35 Symptoms of Perimenopause – Urinary Incontinence
Posted Dec 02 2012 8:48pm
Today’s post is a sponsored post by Incontinence Pads Direct, an online provider of incontinence products for both men and womenlocated in the UK
Let’s face it, who wants to talk about incontinence ? It’s embarrassing and can be emotionally difficult to accept and cope with. Especially if there have been no warning signs. Finding a professional to discuss it with is not easy either, because, frankly, who wants to admit they have a problem with it?
There are many things that can cause incontinence in both men and women. But for women in perimenopause, it is often due to the changes in her estrogen levels which contribute to the weakening of the pelvic floor muscles. Approximately 40% of all women in perimenopause have issues with incontinence, so if you are one of them, you are not alone.
Finding the right product to meet your needs can also be a challenge, but thankfully, there have been many advances in the incontinence product market, providing more choices than ever. Thanks to advances in design and effectiveness, incontinence products have become more more discreet and more absorbent, and if you can believe it, even stylish!
But how do you determine which is right for you? Are you a pads type of a girl, or do you prefer pants? If you’re not sure, Incontinence Pads Direct can help! They are an online provider of incontinence products for women, and stock the leading brands of incontinence pads, and aims to bring the most advanced and effective pads or pants on the market.
While you are at their site, privately browse the category for women and view the products according to the level of incontinence you are experiencing. You can easily, and without embarrassment, explore your options and find the best products to suit your needs.
So, listen, ladies, there is no need to avoid certain situations, restructure your day, or lose sleep any longer because of incontinence! The right products can bring you peace of mind and help you continue to enjoy your life and normal, daily activities.