Confidence in Incontinence

We barely hear people talk about incontinence out in the open. It isn’t a common topic that friends or even families talk about. A big percentage of the Filipino population experience incontinence and most haven’t talked or consulted a doctor about it. This shows that people who experience it don’t have confidence in discussing the topic. Maybe you are one of them. Cheer up! Having incontinence isn’t a rare condition nor is it something to be ashamed of. Here are some tips to help you find confidence in dealing with incontinence.

Consult an expert

Being knowledgeable and informed about a situation can give you confidence. It is best to educate yourself about it and if necessary, seek medical help. Consulting your doctor can offer other treatment options that may provide further relief.

Do Kegel Exercises

Kegel exercises are exercises that can help you with your bladder control leakage. Experts say that thirty repetitions twice a day in six weeks can already improve your muscle support! This can give you relief that having incontinence is not a hopeless case.

Use the right pad

While most people use sanitary pads, pantyliners and diapers for their incontinence, it just doesn’t do the job. They are made for specific purposes but not for incontinence.

The makers of Jeunesse Anion pads came up with SO SURE PADS to meet the needs of people with incontinence to feel more secure and confident! So Sure Pads are available in two variants, the 340mm and 450 mm to address the needs of both men and women. With So Sure, you can stay fresh up to three hours and it can hold up liquid three times more than other imported pads!

Don’t let incontinence stop you from enjoying your everyday life. Be secured and be So Sure.

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