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NEW Attends Bariatric Underwear Offers Extra Absorbency and Coverage

by Chelsea Wardach April 16, 2015 1 min read

Attends has recently redesigned its Extra XXL Protective Underwear (#AP0750) to create a more absorbent underwear with better coverage and protection. The new product is now called Attends Bariatric Underwear (#AU50) and fits waist sizes 68” to 80”.
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Products You Need to Protect Against Nighttime Incontinence

by Chelsea Wardach April 15, 2014 2 min read

More than 26 million Americans suffer from urinary incontinence, and of those people, 2 percent are affected by nighttime incontinence, or adult bedwetting. This condition can be difficult to maintain, leading to frustrations with wet beds and skin infections. Read below to find out what essentials you need to protect against nighttime incontinence.
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Survey Shows Positive Changes with Bedwetting Alarms

by Chelsea Wardach February 04, 2014 2 min read

Although bedwetting alarms are the most effective treatment for primary enuresis, many parents are still unfamiliar with the alarms and skeptical of its effectiveness. The Bedwetting Store recently published new survey results, which may provide some reassurance for parents who may be uncertain about using a bedwetting alarm for their child.
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How to Protect Your Mattress from Adult Bedwetting

by Chelsea Wardach January 23, 2014 2 min read

Mattress protection is critical when dealing with adult bedwetting. Disposable products, such as adult briefs and protective underwear, may help protect the mattress, but accidents can happen. If you or your loved one experiences enuresis at night, there are various waterproof pads that can be used to keep the mattress dry and clean.
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New Prevail Products Added to National Incontinence

by Chelsea Wardach October 01, 2013 1 min read

We work hard to bring our customers the best absorbent and comfortable incontinence products in the market. This past week, we’ve added two new products from leading brand Prevail.
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Best Plastic Diapers for Adult Bedwetting

by Chelsea Wardach May 23, 2013 1 min read

Nowadays, companies are steering away from traditional plastic backed adult diapers and producing more cloth-like briefs that are breathable and more discreet. However, for those who prefer plastic back diapers, we carry a variety of extra absorbent products, great for nighttime incontinence. These briefs not only last several hours, but also are comfortable and soft to the touch.
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How to Prevent Diaper Leaks with Booster Pads

by Chelsea Wardach May 14, 2013 1 min read

If you’ve ever experienced a leaky diaper, you know how frustrating and embarrassing that can be. Your clothes get wet, your bed sheets become stained, and your laundry just piles up.

A great way to prevent leaky diapers (besides wearing the right size and type) is to use a booster pad.

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How Bedwetting Alarms Can Help Caregivers

by Bryan Mercer April 04, 2013 2 min read

Adult diaper users need to be closely monitored and changed frequently – if left in a soiled diaper for too long, bedsores and skin infections can develop. This causes problems for both the affected individual and his and her caregiver. Bedwetting alarms are great tools that help caregivers know when a loved one has had a wetting accident and needs to be changed.
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Introducing the New Urine Odor-Eliminating HaloShield Underpad

by Chelsea Wardach March 07, 2013 1 min read

At National Incontinence, we’re always looking for new products that would help our customers manage their incontinence problems better. Well, we’re very excited to announce that we are now carrying the new HaloShield Underpad, a washable underpad that eliminates urine odors!
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New Infographic Guides Parents and Children on How to Treat Enuresis

by Chelsea Wardach December 13, 2012 1 min read

Nocturnal enuresis, or bedwetting, can be frustrating for both the parent and the child. Affecting more than five million children in the United States, bedwetting can be caused by a variety of factors including genetics, food sensitivities, high urine production during sleep, and constipation. Many parents wait it out, in hopes that their child will simply “grow out” of bedwetting.
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New Infographic Illustrates History of Nocturnal Enuresis Treatments

by Chelsea Wardach November 29, 2012 1 min read

For those wondering what types of nocturnal enuresis (bedwetting) treatments were available before the invention of the bedwetting alarms we have today, there’s a new infographic that chronicles the history of bedwetting treatments.
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