The Importance of Pelvic Floor Exercises

Improve Your Quality of Life with Pelvic Floor Exercises Pelvic floor exercises are great ways of preventing and treating incontinence problems. They are designed to strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor, and increase people’s ability to hold urine for longer. As women get older, the muscles lose their flexibility, and this can cause light […]

How To Do Daily Kegel Exercises

Kegel Exercises Improve your Well-Being and Train Your Pelvic Muscles The pelvic floor supports the uterus and as they get weaker, incontinence can occur. The good news is that an increasing number of incontinence patients are realizing that in some cases there is no need for medical treatment or surgery: Kegel exercises are able to […]

Paruresis, Shy Bladder, Bashful Bladder, Pee Shy

What is Paruresis? Over 17 million people suffer from the social anxiety disorder called paruresis (par-YOU-ree-sis), which is Latin for abnormal bladder. The term and even classification that this is a true disorder may be new to you, but you probably have heard of and even know people in this same situation, referred to as […]

Get Rid Of Smells With Urizyme Odor Eliminator

Rid Lingering Odors with UriZyme Urine odors can linger long after cleaning the area that was wet. The same is true of vomit, blood, feces, pet odors, and grease smells. The pesky odors seem to pervade the entire area causing embarrassment when visitors come to your home. No longer do you have to suffer embarrassing […]

Cranberries – Benefits for Healthy Urinary Tract

Cranberries and the Urinary Tract It is no secret that Native Americans have had knowledge of natural remedies to help heal the body. They have been using cranberries to help treat urinary tract infections for centuries. Medical research has shown that drinking cranberry juice may help prevent urinary tract infection. Cranberries contain proanthocyanidins, which can […]

Incontinence and Physical Disabilities

People With a Physical Disability and Managing Incontinence The person I am caring for has a physical condition that doesn’t allow them to wash, dress or go to the toilet. They are aware of the situation, but are unable to move. Work on solutions Partial or full physical disability will cause incontinence, and your relative […]

How to recognize the signs of incontinence

Tips for Recognizing Discussing and Managing Incontinent Loved Ones - BioRelief

You need to be on the lookout for the signs of incontinence, once you notice it once. It is likely that your loved one is going to try and keep it secret from you, as they are embarrassed. Here is a list of things you should check:

Managing Incompetence and Mental Illness

Caring for a Loved One who is Mentally Ill, and has Incontinence My loved one is able to move, but their mental illness doesn’t allow them to control their bladder in some cases. Reassure them and behave normally In case your loved one suffers from a mental illness preventing them from going to the toilet […]