Urinary Incontinence

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Urinary incontinence among women is very common—a quarter of people over 20 years old and half of people over 40 are estimated to suffer from urinary incontinence and the rates of incontinence increase with age, obesity, pregnancy, and birth (especially vaginal birth). However, only a quarter of these women will seek help from their medical provider (Already serious).

What is urinary incontinence?

Running, sneeze, laughing, prostate or after surgery and so on, which can cause urinary incontinence easily.

Urinary incontinence a condition where a person involuntarily leaks urine. This could be just a few drops or a complete emptying of your bladder. Parturients, the elderly, patients with prostatitis or athletes are all high-frequency groups. Incontinence is often considered taboo, and for reasons of embarrassment, fear, usually they will discuss it in private, and then think it is a normal phenomenon, without arousing attention.

Aside from the inconvenience of having to wear panty liners or frequently changing your underwear, urinary incontinence can have negative impacts on health and quality of life.People often experience anxiety and depression related to their urinary incontinence, which can affect work performance and social. Some elderly would refuse to go out in case of urinary incontinence, over time they will be grumpy.

What can I do to prevent urinary incontinence?

Choose the right product. Lots of men balk at the idea of using pads or disposable undergarments. But not only do they stop leaks, they can protect skin from irritation and block odour. Best of all, they can help you regain confidence. You may be surprised at the number of product options. Unlike the big, bulky “adult diapers” you might imagine, today’s incontinence pads and undergarments are designed to be comfortable and unnoticeable. We have a range of male incontinence products that come in different levels of absorbency & sizes to ensure you can find the product most comfortable for you, whatever you are doing. The product you choose should depend on your symptoms.

Maintain a healthy pelvic floor and core strength. You can do this by performing Kegel exercises, core and balance exercises, or by practicing using your pelvic floor muscles to stop your urine stream mid-flow.Decrease alcohol and caffeine intake, as these will increase the need to pee.

Don’t stop drinking water or fluids, but try to consume small amounts of fluids throughout the day.

Maintain a healthy weight.

Seek help from a doctor if the condition is serious.

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