Keep Your Drugs/pills Safe From Theft In Your Own Home!

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Just Human Says:


Many people have no Idea that when people come into your home and use your bathrooms, or babysit your children they will look through your medical cabinet looking for pills to sell or use to make themselves feel high! The sad thing is many times it is your own kids or there friends that will break the trust and when you go looking for a pill bottle it is not there or it has been filled with aspirin Etc..

Many times we do not use up the pain pills or muscle relaxer or other pills for mental or other problems if someone has has major or minor surgery some pills will just sit, in our bathroom cabinet easy to go through in just a short time we all leave them in our bathrooms! And if someone has Cancer that will be a marked home from your kids friends to find a way to get in your home. If you keep old medicines try this get a lockable box and keep your medicines not in the bathroom but locked up in the closet or under the bed under the sink . We need to be the first to keep our kids safe from temptations that peer pressure can cause. I have many ways to keep you and your kids safe so any questions ask If I can not help I am sure someone here can help.We have to keep our medicines safe or DEA will step in and make sure we suffer because we can not keep our kids from getting to our pills, even pills for our dogs and cats can be misused and should be watched.



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Just Human Says:

How to keep your drugs safe from misuse from friends or family! We live in a time where pills are sold for money and used to feel high or to impress their friends so that they can get drugs. I have seen kids take grandparents cancer pain medication and fill the bottle with over the counter vitamins so they can use them or sell them for up to 80 dollars a pill. If you use a small safes or lockable box's screwed to dresser or wall in a odd place like in your washroom or closet it is easy and will slow them down, but if they want your pills make it hard for them to take them!

I found out that when my friends found out I had cancer they came by to say I am sorry, I had cam recorder and was sad to see they look through my pills and take what they wanted. Another way to stop family or friends from taking your pills would be to say you have cameras recording all medicine boxes or lock boxes to stop pill takers in your home. Most people are good for the most part but a drug fend is to far gone and will cover up and try and do anything to feel high.

Any questions on keeping your drugs safe just ask!

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Roger Says:

Why hasn't someone made a pill bottle cap or a pill box when opened it will set off an alarm on your iPhone giving the time and date it was opened. I think this would be a great idea.
BTW a photo of the person opening it would be nice idea.

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David Says:

@Roger (post #2),

I think that's a fantastic idea you had about the 'time/date in which it is opened' being transmitted wirelessly to a smartphone app of some sort. The addition of a miniature digital camera on the cap taking a snapshot of whomever is opening the prescription, sounds like a feature pharmacies should already be putting into place in this era of technological advancements. It's probably only a matter of time before they get wise enough and begin taking more preventative measures against widespread abuse/theft. Drug companies have already started manufacturing tamper-proof pills. The next thing would likely be the bottle they come in; much like a barricade. Lol

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