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Thursday, January 7, 2010
Today we'll be focusing on a somewhat more delicate area. On something that everyone deals with at some point or another. We all do it so we might as well just be honest with ourselves and start talking about it. Silence due to embarrassment is only going to exacerbate the problem. I'm talking, of course, about picking your nose in traffic. Yeah I saw you Steve Williams from Pittsburg! (can you imagine if that was your name. You'd be all like "Whaahhh?!") Actually, I don't really want to talk about boogers. How about incontinence devices. That's a better idea.
Most children wet the bed at some point or another. It's a part of growing up. What we try to suppress is the chronic bed wetting. Some chronic bet wetting is a sign of other possibly greater issues and you should always consult your doctor about such things. However, sometimes kids just don't wake up when nature calls. For this issue there is a way to make nature's call a little louder. The Dri Sleeper Excell from Urocare attaches inside the underwear. (picture not to scale). At the slightest detection of urine an alarm sounds that will awaken the wearer. No kid should have to miss a sleep over because of embarassment. This little device can go with them where ever they need it.
Moving up in age groups now, it is not uncommon for adults to also need a little extra protection against urinary slip ups. There is no reason to expect a dramatic change in lifestyle for an issue as easily workable as bladder control. Healthdri Men's Heavy Briefs are washable and as comfortable to wear as regular underwear. They even include a fully functional fly. Their patented moisture management control pulls any moisture away from the body. And because you wash them instead of just throwing them away, they are envorinmentally sound. After all, diapers kill polar bears. It's a fact. (Healthdri briefs do not help with hairy legs or stomach, apparently.)
Don't let bladder control ruin your day. These and other great incontinence supplies are available at www.DMESupplyGroup.com. And remember, don't pick your nose in traffic, Melanie Walker from Dallas.
by: DME Supply Group