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5 Dangerous Effects of Not taking your medicines on time

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Title: 5 Dangerous Effects of Not taking your medicines on time


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5 Dangerous Effects of Not taking your medicines
on time
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Index
  1. Recovery Takes Longer Than Expected
  2. Resistance to Medicines
  3. Drug Interaction
  4. Decreased Productivity
  5. Increased Healthcare Cost

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(I) Recovery Takes Longer Than Expected
  • Doctors not only prescribe medicines, but they
    also give detailed instructions, either oral or
    written, about when the medicines are to be
    taken. If you do not take medicines on
    time, this can cost you a lot in terms of
    delaying your complete recovery.

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(II) Resistance to Medicines
  • Some medicines, such as antibiotics, if taken
    irregularly can induce resistance in the bodys
    immune system. This could cause common
    infections such as pneumonia to stop responding
    to the standard treatment and complications may
    arise from this situation

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(III) Drug Interaction
  • If we are taking different medicines, we often
    forget to take the ones before lunch. We tend to
    think, Whats the big deal, after all? This is
    a huge mistake! When two different medicines are
    taken at the same time, their chemicals cause a
    reaction. This is known as drug interaction.

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(IV) Decreased Productivity
  • The more you cheat on your medicine schedule, the
    longer you remain ill.With Anandakandas
    Medicine Intake Reminder System (MIRS), you can
    get timely reminders about your medicine
    schedules.

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(V) Increased Healthcare Cost
  • According to statistics, 33-69 of
    medicine-related hospital admissions in the US
    are due to poor medicine schedule adherence, with
    a resulting estimated cost as high as 100
    billion a year. 

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