Inspired by NASA technology, the award-winning Wellness Briefs and Absorbent Underwear are one of the most absorbent disposable diapers on the market. National Incontinence is now carrying the full line of Unique Wellness products, which include the Wellness Superio Signature Series Brief, Wellness Absorbent Underwear, and Original Wellness Brief.
The NEW Swimmates Disposable Adult Swim Diaper is here, just in time for summer! From the makers of Tranquility, this disposable swimwear is designed to contain fecal, or bowel, incontinence. With this swim diaper, there’s no need to avoid beach trips or pool parties!
Designed for aqua therapy, water aerobics, or plain pool fun, the Swimmates Diaper is worn underneath a bathing suit and won’t swell up or break apart in the water. The incontinence swimwear features the familiar blue moisture-proof barrier and Kufguards leg barriers that can be found in other Tranquility products. Swimmates is a pull-up brief with a full-rise waist panel and stretchy sides that can be ripped open for easy removal and disposal.
Attends has recently redesigned its Extra XXL Protective Underwear (#AP0750) to create a more absorbent underwear with better coverage and protection. The new product is now called Attends Bariatric Underwear (#AU50) and fits waist sizes 68” to 80”.
This bariatric disposable pull up underwear features an improved absorbent core that is longer and wider than before, providing everyday incontinence protection for larger sized men and women. Two layers – an acquisition layer and a super absorbent polymer – work together to direct fluids into the core and pull it away from the user’s skin. This not only helps keep skin dry and prevent diaper rashes, but also controls odor.
This post is for those who are new to wearing incontinence briefs – whether you’re caring for someone with bladder problems or are experiencing the condition yourself.
Putting on and changing an adult diaper can be tricky, especially if you’ve never had practice before. The process is similar to changing a baby’s diaper. To make matters easier, Abena has created three visuals depicting how to change a loved one’s diaper while they’re lying down or in an upright position, as well as how to change your own brief while standing. This is a great resource as most instructions on changing an adult diaper don’t come with graphics.
These visuals describe how to put on an Abena Abri-Form Brief, which is one of the most absorbent diapers we carry. However, these instructions can be applied to all other brands of adult diapers.
There are 35 million adults in the United States who suffer from bladder problems, according to the National Association for Continence (NAFC). Bladder issues may include urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse (POP) disorders, chronic bladder infections, among many others.
If you experience bladder problems, November is your month and this is your week. During National Bladder Health Awareness Month and National Bladder Health Week (Nov. 10-14), the people at NAFC aim to bring awareness to bladder health issues and encourage people to take control of their own bladder health.