Apple Watch: Now iPhone and Apple Watch will tell it’s time to take medicine

Apple Watch: Apple has recently launched Apple Watch and iPhone 14 series. Apple has launched a special feature in these devices. With its help, it will be easy for you to take care of your health. In the Medicines app on your Apple Watch, you can keep track of your medications and log them with reminders. You can manage the medicines, vitamins and supplement foods you take in the Health app on your iPhone. Here we show you how to set up medication schedules on iPhone.

 How to set up medication schedules on Apple Watch and iPhone

  • Open the Health app on your iPhone, tap Browse in the bottom right, then tap Medicines.
  • Tap Add medication.
  • To identify the drug To do this, do one of the following:
  1. Type a name: Tap the search field, fill in a name, then tap Add.
  2. In the US only, suggestions appear as you type. You can select the drug for you or tap Add to add it by typing in the name.
  3. Use the camera: (US only  iPhone SE, iPhone XS, iPhone XR, and later) In iPhone) tap the camera button next to the search field, then follow the onscreen instructions.
  • If there’s no match for your medication, tap Search by name, then type the name.
  • Help to create visual identifiers, set up schedules, and identify potential interactions Follow the onscreen instructions to do so.
  • By default, your Apple Watch will remind you when it’s time to take your medicines based on a schedule you create in the Health app on the iPhone. To log in for your medications, follow these steps.
  • If you’ve received a notification to log your medications, tap Notifications. Otherwise, open the Medicines app on your Apple Watch.
  • Tap on the current medication schedule—the medicines you take in the morning.
  • Tap on Log All As Taken .
  • Apple Watch records the dosage, the number of medications taken, and the time you take the medicine.
  • To log individual medications, scroll down, Under Your medications, tap a drug, then tap Log.
  • The log shows the drug name and the time logged.
  • Logged drug status To change, tap on it, tap Taken or Left, then tap Done.
  • To log and view your medication history on your iPhone, open the Health app, browse , then tap Medicines.

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