When someone can’t pee in public due to fear it is called paruresis One of the most common phobias, people who suffer from paruresis have a paralyzing fear of going to the bathroom in front of others. They are struck by a kind of stage fright or performance anxiety that makes it nearly impossible for…

Generally speaking, men tend to have a much harder time accepting the fact that they must use incontinence products than women. This may be because they associate them with a loss of independence, even masculinity. But the truth is that urine collection bags, catheters, and so-called adult diapers can prevent embarrassing accidents that might exacerbate those very…

The right portable urinal can make all the difference When using a toilet is difficult, a portable urinal might be the perfect solution. These jug-like devices are designed to be comfortable and leak-proof. They have a convenient handle for easy use. Although different models exist for men and women, most of them can be used by everyone….

Protective Underwear helps to manage Incontinence Bladder control problems are not at all uncommon. In fact, the World Health Organizations states that more than 200 million people worldwide are affected. Although they cause embarrassment and anxiety in some patients, particularly while traveling, being in public or not having a bathroom nearby, the reality is that…

Before you buy incontinence products online learn what to look for Statistics show that 25 million Americans as well as 200 million people worldwide are affected by urinary control problems. It is a far more common issue than some people realize. Although it is commonly associated with getting older, it also affects many younger people….

Coping with Urinary Incontinence starts with education Urinary incontinence is probably more common than you think, and it is nothing to be ashamed of. Up to one-third of older adults experience some degree of incontinence, and at least half of people in nursing homes have some degree of urinary incontinence. If you experience this problem,…

Many Nighttime Falls Occur Getting Up to use the Bathroom Everyone ends up going the bathroom in the middle of the night sometimes, especially those of us suffering from urge incontinence. Unfortunately, nature has a curious sense of humor. For some reason, the older we get the more susceptible to urge incontinence we become, and…

There is a misconception that a catheter in the bladder is only for the elderly. However, the fact is anyone can find themselves in an unfortunate situation that requires the use of a catheter. Depending on your situation your doctor might insert an Indwelling catheter, intermittent catheter, or apply a condom catheter. An indwelling catheter serves the…

Kegel Exercises Strengthen Pelvic Floor Muscles to stop incontinence For centuries, women have been practicing the ancient art of the kegel to control urinary incontinence. Today, doctors still recommend kegel exercises as the first line of treatment for unexpected urine leakage. The only way to get a proper kegel workout is with a device that…

Kegel Exercises Can Stop Urinary Incontinence Sometimes it happens in the morning, sometimes in the middle of the night. You’re just waiting for it to happen during the day while other people are around. You hope you’ll be able to control it if you try hard enough, but you don’t really believe you can. You…

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