Have you ever thought about what would happen, if you were found unconscious, and your family knew nothing about your medical history? Or even yet, what would you do if you ever had a stroke and were unable to let anyone know of your allergies and unable to talk? Most of us, if we have ever been to the hospital, then the hospital should know about our history, but sometimes, physicians do not look at our past records, and more importantly what if no one were there to give the information for us. What if you were traveling out of state, on this luxury trip and became ill and passed out? The Living the Dream company, has come out with some great creative products that may help alleviate some of the worry, and in fact help should the situation arise.
Living the Dream has come out with 4 different types of wristbands letting the medical community know of important needed information when it comes to your health, and if you are unable to speak. These silicone bands are 8 inches and are 1/2 inch wide. They are ideal for small to medium frame adults or teens. They are free from metals and latex for those of us that have latex allergies, which now-a-days is becoming more prominent as many hospital's and doctor's offices are now becoming Latex free due to the many latex allergies people face. They are also very comfortable, light weight, and very easy to slip on and off without needing someone's help, plus they will not discolor your skin like most of those metal medical bracelets once you get them wet. They come in easy to read letters and assorted colors and are perfect for anyone and everyone that has any of the below medical issues.
- Alert!! Type 1 Diabetes
- Alert!! Diabetes Type 2
- Penicillin Allergy
- Coumadin Medical Alert
You can check out the following links below if you would like to purchase these awesome bracelets as peace of mind.
Alert!! Type 1 Diabetes
Alert!! Diabetes Type 2
Coumadin Medical Alert
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