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What is Wearever Incontinence and what do we do?

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3 Ways to Learn About Technology for National Computer Learning Month

October is National Computer Learning Month, an observance dedicated to staying up to date with the latest computer and technology capabilities. In particular, senior citizens can find it extremely difficult to keep up with the latest computer knowledge with constant software updates and hardware upgrades flooding the market. If you’re tired of feeling out of the loop with how to use your computer, check out our guide for seniors to learn more about computers and troubleshoot issues with technology:

  1. Read About Computers Every Day

It’s true. Reading is truly one of the best ways to learn and retain information, especially about computers and technology! The more you read and become familiar with computer terms and best practices for navigating the web, the easier it will be to truly master your device. There are so many great resources out there dedicated to publishing new, relevant information about computers, like GCF Global Learning and LifeWire. Both of these websites explore the basics and fundamentals of computers, while introducing you to social media, troubleshooting techniques and the newest technology!

  1. Ask Your Grandchild or a Trusted Teenager for Help

When it comes to technology, there isn’t much that the younger generation doesn’t know about using and repairing it. In fact, this could be one of the quickest and easiest resources for learning more about how to use your computer. The grandkids will be happy to share their tips and tricks for browsing the Internet and taking advantage of other computer programs that can make your life easier! If you don’t have any grandchildren or they’re located in a different state, consider asking a trusted teenager, like a friend’s child or grandchild.

  1. Buy the Newest Technology on the Market

It is so much easier to learn about the ins and outs of a computer when you toss out the old technology and replace it with the latest upgrades. If you’re using a new desktop computer or laptop, you’ll be able to navigate the web quicker without long loading delays. Also, help services will be able to more easily assist you if you hit a road block!

Now that you know a few helpful tips for learning more about technology, every month can be National Computer Learning Month! We challenge you to work toward computer proficiency every day, so the next time your grandchildren are over, they’ll be asking you for advice!

Low Testosterone in Women has its Consequences

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Incontinence in Women May Be Linked To Low Testosterone Levels

Incontinence affects millions of American women and can be a difficult thing to grasp for many.

Did you know that incontinence in women may actually be linked to low testosterone levels? When we hear the phrase ‘low testosterone’, our minds tend to lean toward males but women have testosterone as well that is vital to the regular functioning of the body. Low testosterone levels in women can have adverse effects on the body, aside from incontinence such as low energy, increased urine leakage, and fluctuating hormone levels.

In a study that was conducted by the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey that consisted of 2123 females, it was discovered that women in the lowest quartile of testosterone level had 48% increased odds of stress incontinence and 65% increased odds of mixed incontinence compared with women not in the lowest quartile (Source).

Testosterone In Women Is Normal

Women require a small amount of testosterone in order for their bodily functions to work smoothly and at a normal rate. According to the University of Rochester Medical Center, normal testosterone measurements range from 15 to 70 ng/dL (Source). When this number is lower, the side effects of incontinence and other medical issues become more apparent.

The Effects of Low Testosterone in Women

Beginning in the mid 40’s, women’s testosterone levels naturally begin to decline and is usually nothing to worry about. Levels of testosterone that are too low, though, can result in more serious medical conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), heart complications, and breast cancer. Urinary incontinence during menopause and thereafter is a concern of many in this age group.

Women with lower levels of testosterone also tend to suffer from health issues such as:

• Varied hormone levels
• Reduced energy levels
• Lowered sex drive
• Compromised bone health
• Lowered pain tolerance

Normal testosterone levels in women aid in:

• Relief of menopausal symptoms
• A Higher libido
• Prevention of breast cancer
• Prevention of heart disease

The best way to address and establish low estrogen and/or testosterone levels is to visit your doctor who will give you a proper diagnosis. Through blood tests and various examinations, estrogen and testosterone levels can be better managed and remedied.

Wearever’s Quality Incontinence Products

At Wearever, we take pride in offering the most effective and reliable incontinence products for men and women. Browse our selection of incontinence panties, incontinence briefs, and reusable bed pads.

Wearever & Defeat Diabetes Foundation Partner

Wearever & Defeat Diabetes Foundation Partner to Fundraise in Support of Diabetes Awareness and Prevention this December

Thanks 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.  Continue reading

Briefs and Panties- Not Adult Diapers

When 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.

Wearever Women's Lovely Lace Trim Incontinence PantiesIncontinence briefs and panties offer the wearer a comfortable, stylish, high-quality and affordable solution that contributes greatly to everyday health and wellness. There’s a vast difference between adult diapers and incontinence briefs and panties, and those with incontinence, as well as their caregivers, are taking notice. Continue reading

Get to know Wearever Incontinence

The 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 Continue reading

5 Signs You Might Have Incontinence

If you think you might have an “overactive bladder” (OAB) you are not as alone as you might think – urinary incontinence affects 15-50% of American women today. How do you know if you are actually a victim of OAB or urinary incontinence? Continue reading

Eversures Becomes Wearever®

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This name change reflects our ongoing commitment to providing incontinence aids and other health and wellness specialty garments, as we also expand our brand presence and facilitate better access for our loyal consumers to our products and services. We will continue to deliver innovative absorbent technology solutions with the comfort, style and protection you have grown to trust from our brands. For more than 10 years, Prime Life Fibers has been manufacturing and distributing incontinence products through the Eversures and Wearever lines, as well as other distributor networks. We have received customer feedback that the duplicate names have led to some confusion. It is our hope that this transition to a single brand name will eliminate any confusion and provide a stronger representation of our Wearever product. Continue reading