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Urinary incontinence is a condition that affects about 25 million North Americans, and potentially millions more that are too embarrassed to seek treatment. There are various types of incontinence: stress incontinence, which is the leakage of urine when laughing, sneezing or coughing, to urge incontinence, which is the sudden onset of urination.
Bed pads are waterproof sheets that are put under your sheets to protect your mattress from night-time accidents. Incontinence bed pads are commonly used on baby and children’s beds to protect from bed wetting. Although less common, many adults suffer from nocturnal enuresis as well according to The National Association for Continence. According to the […]
With mandated lockdowns and working from home, our Wearever employees have had some extra time on their hands this year. With that extra time, we have been finding new hobbies, listening to more podcasts, and discovering new blogs. We have rounded up 20 of our favorite blogs that cater towards Baby Boomers and Caregivers. Here […]
Are you searching for the perfect incontinence underwear? Are you looking to transition from disposables to reusable incontinence products? Are you wanting to know more about our products? If so, you’re in the right place! With multiple levels of absorbency, different styles, and a wide range of sizes, Wearever has the perfect product for you! […]
Have you ever eaten or drank something that caused your incontinence to flare up? There are some foods that just don’t sit well when you are suffering from incontinence. According to Healthline there are many items, such as alcohol, coffee, citrus fruits, tomato based products, and spicy foods, that you should try to limit or […]
Urinary incontinence is very common among people in the United States and across the world. According to the American Urological Association’s Urology Care Foundation, about one out of two women and one out of four men experience symptoms. While urinary incontinence can be difficult to navigate, it is not something that should stop you from […]
Going to the doctor to seek an official diagnosis can feel scary. Furthermore, urinary incontinence in particular can feel like a very difficult topic to talk about with anyone, even a trusted doctor — and it may even be a point of internalized embarrassment for some patients. However, it’s always best to consult your doctor […]
For most of us, freedom is the first word that comes to mind when someone asks, “How do you live your best life?” Living life to the fullest means having the freedom to do what makes you happiest, from attending family functions and visiting grandchildren to enjoying our favorite hobbies without worrying about visible leakage. […]
In recent years, there has been a nationwide increase in popularity of digital doctor appointments. According to Pew Research Center, 81% of Americans now own a smartphone — allowing many to skip the medical waiting room and consult a doctor directly from the comfort of their homes in the form of a virtual visit. Through telemedicine […]
Public bladder leakage is a common and natural concern among those who experience urinary incontinence symptoms; however, when you’re prepared, sudden leaks are easy to manage and keep private. Whether you are out for a quick errand or have a busy day scheduled, being prepared can help reduce unwanted stress and anxiety sometimes associated with […]
Having an overactive bladder can often lead to feelings of shame, anxiety, low self-esteem and depression. These feelings can sometimes stem from a lack of control, such as when unexpected leaks occur. But experiencing urinary incontinence symptoms doesn’t have to feel like a lonely, unconquerable battle. We know that urinary incontinence does not define one’s […]
When you’re trying to live your best life, urinary incontinence symptoms can feel like an ongoing nuisance, and sometimes it can feel isolating and even insurmountable. However, it’s important to remember that you’re never alone, and there are thousands of online resources that can help with alleviating symptoms. Start by making subtle, easier updates to […]