We recently received a wonderful review on our incontinence panties, and how much more environmentally friendly they are than disposable solutions.
In the review, Connie says, “there are lots of reasons people need incontinence garments. Menopause, old age, strokes and other medical issues, and more. It’s nice to know if you do require them, there’s a greener option than the disposables we see on most grocery store shelves. Continue reading
People with incontinence issues do have options when it comes to what kind of underwear they will wear. But what are the options and which makes more sense, both financially and from a comfort perspective? Continue reading
The Department of Health and Human Services estimates that around 13 million people (all ages and both men and women) are affected by urinary incontinence. The results of incontinence issues cause anything from activity restriction to a decrease in ones quality of life and self-esteem. The most common types are urge incontinence and stress incontinence.
Urge incontinence is also referred to as an overactive bladder. Urge incontinence makes you feel as if you have an urgent need to go to the bathroom and may not get there in time, causing urine to leak. A few causes of overactive bladder include: damage to one’s bladder nerves, nervous system or muscles. There are some specific conditions such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, diabetes and stroke. These conditions can all affect nerves and bladder infections. Continue reading
Being a teenager is hard enough. Is my style cool enough? Do people like me? Will this be good enough for my peers/teachers/parents, etc.?
Teens ask themselves a million questions, but one of the heaviest and most fundamental is often based in their level of self worth and resulting confidence. As a parent, it is so important to be there for your child to help them navigate these tricky waters. Continue reading
Pregnancy is a time of joy and happiness. Unfortunately for some, however, it can also trigger incontinence – yikes! Incontinence can be brought on by so many different factors, including extra pressure to your bladder from the fetus, stress or something as simple as sneezing. To curb this, doctors are suggesting that women who exercise and strengthen their pelvic muscles are less likely to have problems with urinary leakage during their pregnancy.
Specifically, Kegel exercises to strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor, including the muscles that help control urine. Not only will Kegel exercises help during pregnancy but it should also curb any incontinence problems that may occur after childbirth. Continue reading
While it is no secret that caffeine increases bladder activity, it is not proven to be a consistent aggravator in every female incontinence case. It is said that women who consume more than four cups of caffeine daily are the ones who will suffer from incontinence or an overactive bladder the most. Continue reading
Absolutely! No matter your gender, we have the underwear you’re looking for. Pick from any of our stylish products and feel good about yourself while wearing them.
Didn’t your mom tell you that beauty comes from the inside? Well, it’s true; as long as you feel beautiful on the inside, your Wearever incontinence underwear should leave you feeling beautiful on the outside. Each pantie, boxer or brief is specially picked because of its fashionable and stylish designs. Wearever takes pride in the fact that we select products that are comparable with regular, contemporary underwear. Women can enjoy the lacy elements that make them feel sexy when choosing which pair of underwear is right for them. And even better, they come in black! Continue reading
Incontinence occurs in one in four women over the age of 18. One of the most common causes of incontinence in women is pregnancy and childbirth. Incontinence can easily occur during pregnancy, as the fetus presses down on the bladder, urethra, and pelvic floor muscles. This extra pressure causes involuntary leakage. During childbirth, labor can weaken pelvic muscles or cause nerve damage that will affect the ability to control bladder. Often muscles regain strength in a maximum of six weeks, reversing the symptoms of incontinence. Continue reading