Keep your friends close and your aspirin closer. My friend T§d didn’t like yesterdays post recommending keeping ones heart attack aspirin in the wallet because it isn’t available in the night. He wanted something tied around the neck like the dog tags which are always worn by military men. I found a little Listerine™ mouth freshener case which is just the right size so I made a little locket case hung on an elastic line. I removed an elastic line from an old name card holder and glued it onto the back of the little case with Shoe Goo™.
These items are what I used to make my 24 hour available heart attack recovery kit.
Any silicone rubber glue should work well for this.
This little case if just right for holding the 24 hour instantly available aspirin tablets.
This is cheap and easy to do but is very important that you do it because nearly all human deaths are preceded by a blood clot. Heart attacks are the most dramatic form of blood clot but every organ of the body is essential and a clot can interrupt the blood flow to any one of them with disastrous effects. Usually this event will be perceived by the person having the clot. It they take a standard 325 mg aspirin tablet for approximately every 50 pounds (20 kg) of body weight immediately there is a good chance of clearing the clot before irreparable damage is sustained.
For more information on why to always have aspirin instantly available see:
Keep your friends close and your aspirin closer.
Update the next day. I wore this little aspirin container to bed last night without it bothering me. However, it does make a rattling sound occasionally so I put a little cotton wad in with the tablets to prevent them from wiggling about.