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When faced with incontinence problems and other bladder health issues, especially in old age, many people are so embarrassed they have no idea where to turn or what incontinence products to trust. They don’t want to ask friends and family for help because they’re afraid people will judge them for their inability to hold urine or make it through the night without peeing. After all, urinating during sleep are issues that only affect children, right? Unfortunately, that’s wrong. Tens of millions...

Although no one really likes to talk about it, male incontinence is a far more common issue than many people think. Affecting a huge portion of the population, it’s true that women are more likely to experience the symptoms of poor bladder health than men, but millions of men deal with this unwanted issue too! In fact, guys can sometimes find it even more difficult to acknowledge and seek help for bladder health issues because of the feeling that it makes...

Bladder problems in women can make getting a restful night’s sleep an incredibly difficult task. You know that getting the right amount of rest each night is absolutely necessary, and we’ve previously discussed that going to bed earlier to accommodate your nightly trips to the restroom is wise. It is, however, easy to make time for other things at the expense of getting plenty of sleep. There are a couple of reasons why that might be a bad idea and...

Bladder leakage products may be necessary if you’re experiencing a change in bladder health. We’ve previously discussed a number of different ways that you can prevent a urinary tract infection, but are your bladder and UTIs linked to each other? Well, according to an article from Healthline, “urinary incontinence isn’t a condition; it’s a symptom.” They also note that “incontinence could be a sign of something simple like too much fluid consumption, but it also can signal a more serious...

Bladder problems in women can be a major problem. Many women are in the exact same boat as you, and, unfortunately, a number of these women let their embarrassment about the issue keep them from doing anything about it. Because your doctor might not ask you about bladder health during your next physical, it is important for you to be the one doing the talking; the number one thing to keep in mind is that you’re not alone and it...

Women everywhere have been talking about THINX, the underwear that’s designed to set us free from tampons and maxi pads, not to mention the shame of leaking during menstruation. Made up of four ultra-thin, antimicrobial, moisture-wicking, leak-resistant, and absorbent micro-layers, THINX underwear can be worn all day during your period and are guaranteed not to spring a leak. They’re pretty incredible and we’ve yet to read a review in which THINX failed to live up to their stain-fighting potential. But what about...

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “More than 13 million women have diabetes, or about one in 10 women ages 20 and older.” There are several different types of diabetes, each with their own set of complications and symptoms. Fatigue, extreme thirst, blurred vision, and tingling in the hands and feet are well-known symptoms of both Type 1 and Type II diabetes, but fewer people realize that urinary incontinence issues are a consequence of diabetes, including frequent...

You practically had to drag your best friend to the Indian restaurant. She’s not usually the type to try exotic new foods; she’s more of a burger and fries kind of girl. But you begged and begged her to try something new and she finally agreed. Then you watched her take her first bite of curry and make the most hilarious face in the world! You burst out laughing the hardest, most gut-wrenching laugh...

Whether you suffer from female urinary incontinence or not, you probably want to look and feel your best. We’re all concerned about maintaining a healthy weight and have read the reports about how toxic sugar can be to the body. Not only is it toxic, but it’s one of the most addictive substances in the world, so even though we know what it’s doing to us, we just can’t give up the sweet treats. We Consume Tons Of Sugar Don’t buy it?...

When you consider that one in three women struggles to control her bladder, it becomes clear that much of the time these women spend managing their incontinence symptoms is time spent at work. Your responsibilities, deadlines, and meetings give you enough to deal with while you’re on the job, so adding bladder leakage to that list can disrupt your workday and cause a lot of frustration. Consider These Tips For Incontinence Care At Work: Limit Liquid Intake Keeping your bladder emptier during the...

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