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3 Tips to Help You Remember to Take Your Vitamins

If you’ve set a New Year’s resolution to take your vitamins regularly, you may be wondering how you can remember to do so. No matter how busy you are, taking a few capsules with water every day should be simple. Here are three ideas to help you remember to take your vitamins.

Pill Prep

To get started, sort out the vitamins that you plan on taking on a regular basis. Make a note of which pills you need to take daily, weekly, or in another specified time frame. You can lay these out by using a pill box or small plastic bags for each day. It might seem odd if you’ve never used this method before, but it will help you keep track of which vitamins you have taken each day. Set a designated day each week to refill them.

Setting Reminders

Another one of the strategies you can use is setting daily reminders to take your vitamins. These reminders can be handwritten or programmed into a smartphone. For example, a simple method for remembering is to write yourself a message on a sticky note and then to place it somewhere you’ll see it each day. If you make daily “to do” lists, you can also include it in your tasks that need to be accomplished and cross it off when you have taken your vitamins. You can make it more advanced by using a cell phone to set a daily calendar event or alarm. Many phones also allow you to download applications for tracking daily habits so you can monitor your vitamin intake. Reminders like these are one of the strategies used by healthcare as well!

Leave Them Out

If you’re not opposed to having your vitamins out in the open, you can place them near objects that you use daily. For example, if you make coffee at home every morning, you could put your vitamins near your coffee maker. You may also want to try leaving the bottle on your bathroom sink by your toothbrush or contact lens case. If you decide to go this route, we recommend keeping a cup close by to make the reminder as convenient as possible.

Vitamins are something you should be taking regularly. Even though it’s hard to remember, try experimenting with these different tools to see what works best for you. The more tips and tricks you try, the more likely you are to remember to take your vitamins.

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