There are several type of urinary incontinences. We’ve talked extensively about stress incontinence and urge incontinence, however there is one type of incontinence you may not know much about: functional incontinence. Read More
Summer is finally here! It’s time to hit up the beaches and sit by the pool. But what do you if you suffer from incontinence? The answer: SoSecure Swim Briefs.
These unique swim briefs are designed to help you get back into the water so you don’t have to miss out on swimming. The SoSecure Swim Briefs are originally intended for people with fecal incontinence, but can also be used for urinary incontinence.
This week is a special time to celebrate the men in your life. National Men’s Health Week focuses on raising awareness of men’s health issues and encouraging early detection and treatment of diseases in men. Read More
Urinary incontinence and road trips are generally not a good mix. Sudden urges, a lack of bathrooms, and diaper leaks all can prevent you from hitting the road. But it doesn’t have to be that way. With preparation and the right supplies, road trips while managing incontinence can be stress-free. Follow the tips below to help control your flow. Read More
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. Read More
Although urinary incontinence affects more than 25 million people in the United States, it isn’t a very popular subject to talk about. And because of this miscommunication, there are many misconceptions about the condition. Below, we dispel five of the most common myths about incontinence. Read More
“I’m new to wearing adult diapers. There are so many brands available and I don’t know which one to pick. Is there a specific brand I should try?”
People who are new to wearing adult diapers may get overwhelmed by the vast options of incontinence products. Should you a buy store brand versus a name brand? Is Depends the best brand?
Urinary incontinence can be a nuisance for people who lead busy lives. From work meetings to children’s sports games, life can get hectic, leaving you to constantly change your incontinence products on the go. In order to make this process easier, incorporate these tips into your daily routine. Read More
Incontinence pads are ideal for people with light incontinence. This means you don’t so much that you need an adult brief, but you leak just enough to need some light protection to keep dry. Incontinence pads are not one size fits all; in fact, they come in different lengths, widths, styles and absorbencies. One person may choose the Tena Pads
, while another person may prefer the Tena Serenity Active Ultra pads
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. Read More
Many people who suffer from urinary incontinence are often turned off by the sight of adult briefs and diapers. They may envision a white, bulky plastic brief that, frankly, isn’t very attractive. However, the incontinence underwear of today are actually less bulky and look more like normal underwear. Read More
If you’re on the hunt for reliable waterproof protection, read below to find out why you need chux pads:
Chux pads offer endless uses. Aside from protecting the mattress and furniture from spills, incontinence and bedwetting, chux pads can be used to keep the floors dry from wet sports equipment and wet shoes.