Regain Confidence: Incontinence Nappies To Improve Your Quality Of Life

Regain Confidence Incontinence Nappies To Improve Your Quality Of Life

Incontinence is a condition characterised by the involuntary loss of urine or faeces that affects millions worldwide, often causing significant distress and embarrassment. The condition can be managed through various methods, including medication and behavioural therapies. However, incontinence products like adult diapers have been designed to significantly improve the quality of life for those who suffer from this condition. Incontinence nappies offer a practical and… read more >

Is Incontinence After My Period Normal?

Incontinence is already a topic women don’t like to discuss, especially younger women. So the topic of incontinence before, during, and/or after a period is almost completely unspoken. But for many women, regardless of age, incontinence during the menstrual cycle does occur. For some women it occurs the week before. For others it is during their period. And for some it is after their period…. read more >

10 Best Female and Male Incontinence Home Remedies

Incontinence is often seen as an embarrassing condition. And while there are medical treatments and medications that can help, sometimes they are just not enough. Sometimes we need to add some holistic remedies that complement the medical treatments. Of course, you should always check home remedies with your doctor first, to ensure they won’t interact with your medications. Today we are going to talk about… read more >

Enlarged Prostate and Incontinence

Urinary incontinence can significantly impact a man’s quality of life. It can make it hard to sit through lengthy meetings and aisle seats become a necessity so there’s an easy escape to a bathroom. It may even become necessary to wear incontinence pads and underwear. Normally the brain will alert you to use the bathroom when your bladder is only partially full. This gives you… read more >

How Your Diet Plays a Role in Incontinence

We all know we need to eat healthy, with a diet rich in fruit, vegetables, lean protein, water and wholegrains. It helps ward off diseases, maintains body functions and provides you with the right amount of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. But eating and drinking the right things can also have a drastic effect on your bladder, especially is you suffer from incontinence. What we put… read more >

Faecal Incontinence and Romance – How to Have a Discussion with Your Partner

Faecal incontinence can be difficult to live with at the best of times. It is even harder when you are single and looking to date. Are you single and avoiding meeting new people, dating or sex? Are you married and worried your partner no longer finds you attractive? Incontinence during intimate moments can be frustrating for all involved. Most of us have trouble talking about… read more >

4 Myths About Accidental Bowel Leakage

Accidental Bowel Leakage – also known as ABL – is a condition few like to discuss. Like urinary incontinence, faecal incontinence is often considered a taboo subject. Both carry a stigma that’s hard to shake. Yet millions of people around the world struggle with ABL regularly. Today we’re going to discuss the 4 common myths about accidental bowel leakage as well as bowel retraining. 1:… read more >

4 Behavioural Changes to Manage Urinary Incontinence

Thankfully incontinence is not a life-threatening medical condition. However, it can significantly affect your quality of life. Those suffering from incontinence often stop traveling, visiting family and friends, and exercising. Basically, incontinence stops people doing the activities they love. However, approximately 70% of urinary incontinence can be significantly improved simply be changing behavioural habits. Behavioural therapy, either alone or in combination with medication therapy, was… read more >

What Should I Ask My Doctor About Incontinence?

There are things people find difficult or embarrassing to discuss with their doctors. Incontinence is often one of them. However, it is important to remember that your doctor is professionally trained in handling health issues, including toilet habits. Your doctor would rather you discuss any health issues you have, even if they’re of an intimate nature, before the problem gets worse. To help you get… read more >

Obesity and Incontinence

We all know that being overweight impacts our health. And while scientists and researchers are still trying to discover exactly what extent it impacts or health, it is generally agreed that obesity contributes to a wide range of medical conditions. These include: Being obese can also reduce quality of life. It limits mobility, makes travel difficult and has been found to diminish self-esteem. However, one… read more >