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How a Vibrating Watch Can Help with Urge Incontinence

May 27, 2014 2 min read

Urge incontinence often comes in waves and without warning. The condition affects millions of people in the U.S. and can cause disruptions in one’s work, social and personal life. One effective way to manage this condition is bladder retraining.

This process involves creating a timed voiding schedule, which is essentially a schedule of when you’ll use the bathroom throughout the day. Timed voiding programs are designed to help people increase their bladder’s capacity to hold urine and to learn how to control sudden bladder spasms.

Creating a voiding schedule is simple, but keeping up with it can be tricky. Time can quickly pass right by when you’re busy attending meetings, dropping off and picking up kids from practices, and preparing dinner. This is where a vibrating reminder watch comes in.

Vibrating watches help you stay on top of your voiding schedule with a discreet reminder each time it’s time to go. Depending on the model, reminder watches can be programmed to go off at set intervals (e.g. every two hours) or at specific times (e.g. 1 p.m. , 3:15 p.m.). Watches with independent alarms are ideal for those with a flexible schedule. The vibrating alert on these watches is discreet, which helps prevent unwanted attention. For those who want a sound alert, there are watches that offer that option as well.

Our customers really enjoy the VibraLITE 3 vibrating watch. This reminder watch features an auto restart countdown mode with sound and/or vibration. It comes in a variety of colors and designs that work well for both children and adults.

If you are your loved one experiences urge incontinence, try a vibrating reminder watch to regain bladder control. Vibrating reminder watches can also be used for medication reminders, glucose monitoring, sports refereeing and more.


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