Have you ever struggled to take your daily medication on time? As we get older, we inevitably develop various minor health problems that require medication. According to the survey, about 39% of respondents said that they forget to take their medication 1-2 days a week. Some respondents also said that they have to spend a lot of time looking at the doctor's prescription to determine the amount of medication to take because of the multiple medications they take.
A pill box is essentially a tool that can help with memory and can keep all your medications organised. Using a pill box, in theory, makes it easier to remember to take your medication on time by adding it to the box according to when it was taken in quantity.
Electronic cartridges are more expensive, but they have a very powerful reminder function. They have a timed alarm reminder that will sound at a set time to remind you to take your medication. Some electronic pill boxes can be connected to your mobile phone and send you a message to remind you to take your medication on time, which is very good for patients with poor memory. This of course makes the electronic pillboxes much more expensive at around $30-$100.