Did you remember to take ALL of your medications today? Maybe you are concerned about an aging parent who is getting forgetful? My poor father has finally reached the point where he can't remember when to take his medications, or , if he has taken them at the times he was supposed to. At the end of the month, there would either be way too many medications in his bottle, or way too few.
He had previously been diagnosed with mild dementia, and for the most part, he has been able to function normally and live a happy life. However, when it comes to the strict regimen of taking three kinds of medications, three times a day, it has become nearly impossible for him to remember the details of this task on his own. Come to think of it, as I am sitting here writing this, I'm thinking that having to take various types of medications, three times a day, wouldn't be easy for younger people either...who HAVE NOT been diagnosed with any cognitive, or memory dysfunction.
A year ago, my sister-in-law began doing some research on various pre-packaged medication systems for my dad. Many offered individual medications, packaged in individual bubble packs, which had the dates and times to take them on. Then she found the EZ Pac system ad Med Sync. The difference with their system is that all of the medications are packaged together in a single package and not packaged as individual medications as the bubble packs are. EZ Pac makes three of these all-in-one packages to take per day. They then package those into a one-month supply dispenser box. It's really amazing! Now there are no questions about when he should take his meds, or, what to take, or, what time of day to take them. All of the packages have the proper medications in them, the date, time and the time of day printed on them.
My dad has been using EZ Pac for nearly a year now, and, having said all that, and with all of the amazing convenience of the EZ Pac, he will still occasionally forget to take one of his packs. And, when he does forget, it usually happens in the morning. Did you notice that I said "it usually happens in the morning"? This is information that we would have never known prior to using the EZ Pac system, because the unopened package says 8:00am on it, along with the day he forgot to take it.
This brand-new tidbit of information let us know that mornings are a good time to nudge him with a reminder! Before EZ Pac, we would just end up with a bottle of extra pills at the end of the month, not knowing exactly what had happened or when he forgot to take them. So, thank you Medsync for offering this amazing service and product!
A very satisfied Medsync customer.
Notes from Medsync and Terms: If you do miss a time that you were supposed to take a medication, DO NOT double up on the next dose. If you have medical concerns regarding getting off schedule, please contact your doctor, or call one of the helpful Pharmacists here at Medsync.
This offer is for the EZ Pac packaging process only. Your medications are not free, however, our prices are very competitive and are often better than our competition.There is a limit of one EZ PAC, one-month set, per customer.