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Taking your medication effectively and following your pharmacist’s instructions isn’t always easy. Here are a few tips to help you meet this challenge.
Most pharmacists have heard the following comment: “You know, I don’t really like taking medication.” This sentiment is shared by many individuals. Although medication is beneficial, we would prefer to do without it. However, to preserve health, prevent or treat illnesses or ease symptoms, people of all ages must turn to drug therapy.
It is crucial to carefully follow your doctor’s and pharmacist’s advice and instructions when it comes to medication. This allows you to reap all of the benefits and limit the risks and inconveniences, such as side effects or overdoses.
Certain factors can make taking medication and treatment adherence more difficult. Furthermore, we may sometimes have (or find!) reasons for not following a drug therapy.
Here are some examples of arguments raised and of advice pertaining to them. We hope that this advice will help you to take your medication as prescribed, consistently and as long as necessary.
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