Managing the problem of night-time urination
Managing urinary incontinence
Are you or a loved one tired of not getting a good night’s sleep?
Urinary incontinence is a significant health problem worldwide that can have a negative impact on quality of life.1
Studies have shown that urinary incontinence is two to three times more common in women1, while research has also identified depression, loss of self-esteem or dignity, urinary infections and stress or anxiety as key issues which affect those people with urinary incontinence.2
Wearing pads can be a useful way to help manage urinary incontinence, or just at night-time if you have mobility issues, but they can also cause some serious problems such as a lack of sleep, given the need to potentially change them a number of times a night, which could also lead to a risk of falling.
- Nitti, Victor. The Prevalence of Urinanry Incontinence. 2001
- Morvan, Vignal. Ipsos Healthcare UK market Research Report. 2019