How To Deal With Menopause-Related Incontinence
Incontinence is a problem that occurs for many people at many ages and for different reasons. Experiencing incontinence can make them feel like they’re a child again, and make them feel like they have less dignity. Incontinence can be annoying but doesn’t have to make a woman feel like a child who needs a diaper. She can regain her sense of dignity through these three practices:
Go Often, Before You Think You Need To
One of the biggest problems with women and incontinence is that it can sneak up on them. They’re busy meeting with friends, or in a business setting and forget that they need to go to the bathroom. The next thing they know, they feel a dampness between their legs from having gone where and when they didn’t want to. It’s embarrassing and frustrating. In order to prevent this from happening, women who are starting to experience this should make an effort to go to the bathroom more often than they think they might need to. They should go on arriving at the office and take short breaks every two hours just to make sure.