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Female Incontinence Treatment: Where to Start

02.11.2017 | Posted in: Female Incontinence | Author: Samantha Hall

Due to the effects of factors such as childbirth and menopause, women are much more likely to suffer from incontinence than men. In fact, it has been estimated that 9.6 million women in the UK are affected by bladder problems.

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Top Tips for Managing Dementia and Incontinence

30.10.2017 | Posted in: Dementia | Author: Samantha Hall

Many of us think of incontinence as being a condition suffered mainly by the elderly. Although young people can also suffer from incontinence, this assumption is on some levels true. Prevalence of urinary and faecal incontinence increases with age, with urinary incontinence affecting around 39% of women over 60, and an estimated 30% of men over 65.

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How to look after a Teenager with Incontinence

12.10.2017 | Posted in: Incontinence | Author: Samantha Hall

The International Continence Society defines urinary incontinence as “the complaint of any involuntary leakage of urine”. Teenagers with incontinence can often be reluctant to seek advice or try even address the incontinence.

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Do you have incontinence? Common urinary incontinence symptoms you shouldn’t ignore

02.10.2017 | Posted in: Urinary Incontinence | Author: Samantha Hall

The NHS defines urinary incontinence as the unintentional passing of urine. However, when recognizing incontinence, it is important to know the difference between having incontinence and urinating after drinking liquid in excess.

 

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A Full Guide to Stress Incontinence in Men

29.09.2017 | Posted in: Stress Incontinence | Author: Samantha Hall

Up to 15% of men over the age of 60 suffer from stress incontinence, according to the National Association for Continence. When managing stress incontinence, it is important to be aware of the main causes and treatment methods available for combatting the problem.

 

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Incontinence at School: are Schools well equipped?

26.09.2017 | Posted in: Children | Author: Samantha Hall

It is estimated that approximately 11% of children and young people in the UK who are aged 5-19 years old have a continence problem. An increasing number of children with complex bladder and bowel care needs are attending mainstream school.

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A Guide to choosing Incontinence Wipes

22.09.2017 | Posted in: Incontinence | Author: Samantha Hall

People often change their incontinence product without the use of a wipe for cleansing, which can cause sores and damage to the skin. Cleansing the skin is an incredibly important stage to removing any excessive urine. However, there are many things you need to consider when choosing the perfect wipe for you.

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Common myths about Urology Health

20.09.2017 | Posted in: Incontinence | Author: Samantha Hall

September is Urology Awareness Month. Shockingly, it is estimated that 1 in 2 of us will be affected by a urological condition during our lifetime. Diseases of the kidneys, bladder and prostate can affect the daily lives of millions of people in the UK. The NHS estimates that between 3 and 6 million people in the UK have some degree of urinary incontinence.

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Comprehensive washing instructions now available

13.04.2017 | Posted in: Bed Protection, Wasahble Incontinence, Washable Incontinence | Author: Colin

We like hearing what our customers think about our products so we were delighted to hear from some of you that washing instructions for our washable ranges would be a helpful addition to our website.

We aim to please and so we have added comprehensive washing instructions to both our washable bedding range and washable underwear range. Remember that full care details can be found on the label of the product and the product packaging. Following these instructions will prolong the life of your product. We’d love to hear if you think this information is useful.

Click through for an example of our underwear washing instructions or our bedding washing instructions. 

Try our great Total Enclosure Mattress Covers today!

29.03.2017 | Posted in: Bed Protection, Wasahble Incontinence | Author: Colin

Our total enclosure mattress covers are the ultimate in mattress protection and are ideal for people who experience heavier incontinence

Simply place the mattress inside, zip it shut and your entire mattress is protected. Unlike fitted sheet style protectors there is no way that this cover can accidentally slip off, which means that your mattress is ALWAYS protected.

The covers are machine washable at temperatures up to 75°C and can be tumble dried, if required.

Available in Single, Double and King sizes. Click here to order yours today.