Posted December 4, 2013
Support Defeat Diabetes Foundation with Wearever Purchases this DecemberA portion of proceeds from sales of select Wearever products will benefit Defeat Diabetes Foundation this December. We’ve partnered with Defeat Diabetes Foundation to raise funds that will further support the organization’s focus on the prevention, early identification and self-management of diabetes.
Posted November 20, 2013
Wearever and Defeat Diabetes Foundation Partner to Fundraise in Support of Diabetes Awareness and Prevention this DecemberThanks to Walgreens magazine, Diabetes & You for their review of Wearever!
DURHAM, N.C. – Nov. 12, 2013 –The Wearever® brand, makers of comfortable, quality, affordable and stylish apparel solutions for everyday health and wellness concerns, and Defeat Diabetes Foundation are partnering to raise money in support of diabetes awareness and prevention. Throughout the month of December, 10 percent of proceeds from Wearever men's and women's incontinence underwear lines and its Buster Brown socks will be donated to DDF.
Posted November 20, 2013
Review of Buster Brown Socks by Minding SpotThanks to Minding Spot for their great review of Wearever Buster Brown Socks!
Wearever is a company that prides itself on quality, durable products that will give you the best product for your money. Not only does the pricing have to be comparable, but the product must be fashionable, modern and perform well consistently.
Posted November 19, 2013
Was It An Accident Or Am I Suffering From Incontinence?Suffering from incontinence or accidental bladder leakage means learning to cope with embarrassing accidents that can happen at any time or place. Although both conditions can interfere dramatically with your quality of life, incontinence is a symptom of a more serious health issue. People who are incontinent have no bladder control for reasons usually involving muscle, organ or nerve diseases that affect bladder and urethra functioning.
Posted October 31, 2013
Briefs and Panties- Not Adult DiapersWhen it comes to incontinence products, most people immediately think of adult diapers; however, disposable adult diapers are no longer the only option for people with incontinence issues. An affordable apparel solution is now available in the form of innovative and eco-friendly incontinence briefs and panties.
Posted September 26, 2013
Get to know Wearever IncontinenceThe NAFC, a private nonprofit organization on task to improve the quality of life of incontinence sufferers, reports that 25 million American adults suffer from incontinence. Many common health issues have caused the influx of those with incontinence. Let Wearever Incontinence educate you on the types of Incontinence and some of the options available to you.
Posted September 13, 2013
Diabetic Socks - What Are They?Incontinence, rapid weight loss or gain, unusual thirst or hunger, blurry vision, and excessive fatigue are all common symptoms of diabetes. Diabetes is caused by high blood sugar levels. Furthermore, it's estimated that some 7 million Americans are living with undetected diabetes because such symptoms can be minimal in the early stages. However, once they come to total fruition, damage to the nervous and circulatory systems, in addition to the symptoms mentioned in the opening, are common among diabetic patients. Continue Reading
Posted September 6, 2013
Get to know Wearever IncontinenceThe National Association For Continence (NAFC), a private nonprofit organization on task to improve the quality of life of incontinence sufferers, reports that 25 million American adults suffer from incontinence. Many common health issues have caused the influx of those with incontinence. Those health issues can include, but are not limited to:
- Pelvic-floor problems following difficult labor or excessive weight gain
- Post-prostate complications
- Complications from diabetes in men and women
- Emotional stress
Posted July 12, 2013
Is it possible to travel with incontinence?Traveling with incontinence doesn’t have to be stressful or embarrassing while driving or flying. Suffering from loss of bladder control should never come between you and seeing the world, and proper preparation for your trip can ensure a worry-free experience. Continue Reading
Posted July 6, 2013
Men's vs Women's IncontinenceAccording to the National Association for Continence, nearly 33 percent of men and women ages 30-70 erroneously believe that incontinence is a natural part of aging; however, 100 percent of those asked certainly wanted to avoid it. Age can play a role in incontinence for both men and women, but it’s certainly not the only cause. Incontinence can be triggered at most any age, yet what sets it off can differ between the sexes. Continue Reading