Using Attends Adult Diapers to Manage Your Type of Incontinence

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Many people are surprised to learn that there are several different types of incontinence. Not all incontinence is the same which means that there will be different treatments and management strategies to use for each one. Learning about the different types of incontinence will help anyone who is dealing with incontinence or someone who is a caregiver for a loved one with incontinence to be able to more effectively manage the problem of incontinence. Here is what you need to know about the different types of incontinence.

Stress incontinence-This is perhaps the most common kind of incontinence. While more women then men suffer from it both genders can have stress incontinence. This type of incontinence happens as result of additional pressure in the abdomen. This can happen when a person laughs, coughs, sneezes, or even exercises. Weakened pelvic floor muscles lead to leakage and accidents. The most common cause for stress incontinence is pregnancy and childbirth and also the hormonal changes that can happen during menopause. In addition, obesity, prostate problems, and certain medications can cause stress incontinence.

Urge Incontinence-This type of incontinence is known as overactive bladder. The person will have an urgent need to go to the bathroom and may not get there in time. This results from damage to the nerves and muscles in the urinary and bowel systems. The main causes of this include: multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, diabetes, and stroke. Other medical conditions such as bladder infections, bladder stones, and use of certain medications can also contribute to urge incontinence. 


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Overflow Incontinence-This type of incontinence happens when a person is not able to empty their bladder. Because of this they may experience leakage when their bladder is full. This is most commonly found in men. The main causes of overflow incontinence include: a weakness in the bladder muscles, urethra blockage, tumor obstruction, constipation, and prostate problems. 


Functional Incontinence-This type of incontinence is caused by a physical problem that prevents the person from getting to the bathroom in time. This can either be a physical problem that limits mobility or a cognitive problem such as dementia.
 

Once you have determined what type of incontinence that you are dealing with it is time to choose the right incontinence product. Today, many people turn to the popular brand of Attends adult diapers to help them do this. Attends diapers come in many different styles which allows each person to find the right style of adult diaper or incontinence underwear for them. The wide range of Attend incontinence supplies also means that anyone who is looking for ways to manage incontinence will have lots to choose from. The Attends incontinence supplies include: incontinence underwear, incontinence pads, incontinence under pads, and adult diapers. 

There is also a wide range when it comes to the absorbencies that the Attends incontinence product line offers. This means that anyone with incontinence will be able to find the right level of incontinence that will meet their needs. Attends incontinence products have an absorbency range from light to super plus. In addition, some of the Attends adult diapers are designed for overnight use with extra absorbency. 

It cannot be stressed enough that size is crucial in order for the incontinence product to function effectively. If the person with incontinence is using an adult diaper or other incontinence undergarment that does not fit it will not be effective in helping to manage incontinence. Attends offers a wide range of sizes that allow every person to find the right size for them. 

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The CareGiver Partnership is a national direct-to-consumer retailer of home healthcare products for incontinence, skin care, mobility, daily living aids, nutrition support and more. In its sixth year of providing products and services that help caregivers and loved ones maintain personal dignity, the company also offers an online library of more than 1,200 family caregiver resources and personal service by experts in caregiving. Call 1-800-985-1353 or visit online.

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