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How to Manage Multiple Sclerosis and Incontinence

  • On July 31, 2018
It is estimated that there are over 100,000 people in the UK living with Multiple Sclerosis. It is often simply thought of as causing difficulty in coordination. However, a surprising symptom of Multiple Sclerosis is incontinence.
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What are the Benefits of Wearing Pull Up Incontinence Pants?

  • On July 30, 2018
The negative feelings around incontinence often stem from the fear of being discovered and the fear of their protection resembling a large bulky product. The National Association for Continence reported that women wait 6.5 years and men 4.2 years after beginning to experience bladder control problems before seeing a healthcare professional.
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Preventing Dehydration in Seniors

  • On July 27, 2018
It is estimated that between 6 and 30 percent of hospitalised people aged 65 years and older are dehydrated. It is by far the most common fluid or electrolyte disorder among older people. Dehydration in seniors is a problem that requires more research and understanding.
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Top Tips for Managing Incontinence at Night

  • On December 4, 2017
The International Continence Society defines Nocturnal Enuresis as “two or more nighttime voids”. Whilst incontinence at nighttime is a subject that has been poorly researched and is often avoided in conversation, it is something that can have a devastating impact on a person’s life.
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Causes of Elderly Incontinence

  • On November 28, 2017
Although people of any age can be affected by incontinence, it is much more common in elderly individuals, particularly women. It is estimated that 24% of older people in the UK are affected by urinary incontinence. 30-60% of older people in institutional care in the UK are affected by urinary incontinence, and 25% by bowel […]
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