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Warehousing is quite an important medicine distribution aspect and we, at Shree Enterprise are well equipped with a spacious
warehouse having a variety of modern and comprehensive facilities.

1. Advice on buying medicine

There are many websites that operate legally and offer convenience, privacy, and safeguards for purchasing medicines. But there are also many "rogue websites" that offer to sell potentially dangerous drugs that have not been checked for safety or effectiveness. Though a rogue site may look professional and legitimate, it could actually be an illegal operation.

These rogue sites often sell counterfeit medicines which

  • may be not approved by your National Health Agency
  • may not answer to safe standards
  • may interfere with other of your medicines
  • may not be labeled, stored, or shipped correctly
  • Don't buy from websites that sell prescription drugs without a prescription.
  • Don't buy from websites that offer to prescribe a drug for the first time without a physical exam by your doctor or by answering an online questionnaire.
  • Check with your state board of pharmacy to see if an online pharmacy has a valid pharmacy license and meets state quality standards.
  • Look for privacy and security policies that are easy to find and easy to understand.
  • Don't give any personal information—such as a social security number, credit card information, or medical or health history—unless you are sure the website will keep your information safe and private.
  • Use legitimate websites that have a licensed pharmacist to answer your question.
  • Prepare a travel medical kit suitable for your destination.
  • Take the quantity of drugs you need for the entire length of your trip.
  • Take your medical prescriptions with you (ask for the names of the molecules and the manufacturer’s name) and keep them with you in your carry-on luggage (you may be asked for them at borders).
  • Only buy your medicines through a legal channel.
  • Make sure you abide by the conditions of storage for the drugs to ensure that they remain stable and effective (e.g. do not expose them to over-high temperatures).
  • When you are buying drugs, make sure that the packaging is undamaged and that there are no visible anomalies on the box, in the instructions for use, the blister pack, or in the drugs themselves.

2. Read before you take a pill

Find out the name of your medication, Ask questions about how to use the medication, Know what your medication is for, Read medicine labels and follow directions , Keep all of your health care providers informed about your medications and dietary supplements , Keep the list of your medications with you at all times and let a loved one know. what the possible side effects are how, when and how much I should take, how long my doctor expects me to take it for, how to store it safely (for example, in the fridge),how to stop taking it safely

3. How to come out of habbit forming consumption of medicine

Patterns don't take hold instantly. It takes time for a pattern to become a pattern or for an action to become a habit. Pretend you drink everyday (at least once), and you have a goal of completely becoming sober from drinking alcohol. Instead of quitting cold turkey and suddenly stop drinking, meanwhile putting yourself at risk for withdrawal, it is easier and more efficient to limit yourself to smaller drinking patterns. Setting small goals such as only allowing yourself one drink today with dinner rather than a drink with every meal makes it easier to follow and easier to track how well you are progressing in your goals, therefore motivating you to continue your journey.

Staying away from temptations is a lot easier than you think. You contribute to your addiction or bad habits when you put yourself in familiar places where your triggers are present. The world is full of fun activities; you don't have to be limited to a bar or a pill to have a good time. If your friends try forcing you to come out and drink or do drugs with them while you are attempting to get sober, then be honest and upfront with them. Good friends will help you achieve your goal, not set you backwards.

How bad do you want to be successful at breaking a bad habit and forming a positive one? Use that strength to remove temptations from your life. Certain people also trigger giving into our habits. Avoiding these people and their influence is the best solution to getting away from any triggers they may cause. Out of sight, out of mind.

Finding something similar to your bad habit can help you easily replace it. If you only have the choice to give into your habit or stay at an equilibrium, your habit will likely influence your choosing. If you have two choices, one new choice and one old choice, you have a better chance at picking the new choice that will help you form a positive habit since it puts you at an elevated level compared to where you were before.

For example, when someone who uses drugs feel stressed, they are more inclined to use the drugs than to not use the drugs and deal with stress on their own. Using the drugs puts them at a higher point than before but not using keeps them at the same stressful level. Instead, if you have the option to use drugs or go for a walk to get rid of stress you might pick going for a walk since the walk will likely de-stress your mind and body and put you at a better state than before.

If you drink alcohol when going out with friends and want to get sober, try a new non-alcoholic drink. You will still enjoy having something in your hand and tasting a good drink (keeping the same patterns as before), but this time it won't be giving into your bad habit. As you start to replace your bad choices with better choices, you will likely reach for the better choice first, without even contemplating it!

Loving yourself is a big key in removing the chains your addiction or bad habits have locked you into. Fighting the need to use or give into your habits can be very exhausting, often resulting in caving in. This is where a strong mind and strong love for yourself comes into play. When you are in that moment, ask yourself, "Will this really better me? I love myself too much to give into this habit that will only make me feel temporary pleasure, while putting me at a worse state for the future." Love yourself enough to stop yourself from doing damage to your present and future. You are responsible for your actions and the consequences that comes along with them. Stop and think about how your decisions will truly affect you, and only then should you make the decision.

We've all made mistakes in the past. Today is the day to learn from them. Take hold of what you know has resulted from those bad decisions. Do you want to relive that pain over and over again? Keep your goal of what new habit you want to form or what habit you want to break in mind, and stick to achieving it one step at a time.

Once you learn to live without your habit, you won't feel the need for it in your life anymore. Take control of your body and your mind. You are in charge; you have finally unlocked the chains. You are free.

You have to start somewhere. Get up, and start today.

4. Go for medicine + food (natural nutrients)

  • Don't Drink Sugar Calories. ...
  • Eat Nuts. ...
  • Avoid Processed Junk Food (Eat Real Food Instead) ...
  • Don't Fear Coffee. ...
  • Eat Fatty Fish. ...
  • Get Enough Sleep. ...
  • Take Care of Your Gut Health With Probiotics and Fiber. ...
  • Drink Some Water, Especially Before Meals.
  • Take your medication at the same time every day.
  • Tie taking your medications with a daily routine like brushing your teeth or getting ready for bed. ...
  • Keep a “medicine calendar” with your pill bottles and note each time you takea dose.
  • Use a pill container.

5. You will is the best health restorer/generator

  • Eat a Diverse Range of Foods. ...
  • Eat Lots of Vegetables, Legumes, Beans and Fruit. ...
  • Eat Fermented Foods. ...
  • Don't Eat Too Many Artificial Sweeteners. ...
  • Eat Prebiotic Foods. ...
  • Breastfeed for at Least Six Months. ...
  • Eat Whole Grains. ...
  • Eat a Plant-Based Diet.

6. Medicine is not the last resort

medication is a one of better option when medicine is the last resort of anyone.

7. Donate excess medicines not used

let the experts to handle it, dispose of them to yourself, donate them.

8. Few sincere words that can cure ailment

  • Drink plenty of fluids – water is best.
  • There's no evidence that over-the-counter cough mixtures work. ...
  • Try sucking lozenges.
  • Some over-the-counter medicines can help relieve cold or flu symptoms, such as a blocked nose, fever and headache. ...

If you smoke, try to stop smoking.

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