Urinary incontinence affects many people for a variety of reasons, so why do we keep it hush-hush? Let’s talk about the truth about bladder leaks.
From persistent incontinence to the occasional leaking bladder, there are many reasons why you may trickle a little. Pregnancy, menopause, urinary tract infections, and even the foods and drinks we consume can lead to leaks. If you experience incontinence, you certainly are not alone. In fact, 1 in 4 people with “internal plumbing” have some form of urinary incontinence. Of them, only 45% discuss their incontinence with a medical provider. Let’s change that.
Types of incontinence include:
Stress incontinence - typically occurs when coughing, sneezing, laughing, or with exercise.
Urge incontinence - occurs when someone experiences a sudden urge to urinate and can’t hold it in.
Overflow incontinence - usually occurs when your bladder doesn’t empty completely, causing bladder leakage throughout the day.
Functional incontinence - Occurs when a physical or mental impairment prevents you from getting to the restroom in time.
Incontinence can be life-altering if it prevents you from doing activities you love. If you experience incontinence, you are not alone. If incontinence affects your quality of life, we recommend reaching out to a medical professional. Experts such as pelvic floor therapists have helped many people find relief!
Incontinence is nothing to be ashamed of, and it certainly shouldn’t stop you from doing the things you love. And trust us, we know how uncomfortable those bulky incontinence products can be. What if there was an underwear for bladder leaks that was cute, comfortable, and could be worn again and again? Enter Saalt Wear leak proof underwear. That’s right, Saalt Wear isn’t just period underwear. With our new Comfort Collection, we have rolled out our high absorbency gusset, which is perfect for those light bladder leaks.
Don’t let your bladder keep you from landing that backflip at the trampoline park. Say goodbye to wearing bulky liners on a run. Sneeze with all your might. Saalt Wear has you covered. Looking for style suggestions? We recommend choosing a high absorbency style such as our Comfort Brief or Comfort Boyshort. Cute, comfy, and leak-free looks great on you. ;)