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Stylish Medical Alert Bracelets

By Edited Nov 20, 2013 0 2

For the over 17 million people affected by diabetes in America, it is crucial for them to own a medical alert bracelet. Medical Alert bracelets help save lives everyday, by informing people of any relevant health information to an individual's condition. The medical alert bracelet is an imperative part of people's lives; especially useful in the case of stroke, seizure or any sort of incapacitation. Basically, the medical alert bracelet will help diagnose a problem as fast as possible, so it can be treated just as quickly.

There really is no question regarding the value of having a medical alert bracelet, but that doesn't mean that everyone's bracelet has to look the same. In fact, in response to the growing number of people who require the bracelet, it is now possible to choose from many different styles and designs. If you have to wear it everyday, then why shouldn't it suit you?

Customize Your Medical Alert Bracelet

The classic design for the medical alert bracelet is usually made of stainless steel. Of course, you are not restricted to just that. Medical alert bracelets also come in silver, sterling silver, titanium and even in gold. The solid space of the bracelet is where the medical information is engraved. You have the choice of getting the information debossed or embossed.

For the active type, you might like to opt for a more sporty design for your bracelet. Usually, the sporty design contains silicone or nylon in order to make the bracelet more comfortable. Waterproof bracelets are also a good idea to consider.

There are of course different bracelet sizes to choose from, depending on whether or not you want something chunky or slim. Medical bracelets can range anywhere from $24 to $39, depending of course, on the design. The important thing is that the bracelet is visible, so feel at liberty to make it as noticeable as possible.

Also, you can add some little details of your own. Some people add charms, others like gemstones. These can add an endearing touch to the bracelet if you are looking to match up the bracelet to some evening wear. Jewelry type medical alert bracelets will be anywhere in the hundreds of dollars price range.

Things to look for in a Medical Alert Bracelet

1) The size and comfort of the bracelet are the foremost factors to be considered when choosing the right bracelet. If it's too big you risk losing it. If it's too small it will feel tight and uncomfortable.

2) Also, make sure that the clasp is secure and stays shut when you lock it. The last thing you want is to have the bracelet fall, break or get lost.

3) Since most people need to wear the bracelet at all times, it is really good to choose a durable, waterproof bracelet. That way you can be sure it won't fall apart, corrode or rust.

4) Make sure all relevant health information is specific and clear. The most important thing is that there are absolutely no errors or missing information.

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Comments

Aug 28, 2009 3:49am
egmartinez
So far I've managed to elude the diabetes that runs rampantly through my family. I like the idea of adding personal touches like charms to a Medical Alert Bracelet though - hopefully I'll never need this information, but if I do, I appreciate this article!
May 6, 2011 12:56am
medicalalertnecklace
Thanks for sharing
The purpose of a medical alert id is to 1Ctalk 1D for you when you may not be able to talk during an emergency. It will act as your personal safety measure by telling medical attendants or doctors of specific medical ailments or allergies.
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