Hello Recovery Friends, Seekers, and Welcome New Visitors,
Now I know you wondering why a gal in recovery from “addicted gambling” would blog about a product? Well, last year we had a devastating blow to my husband’s family. My sister-in-law had passed away of “Prescription Drug Overdose” by taking all her Bipolar meds at once.
They ruled her death an “intentional Suicide”! This just blew all of us away. She had just been diagnosed with Bipolar with Mania & Manic severe depression and had to stop working the year before. She also lost her husband of a massive heart attack the year before as well, and just could never recover from all of it.
The family tried all they could to keep an eye on her, as she lived 2 hours away from them, so they took turns going up and staying with when they could, but to no avail. So when I met my
new friend Chris on Twitter, I asked if I could share his product called: “Safe Tote RX”….
So here is what Chris invented. If YOU have loved one’s who take prescription Meds, then I encourage you to please visit Chris’s Website and order his Safe Tote RX for your loved Today!
http://www.safetotere.com It may just save a life…..
SafeTote Rx ~ $14.99
SafeTote Rx TSA ~ $17.99
*The Need For Portable Medication Storage*
Today more than ever we have life-saving medications at our disposal. There are more medications than ever in the home, including prescription and over-the-counter pharmaceuticals, dietary supplements, vitamins, and herbals. As Safe Kids Worldwide states, “the pace of today’s lifestyle means that medications may not be properly stored immediately after use. A rise in multi-generational households increases the risk of children’s access to grandparents’ medications. Similarly, working and single parents who rely on multiple caregivers may not accurately coordinate the timing of children’s dosages; many of which are designed to taste good and may entice them to take the medication when unsupervised. And, of course, kids and especially young children are curious and love to put things in their mouths.
*Portable Medication Storage Container For Prescription Medications*
*Keep your medications safe and secure!*
- Keep curious children and pets safe
- Remove temptation
- Keeps frequently used medications in one location for easy access
- Keeps medications dry and free from most contaminants
- Ideal for travel
- Keep your medications private from others
- Holds up to eight standard prescription bottles on average
- Elastic bands secure eight bottles in place
- Lock and key protection
- Optional TSA lock upgrade with universal key for airport security inspection
- Water resistant medication storage travel bag
- Puncture resistant
- Scratch resistant
- Dimensions: Length 7″ Width 4″ Depth 2″
*Chris also has a blog on his website that has some great information and advice that he shares by way of blog posts. Here is one that I felt was important.*
*Who has access to your prescription medications?*
We have all read about prescription drug abuse, and how it is on the rise. We know there are many reasons that people take prescription drugs in ways that were not prescribed. Any time an individual takes a prescription drug that was prescribed to someone else, or takes a higher dose then prescribed, or takes them in a different way then they were prescribed such as snorting or injecting them, these are all forms of prescription drug abuse. This is a very dangerous practice, as the people who are taking these drugs in higher doses, or taking someone else’s medicines are putting themselves at risk. When doctors prescribe medications, they take into account potential side effects and weigh the side affects versus the benefit to make the decision to prescribe. Patients taking these medications incorrectly don’t have all the information they need to make a decision like the doctors do.
Some people take the medications to get high. Some take them to do better at school or work-people feel stimulants may help them achieve more. Some take prescription drugs to dull the pain, emotional or physical. All of these are forms of prescription drug abuse. What types of people abuse drugs? All types of people abuse prescription drugs, people you might not necessarily suspect. Teenagers and young adults abuse prescription drugs. Business men and Soccer moms are another subset that may abuse prescription drugs, when they are feeling overwhelmed. All types of people abuse prescription drugs, many of whom you might not suspect.
Where do these people get the drugs that they abuse? Surprisingly, they might be getting them from your medicine cabinet! When you host a party, do you lock your medications? When you hire a teenage babysitter do you make sure all of your medications are safely locked away? What about when your teenage child has a friend over? If you are having work done on your house, you might hide your jewelry, but do you think to put your prescriptions out of reach of the workers you have hired? Regular, everyday people abuse prescription drugs. The safest thing to do is to always keep your medications locked and out of sight and reach. *Posted on February 12, 2014 by Doug Jones.**Here is a little about Chris Dawson and how he came up with this helpful product*
Prescription medications can be very dangerous to children, pets and others. There is much information available on the subject of safely securing medications. See our News and Resources link for more information.
SafeTote Rx was designed by entrepreneur Chris Dawson, who battled with pain for years. Prior to having children, Chris saw the need for SafeTote Rx…
I want to thank Chris for letting me share his product and blog with all of you. I believe in this product, as if I’d known sooner, I would have bought one for my sister-in-law.
Facts are that 70,ooo people a day MISS USE their prescription drugs unintentional, and sadly, most are Seniors. This product just might be the answer!
GOD BLESS ALL,
Author, Catherine Townsend-Lyon
Author Of: “Addicted To Dimes”