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The best natural alternatives<br> to coffee

The best natural alternatives
to coffee

The best natural alternatives
to coffee...

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Obesity as a risk factor for incontinence

Obesity as a
risk factor for incontinence

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Disconnect from work on your days off

Disconnect from work on your days off

All of us have stressful days, some days worse than others. We think that the day is never going to end, constantly watching the clock . The worst of those days is as we get home it is very difficult to disconnect from the day, especially if the stressful situations are constant and we don’t have periods of disconnection. Therefore, it is important that you learn how to disconnect from work on your days off.

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How to assess if your patient has a urinary problem

How to assess if your patient has a urinary problem

On numerous occasions, you may encounter some patients who come for a consultation and have some type of urinary problem. Determining its origin, the causes and treatment is key to improve their quality of life and well-being.

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International Health problems that women face every day

International Health problems that women face every day

Every year, International Women's Day is commemorated on March 8th since 1975, this day on which the United Nations celebrated this important date for the first time, we have been fulfilling milestones and achievements. But we must also be aware of everything that has to be achieved.

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Improve your sleep routine with these tips

Improve your sleep routine with these tips

In general, when you have a shift job, it is difficult to establish a healthy sleep routine. The rotating shifts, inability to sleep when you are supposed to and having to do it with daylight or noise prevent our body from resting as it should. But if in addition you are a nurse or caregiver, the task is much more complicated. It becomes much more challenging.

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Incontinence and Alzheimer's disease

Incontinence and Alzheimer's disease

People with Alzheimer's disease frequently have problems with urinary and / or faecal incontinence.

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Welcome

Welcome

This section of the website aims to provide help to the friends, relatives or carers of people ...

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Give more than care, give well-being

Give more than care, give well-being

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What is incontinence?

What is incontinence?

Incontinence can be a very upsetting condition both for those suffering with it and the people ar...

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iD Comfy Junior range for children

iD Comfy Junior range for children

Discreet absorbent underwear to help
your child manage night & day time
wetting...

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What can you do?

What can you do?

From a very young age we are strictly trained to control our urges to go to the toilet

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Understanding the Bladder

Understanding the Bladder

When caring for someone with urinary incontinence, you may find it useful to have a rudimentary u...

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Understanding the Bowel

Understanding the Bowel

When caring for someone with faecal incontinence, you may find it useful to have a rudimentary un...

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The importance of a Healthy Lifestyle

The importance of a Healthy Lifestyle

It is important that the person you are caring for tries to exercise every day

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Treatment Options

Treatment Options

When the person you are caring for has been diagnosed and knows what is causing their bladder pro...

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Using Incontinence Pads

Using Incontinence Pads

Incontinence pads are designed specifically to absorb and contain urine and/or faeces.

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Emotional Support

Emotional Support

Even though it is remarkably common, incontinence itself is still largely a taboo subject.

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Leading a normal life

Leading a normal life

Going on a long journey or a holiday can be a major concern for the person you are caring for...

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Look after your own health

Look after your own health

There is no doubt that, without the right support, caring can all too easily damage your own health

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The Three Stages of Caring

The Three Stages of Caring

There is a theory that people with caring responsibilities go through stages of caring.

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