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Unrefreshed Mornings - Bane of incontinence

Unrefreshed Mornings - Bane of incontinence

Delaying a trip to the bathroom may seem easy for most of us, but there are many people for whom holding their bathroom urges is not an option. Urinary incontinence is a medical condition where a person cannot hold their urine and urine leaks before they can make it to the bathroom. This can happen to anyone but is more common in older people, especially elderly women over the age of 60. People suffering from medical conditions like multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, dementia etc. are also known to experience urinary incontinence. In women, incontinence can happen even during pregnancy, childbirth, and the onset of menopause. In men, prostate problems can hamper urination leading to incontinence. Incontinence in elderly people is a...
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Diet to manage incontinence

Diet to manage incontinence

If you are suffering from urinary incontinence you may often feel the intense need to void. This happens because your bladder muscles are contracting even when it's not full. People with urine leakage frequently have the urge to urinate and often look for ways to manage it, like incorporating diaper pants for adults as an integral part of your daily life. There are a lot of methods that can help you manage incontinence better from bladder training to having a well-designed diet. Making lifestyle changes such as cutting down on food products or beverages that can potentially increase urine production can be helpful to a person suffering from urinary incontinence. While it is advisable to limit the consumption of these food...
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Acing different life stages with incontinence

Acing different life stages with incontinence

Most children are toilet-trained or develop bladder control between the ages of two and three. This control is then retained throughout their adult lives. Due to certain factors, when this control is lost by adult men or women, it is referred to as Urinary Incontinence. Incontinence can occur at any age, but it’s not an issue many are willing to discuss. It is known to have affected around 200 million people worldwide. Urinary Incontinence is twice as common in women as in men. Pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause are major reasons for the increased prevalence of incontinence in women as compared to men. Between the ages of 18 and 44, approximately 24% of women experience incontinence while approximately 23% of women...
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