View Full Version : I was looking for a medication reminder with an alarm....


ToadysFroggy
12-24-09, 06:25 PM
when I found this...
http://www.epill.com/cadex.html (http://www.epill.com/cadex.html)

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Features:
Up to 12 Daily Alarms (auto reset - repeats every day at the same time)
Alpha Reminder Message (up to 36 characters)
Beeping Sound
Medical Snooze (http://www.epill.com/medicalsnooze.html) (every 3 minutes until medications are taken)
ALERT button "Away from Home" Medical Alert (http://www.epill.com/medicalalert.html)
Medical ID databank (Medical Information)
Normal time & date function
Easy to read display (large text/numbers)
Used in Clinical Trials
Recommended by Good Housekeeping (http://www.epill.com/goodcadex.html)

Medical ID Databank stores critical health information (similar to a medical ID bracelet). Simply press the ALERT button to display: What is a Medical ID Databank? (http://www.epill.com/cadexid.html) CADEX Leather Strap (http://www.epill.com/cadexl.html) | CADEX Black Design (http://www.epill.com/cadexb.html) Name and phone number
Medical Information (diabetes, asthma, epilepsy, aphasia, hemophiliac, Parkinson's, lupus etc)
Allergic reactions (penicillin, bee sting, peanuts etc.)
Emergency contact and phone
List of medications, blood type, date of birth
Doctor's name & phone
Insurance company & policy number
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I sometimes would get so engrossed in my morning routine, that unless I got out of that hyper-focus mode to look at the clock, I would forget to take my Vyvanse and other morning medications and then the rest of my day would basically go down the toilet.

Then there have been times when I was engrossed watching tv or posting on the threads or surfing the web at night (occasionally on the same night I forgot to take my Vyvanse), and would look up at the clock and realize it was past the time I was supposed to take my bedtime meds!

BUT!!!

I will still take all of my medications, regardless of how late I am in taking them. I learned my lesson recently when I thought it was too late to take my Vyvanse! (I wrote a poem about it which is in the Creative Writing forum) I am disabled and unable to work. I am not on a schedule so if I go to sleep later than normal, there is no harm in waking up a little later...I will just need this watch to wake me in case I am still asleep when it is time for my morning medication! (Sometimes I go out during the day and forget about midday medications too)

What do you all think?