Is incontinence an ailment that comes with growing older? It is a problem that is usually associated with old age. Although it is more common in the elderly, many adults also suffer from incontinence. In short or longer periods, almost half of women suffer from involuntary urine loss. In addition, about 10% of men are incontinent.
However, it is incorrect to think that nothing can be done about it. There are various aids that offer a solution and make living with incontinence more pleasant. Also for you!

Adults dealing with incontinence

Prostate problems in men lead to an increased risk of incontinence. This applies to women going through menopause, gynecological problems (such as cysts or uterine prolapse) and during or after pregnancy. Other possible causes of incontinence in adults include:

  • Getting older (due to weakening of the bladder and pelvic floor muscles)
  • Being overweight (can lead to extra pressure on the bladder)
  • Damage to the nervous system and muscle weakness
  • Medicines that stimulate the bladder

We offer suitable aids for every moment of the day that contribute to more comfort and a less insecure feeling in case of involuntary urine loss.
There are various types of incontinence underwear available for adults with unwanted urine loss, as well as pee watches, waterproof bedding and bedwetting alarms.

Bedwetting in adults

Between 1-2% of adults in the Netherlands wet the bed. This can be a temporary problem, for example as a result of an operation. But many adults have been struggling with this since childhood.

We offer two different solutions for incontinence/urination problems at night:

  • Bedwetting alarm with sensor pants, or
  • Bedwetting alarm with a special bed mat.

Would you like to use the bedwetting alarm, but without a loud sound? This can also be done using an alarm clock to which a vibrating element can be connected. By turning the sound off (or soft), you will only be woken up by the vibrating alarm. The bedwetting alarm can also be rented for temporary use.

Adults with involuntary daytime urine loss

Daytime incontinence certainly does not only affect (young) children and the elderly in society. Especially young women from around 30 years old. But men also have a serious risk of urinary problems. At least 30% of men over the age of 50 experience urinary complaints, often as a result of an overly large prostate. For this group of adults, there are various aids that provide support for incontinence problems and contribute to a safe feeling during the day.

  • Handy pee watches with alarms to help you go to the toilet in a structured and timely manner. (also useful as a reminder to take medication)
  • Fashionable absorbent underwear for women
  • Trendy boxer shorts with strong absorption for men

Although it does not accommodate an entire bladder, absorbent underwear can also help you stay dry through the night. Consider light urine loss (drops/squirts) while sleeping.