Living with Incontinence

February 21, 2019
Improve Your Sleep Routine with These Tips

In general, when you have a shift job it is difficult to establish a healthy sleep routine. The rotating of shifts, the guards, the overtime, and the inability to sleep when you are supposed to do it, and having to do it with daylight or noise prevent our body from resting as it should. But […]

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February 21, 2019
Skincare & Incontinence

Our skin over the years is weakening and suffering as it changes, which can affect the loss of elasticity and hydration. Over the years, adult skin receives less blood flow, which causes wounds to take a longer time to heal. Therefore, it is vital to take care of every small injury that may arise. There […]

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January 23, 2019
Learn to Relax to Live Better

We have all had periods of stress and anxiety in our lives. These periods are prone to making us more alert than what we are used to and therefore have immediate consequences for our mind and body. It is possible to stop thinking about what overwhelms you this being the reason why you must learn […]

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January 23, 2019
Disconnect from Work on your Days Off

All of us have stressful days, some days worse than others. We think that the day is never going to end, constantly watching the clock. The worst of those days is as we get home it is very difficult to disconnect from the day, especially if the stressful situations are constant and we don’t have […]

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January 7, 2019
Easy New Year's Resolutions to Achieve Great Changes!

Often with the New Year we set ourselves great goals that over the months we are not able to fulfil. These are exceptionally large achievements that require a profound transformation and that is precisely why we leave it quickly because we don’t see fast changes and we frustrate ourselves. Sometimes we don’t need such great […]

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January 7, 2019
Obesity as a Risk Factor for Incontinence

For several years obesity has been linked as a risk factor for incontinence. Numerous studies link both pathologies, especially in women, although it affects both sexes and from an early age. According to experts, overweight and obesity are the main risk factor for urinary incontinence (UI), although they point out that weight loss can be […]

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December 12, 2018
Boost Your Confidence This Festive Season

The festive season is nearly upon us and with that brings much cheer, but unfortunately for some it can also bring up some uncomfortable feelings. When we think of parties and get togethers, some people tend to shy away from the festivities due to fears around bladder weakness or incontinence. Despite these fears, it is […]

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January 23, 2017
Diabetes and Incontinence

People with diabetes can experience challenges with controlling their bladder and bowel.

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September 20, 2016
Anxiety and Incontinence

Incontinence episodes are often a cause for anxiety. Studies of the relationship between incontinence and anxiety have shown that due to incontinence being shown as an embarrassing social taboo and stigmatised by the media, people often feel ashamed to seek help even though incontinence is a treatable condition and can often be reversed.

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