~ Monthly Incontinence Tips – Sizing ~

Let’s talk about how to select the right size product for you. Selecting the right size product is essential to preventing leaks and maximizing comfortability. You may be surprised to learn that you may wear a difference size incontinence product than what you wear with traditional underwear. It is important that you follow the measurement…

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Safe Travels This Holiday Season

Are you traveling this holiday season? Feeling nervous to travel due to incontinence? Comfort Plus has the products you need to travel with confidence. We stock the highest absorbency products that allow extended wear time, giving you hours of protection. The Tranquility® Premium OverNight Disposable Absorbent Underwear and ATN (All-Through-the-Night) Disposable Briefs are two of…

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~ Monthly Incontinence Tip: Drink Water ~

Drink your water! A common myth associated with incontinence is that drinking less fluid will help decrease bladder issues. This is false! Drinking too little water or fluid makes urine more concentrated, and can cause more irritation and urgency. Dehydration can cause confusion, fatigue, and dizziness. Don’t mess with your health, drink enough water! So,…

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~Monthly Incontinence Tips~

Each month we will provide you with 2-3 tips about how to manage incontinence! This month’s tips will be around Exercise. Exercise has been shown to have countless benefits to people of all ages! There are the obvious benefits, like weight loss, and less obvious benefits, such as improved memory and brain health. It can…

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Down Syndrome and Incontinence

October is Down Syndrome Awareness month, and we want to use this opportunity to boost awareness of an often-overlooked aspect of Down Syndrome: incontinence. Approximately 1 in every 700 babies will be born with Down syndrome, or about 6,000 babies each year. Many children, teens, and adults with Down syndrome will also develop some level…

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How to Help Alzheimer’s Patients Remember

Alzheimer’s is a disease that affects the brain and a person’s memory, and is the most common form of dementia. The disease is named after Alois Alzheimer, a German psychiatrist and neuropathologist, who first discovered the disease in 1906. Alzheimer is credited for discovering the disease known today as Alzheimer’s, which is one type of…

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How to Address Urinary Incontinence

Addressing Bladder Control and Urinary Incontinence Incontinence is a common issue that many adults of various ages deal with. While incontinence can come in many forms, there are some early signs that you can look for which will signal that you may be experiencing bladder control issues. If you have experienced frequent urination or have…

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Three Signs that You’ve Chosen the Right Premium Overnight DAU

All overnight DAU are not the same. Because different brands vary in cost, quality, and effectiveness, choosing the right one is not always as straightforward as it sounds. As you try different brands and work to find the best option, consider these three signs that you’ve chosen well. Three Signs that You’ve Chosen the Right Premium Overnight DAU: The Fit…

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Caregiver Tips

A caregiver is defined as anyone who provides help to a person in need. Caregiving can be a winding road whose path is not always made clear, especially when providing care for people who are experiencing Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, or any other type of affliction that causes physical deterioration or memory loss. In an effort to…

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Three Tips for Keeping Dementia Patients Calm

When a friend or a loved one receives a dementia diagnosis, their caregivers (likely close family members) are often overwhelmed. They must quickly change lifestyle patterns to accommodate for this new life trajectory, all the while learning slowly about this disease. Like most diseases, dementia can have a unique effect on each individual patient. No…

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