Many women with incontinence opt for buying sanitary pads instead of incontinence pads. This can be due to various reasons, from skimping on money to embarrassment about buying incontinence protection.
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.
Allanda and LifeSense Group B.V. have signed a partnership for distribution of Carin wearables in the UK. Carin’s washable smart underwear and pelvic floor exercise programme helps women regain bladder control and confidence in everyday life. We are proud to introduce Carin within our diverse portfolio of wearables promoting a ‘care to cure’ approach. For LifeSense […]
After our recent post about Incontinence Exercises for Men, we’ve had lots of requests for information about Incontinence Exercises for Women. These are fairly well documented but we thought it worth repeating them anyway. The most important exercise for women to do is daily pelvic floor exercises (otherwise) known as Kegel Exercises. Pelvic floor exercises […]
TENA Lady Pants are a new pull up incontinence pants specifically designed for women with an elegant feminine design. Thanks to a revolutionary cotton-like soft fabric TENA Lady Pant’s body contoured shape looks and feels like regular underwear, yet provides complete confidence and security. Single packs available in Medium and Large. CASE SAVERS available in […]
Julie Goodyear has been causing havoc in the Celebrity Big Brother house. “I sneeze, I pee,” she announced to fellow housemates, flicking away any embarrassment at suffering from urinary incontinence as if it were ash at the end of her trademark cigarette holder. In doing so she highlighted the millions of Britons who have poor […]
Urinary incontinence is more common than reported. Regrettably, many people suffer in silence and restrict their daily activities. Yet incontinence is often easily managed and treated, indeed, experts have shown that nearly 80% of people with poor bladder control can be cured or improve. Bladder control is a problem for women and men, and some […]