Heavy Protection



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What is Heavy Incontinence?

Heavy incontinence or stress incontinence is caused due to extreme pressure on the bladder. The patient who suffers from urge urinary incontinence finds it hard to hold pee for long, leading to severe problems in managing day-to-day lifestyle.

Overflow Incontinence Causes

  • Prostate Cancer
  • Childbirth
  • Obesity
  • Smoking
  • Pelvic Surgery

Urge Incontinence Symptoms

Urine leakage while -

  • Sneezing
  • Coughing
  • Laughing
  • Exercising
  • During sex


How to manage Stress Incontinence?


Heavy incontinence can perturb social life and render one feeling underconfident and depressed. However, the good news is - stress incontinence is manageable. All you need to do is make amends in your lifestyle to stay hygienic, happy, and comfortably active.

1. Lifestyle Changes

These are self-directed changes to curb the impact of heavy incontinence in your daily life. These include -

  • Monitoring fluid intake
  • Peeing on a scheduled basis
  • Avoiding heavy impact activities
  • Refraining from alcohol and caffeine
  • Saying no to bladder irritating food items

2. Strengthen pelvic muscles

The Kegel Exercises are also called pelvic floor muscle training. As the name suggests, they are specifically designed to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which support the uterus, bladder, small intestine, and rectum. One can do kegel exercise at any hour of the day.

3. Use of Pessaries

Pessaries are soft, removable aids inserted into the vagina to support the areas affected by pelvic organ prolapse (POP). POP is a condition wherein the bladder, rectum, or uterus drops or bulges down toward the vagina.

4. Use of Right Heavy Incontinence Products

Using products that fulfill your needs and requirements without straining your pocket is the best way to manage incontinence. At Adult Diapers & Chux, we offer a wide range of products designed specifically, keeping in mind the different levels of protection required to handle and treat various types of incontinence. Explore today to get exclusive deals on your regular urinary supplies.

5. Surgery

Surgery is the last resort. Surgical procedures that treat stress incontinence are designed to improve closure of the sphincter or support the bladder neck. Most people find it easier to manage overflow incontinence with correct incontinence products which help in keeping them hygienic and provide overnight protection. Adult Diapers Store will help you to find which heavy incontinence products are best apt for you.


Choosing the right products for Managing Heavy Incontinence


Choosing the right product to suit the individual's needs is essential for better management of incontinence. These products are determined after considering several factors, such as the type of incontinence, height and weight of the patient, waist size, severity and frequency, and other lifestyle factors.

1. Type of Heavy Protection Product

Depending on the abovementioned factors, there are varied types of heavy protection products available at ADC to best suit the customers' needs. These products include -

2. Incontinence Type

Fecal incontinence can occur because of digestive tract disorders and chronic medical conditions such as multiple sclerosis and long-term diabetes. Sometimes, people pass stool without knowing it until they feel, see it or smell something. Therefore, it is evident that a person experiencing bowel incontinence shall require products that are fashioned exclusively to benefit the user in managing bowel incontinence. ADC offers a classified range of products that are apt for various types of incontinence including -

  • Urinary
  • Urinary and Bowel
  • Bowel


3. Gender Specific Incontinence Products


Although most incontinence products are unisex, a large number of products including pads, pants, and opther medical aids for incontinence are custom made to fit specific genders. For instance, men's incontinence pads are shaped slightly different as compared to women's pads, so as to fit the male anatomy better. It is done to improve the effectiveness of the product. variety of pads, pants and medical aids are gender specific to maximise their effectiveness. Men's incontinence pads are shaped differently to women's to better fit with the male anatomy. ADC offers incontinence pads classified in different categories like -

  • Unisex
  • Female
  • Male

4. Product Size

One size does not fit all. Hence, it is quintessential while buying heavy protection incontinence products to make sure whether the size you are going for fits you well. To find which size is perfect for you, measure the waist size. Some products at ADC are generous in sizing and can maximize to fit different body sizes as well. We offer incontinenece pants of sizes listed below -

  • Small
  • Medium
  • Large
  • X-Large
  • 2X-Large

5. Affordability

Unfortunately, incontinence is a lifelong phenomenon that is why management of it becomes burdensome with time. One is always advised to look for incontinence products for elderly that do not put extra burden on their pocket. ADC offers cost effective means to ensure you get all your incontinence supplies within time and without much hassle. We offer FSA Approved products to save your money. Moreoever, we also provide auto-reorder options for those who need monthly supplies for incontinence.


Where to buy Heavy Protection Incontinence Supplies?


Those subjected to a heavy urine flow and are always nervous about accidents should now let go of all worries! At Adult Diapers Store, we have put together the best products available, which are guaranteed to tackle heavy flow and leave you feeling relaxed. These are designed for heavy volume flow. The bladder is emptied—featuring super-absorbent diapers, briefs, protective underwear, and pants with a stay-dry top sheet for additional protection. Gentle on the skin and with increased security and comfort for the user. Products from top brands like Tena, Attends, Prevail, First QualityKendall, and more.


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