Incontinence is a common condition affecting approximately 13 million Americans (possibly more because many of those living with it may feel shame, embarrassment or anxiety, and do not feel comfortable discussing the topic). It is estimated that the 70% of people with incontinence don’t seek help for their problem. Needing help and being vulnerable is something that is hard to accept for many people, especially those who have played the role of caregiver throughout their lifetime, making it even more difficult to accept care for themselves.
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The holiday season is the perfect time to relax, catch up with family, and, of course, enjoy delicious food. However, any fun and exciting family occasion can be a little difficult, especially when having to spend several nights away from home. How do you discreetly dispose of incontinence products? Or, how do you avoid embarrassment in the event of an emergency?
Worrying about accidental bladder leakage while traveling locally or to fun, faraway places can affect your good mood when you’re packing up suitcases and passports. Whether you’re a caregiver or someone who regularly wears bladder protection products, you deserve to be self-assured when you head out to new destinations and encounter a variety of unknowns.
The physical and mental benefits of yoga are well documented. It can help you increase your strength and flexibility, lower your risk of heart disease, and even ease anxiety and depression. Studies now show that yoga can help women who suffer from urinary incontinence by improving pelvic health and help gain more control over their bladders. If you have urinary incontinence, it's important to explore your options to maintain the active and happy lifestyle you’ve always enjoyed.
What’s Your Memorial Day Destination This Year?
Memorial Day is the U.S. holiday dedicated to honoring the lives lost of the military men and women who proudly served our country to protect our freedoms.
The Sassy Classics, a dazzling group of women between the ages of 67 and 87, light up stages across North Carolina with their rockette-style dance moves. Their age doesn’t slow them down; in fact, they encourage other women in their golden years to get up and move. Even if you move slowly, or your joints stick a little, the important thing is to keep moving.
The number of people in the United States ages 65 an older will double to be around 80 million by 2040. As human life expectancy continues to rise and the aging population continues to grow, older adults tend to put more thought into where they want to live as they age.