I the pastt few years have had a lot of issues. This year my wife helped me by getting me a Watch that has medications reminders. Up to 12 alarms a day auto repeat and can individually turn each alarm on or off, with each alarm you can also add alert for that alarm like Check Blood Sugar or Take Night Time Shot.
It is amazing and now that I have a good reminder at all times I stop whatever I am doing to test and eat on schedule every day sense Ive had it.
My bloodsugars have improved a bunch might I add.
Its a self eastem builder and a buddy I think.
I am one of those who are always busy and don’t really stop to think her its this time of day, time to test BG and eat.
Now I do, and on schedule every day.
It displays things like name, birth date, allergies, medicines, doctor, emergency contact and so much more.
Mine the medical alert after name is set to display Diabetic!
It is supppper easy to use and config, I thought it would be complicated but it literally only took like 5 or 10 mins to set 4 alarms and input all my medical information (no computer or extra devices needed for configuration).
It almost $100 bust so worth it and I found and wife bought this when I was just about to give up on everything, now Im feeling more confident and managing my diabetes has improved.
Up to 12 Daily Alarms (auto reset - repeats every day at the same time)
Text Reminder Message (up to 36 letters)
Medical Snooze (alarms up to 4 hours - until medications are taken)
ALERT button “Away from Home” Medical Alert
Medical ID databank (Medical Information)
Normal time & date function
Easy to read display (large text/numbers)
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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