyable task. If we have to take one once for a longer period of time it isn’t that cumbersome. But if someone need to thave it few times a day it might be a bit conbfusing.

How to get get used to taking pills in everyday life?
Autor: Allan Ajifo
drug device
Autor: Jean-François Gornet
The best tip is to create a habbit. At first you must work hard and keep recalling that you you need to take a pill after e.g. lunch read more here But sometimes it might be not that simple as treatment can change and the condition as well. So in this case you can try the classical, old ways: writing what you need to to on a piece of paper and put in a visible place for example in the wordrobe. But in 21st century, when the technical development is moving so fast you can also try more modern ways.
In some pharmacies it’s possible to find special drug device. It’ve got waritey of design and tools but the basic is almost the same. The most popular one is the pill bottle with a digital timer that display the amount of time it’s been since the drugs were ltaken for the last time click for more. The timer on the bottle works as an stopwatch, counting the time since the medication was last taken, and resetting itself every time the cap is opened. It’s an amazing option especially for seniors with alzcheimer disease.
Other even more modern reminder is an android aplication. Plenty of women keep the app on their phone and it remind them when they suppose to take the pill, when they have period.
Other more advanced technology is that the device control your body system and inform you if the important factors aren’t high enough. Nonentherless it’s not that popular yet and not in every condition you could use it.

Taking medications is hardly ever a nice thing to do. Fortunatelly others feel the same and they’ve already thought aboutinvented different kinds of reminders. Try few of them and go for the most suitable for you!
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