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Coping with Adult Incontinence with Urinary Pads

By Loralee Dulany Subscribe to RSS | February 18th 2012 | Views:
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Urinary incontinence is a condition in which an individual loses bladder control. Bladder control problems occur when the muscles are either too weak or too active. Incontinence can range from small dribbles every now and then to large floods of urine.

To know more about this phenomenon, one must know how bladders work. The bladder is responsible for storing urine. Think of it as a balloon that inflates when filled with urine. When a certain amount of urine fills the bladder, it sends nerve messages to the brain to allow the urine to flow out.

Urinary incontinence is more of a symptom rather than a disease. It can be caused by unhealthy everyday habits, physical problems, or underlying conditions such as menopause, urinary tract infections, heart problems, diabetic neuropathy, and many others. Urinary incontinence affects more than 200 million people worldwide, while around 25 million Americans have at one point experienced involuntary urine leaking. It can be temporary or persistent, depending on the cause.

The real problem with incontinence is it can cause much anxiety. People with incontinence may thus feel quite uncomfortable during social gatherings. If you or someone you know is suffering from urinary incontinence, there's no need to fret. Urinary pads and ultra briefs help ensure they keep it together while providing utmost comfort.

Urinary pads are designed to absorb urine leakage. They have the same technology as nappies in which a "hydrophobic" layer is used to draw urine away from the pad's surface. Urinary pads are mainly designed for women. However, those who have stress incontinence may opt to use super-sized tampons to prevent sudden leaks. You can buy these from stores or have them delivered discreetly to your door.

For men with bladder problems, Tena Ultra Briefs are the perfect solution. This type of protective underwear is designed for those who suffer from moderate to heavy incontinence issues. It has a soft, cloth-like outer cover that is gentle to the skin. Most brands have a Dry-Fast Dual Core system that enables faster absorption of fluid for increased dryness and greater security. Some are even equipped with wetness indicators that alert the caregiver or person wearing it whenever the brief has been soiled and needs to be checked.

Incontinence should be dealt with accordingly so it does not affect a person's quality of life. Bladder problems should be handled during a person's early teens to prevent it from worsening. With Urinary pads and ultra briefs, everyone can say goodbye to leaky days.

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