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8 Traveling Tips for People with Incontinence

Posted on May 31, 2019 by Kevin Cleary

Many sufferers of incontinence may feel like traveling the world is a pipe dream. This can create a fear of embarrassment that can prevent travel instead of simply wearing diapers when traveling. Wearing a diaper while traveling can help those with incontinence maintain their independence and continue traveling. All it takes are some helpful tips that we here at HPFY can provide.

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How to Measure Correctly for Adult Diapers: Incontinence Sizing Guide?

Posted on May 20, 2019 by Kevin Cleary

How do you determine the proper adult diaper size? Since every patient is different, finding the proper fit for you may seem confusing. For instance, does larger mean more absorbency? While sizing is a major component to selecting the proper adult diaper, understanding your incontinence needs will also help with selecting the adult diaper that fits you and your lifestyle/need.

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An Adult Diaper Disposal You can Trust - Janibell Akord

Posted on Jun 23, 2018 by Kevin Cleary

Incontinence can be a frustrating disorder that can diminish your quality of life as well as lead to embarrassing situations, so keeping it private can be of paramount importance. Keeping the unpleasant and embarrassing odors that go along with soiled incontinence products away from yourself and visitors to your home is crucial to keeping any incontinence problem confidential.

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Swimming and Incontinence

Posted on Mar 06, 2017 by Kevin Cleary

Who doesn’t enjoy a dip in the pool? Unfortunately, many may feel embarrassed due to incontinence. The problem faced by those worried about their incontinence and forced to wear diapers is the fact that today’s diapers are so effective at absorbing moisture. Who knew that a product working too well would be a detriment? Whether you’re an adult or a young child, you do have options to enjoy.

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The Beltless Undergarment

Posted on Apr 04, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

The beltless undergarment is very much the same as the belted undergarment but with one of the only differences being that they do not have belts that wrap around the sides to hold them in place. Instead of a belt, this undergarment has an adhesive strip down the middle of the plastic or cloth like outer backing to hold it securely in your own underwear or in a knit or mesh pant.

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The Belted Undergarment

Posted on Apr 04, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Belted undergarments are mostly used by people when they require heavier protection compared to a light bladder leakage pad or garment can provide. They are made up of a front to back absorbent pad with pores to connect belts in both front and back positions. They are made in modern style and are open from the sides.

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Head Incontinence off at the Pass

Posted on Mar 01, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

There is a multitude of ways to deal with incontinence. Most of them deal with incidents after they happen and their consequences on our skin. What if there was a way to minimize the effects of incontinence before they affect us? They say the best defense is a good offense, so being aggressive in treating this disorder can go a long way.

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Protect Your Furniture from Incontinence

Posted on Feb 25, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

Incontinence doesn’t care when or where it may rear its ugly head. For those that suffer from this disorder there is always a measure of uncertainty and worry about it. Many people may hear of incontinence and think about only wetting your bed, but the worry extends to your home’s furniture as well as the bed.

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Posted in Underpads

Cleaning and Protecting Perineal Skin

Posted on Feb 16, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

An important part of any incontinence skin care program is maintaining a clean perineal area. As it turns out, our skin does not like to be perpetually wet or moist but incontinence does just that. Adherence to a program dedicated to helping maintain dry skin can help those suffering from every level of incontinence, whether it’s just a leak to full loss of bladder control.

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Incontinence and Menopause – Urinary Incontinence in Women

Posted on Feb 14, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Bladder control problems or urinary incontinence are common for women going through their menopause. As women age, many factors can weaken the pelvic floor muscles that are responsible for the bladder control resulting in urinary incontinence.

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Posted in Incontinence Pads and Liners

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