People want to have an organized, structured life in their homes and offices. This desire to always be organized isn’t just limited to our businesses, companies, schools, and groups. People who want to get a structured life while maintaining on some medication will also want to get a hold of their drug regimen every day. Here’s an article that can help you organize your medicine without spending money way too much on unnecessary items that you can just replace with stuff you get at home.

 

One good trick to make your organization skills for your medication less complicated is by using a pill organizer. You can’t get any simpler than that. Just buy a pill organizing kit in your nearest drug store and put all your medications in it. A pill organizer proves so helpful in making any types of medication organized in a clean, nifty bottle that won’t get you lose track of when to take them.

 

A good pill organizer that you should buy is the one that gives you seven days of slots to put each medication in for each day. You can also supplement this organizer kit with a schedule notepad beside it, so you’ll know if you’re getting the right pill on the right date. You have to be careful where to put this kit, though. Children who have a medication regularly may find the tablet kit confusing and may even make them double their dosage because they forget that they already took the pill, which can have a potential of overdosing. Always make sure that you put the organizer in a secure place without the children’s reach.

 

Another neat trick to do when you want to organize your medication is by using a dosing schedule chart. Find some empty notebook in your stock supply at home and use this with your pill kit to track how many doses you took that day, how many times you need to take a pill for a day and how many times in a week should you refill the pillbox. Having a schedule chart also makes you track all the medications that you have been taking all throughout the treatment process. You can also put all this data from the graph in a word processing program in a computer so you’ll have the reference on what you took for the entire treatment.

 

It is also useful to just list all the medications you are taking in a clean piece of notebook or journal. List the frequency, side effects, name and dosage that you’re taking. Detail every indication of side effect you’re feeling while taking the medication, so you’ll know if you have to call your doctor about it.

 

The last tip we should list here about how you can organize your medicine is always to back up. Keep a copy always stored either on your computer’s hard drive or your smartphone, so that when your doctor needs a print-out, you can easily hand out one to them for their convenience.