Always Discreet Samples

Offer ends: 1 December 2017

Why is period protection not suitable for bladder leaks?
Some women who are experiencing bladder leaks are unaware that they're using the wrong product to manage their incontinence. We want to help change that.

So, what's the difference?
Simply put, incontinence comes with different types of fluids and odours than menstruation. ALWAYS DISCREET, for bladder sensitivity, can deal with them in a way that a period pad just can’t!

What samples are on offer?

Always Discreet Light Liners (limited stock), Always Discreet Long Plus Pad, Always Discreet Heavy Pants Plus (Large)

READ INDEPENDENT REVIEWS OF ALWAYS DISCREET HERE

First signs of bladder weakness? Now what?

1 in 3 women in the UK experience bladder sensitivity, meaning it’s more common than you
think1. For many, this might mean noticing the first signs of light leaks when laughing, sneezing, coughing or exercising. If this sounds familiar, you’re certainly not alone.

Don’t panic!
Although adult Incontinence is common, few women talk about it so anyone suffering in silence may feel embarrassed and might not be aware of all the information available. Luckily, Always Discreet for Sensitive Bladder is on hand with all the essential advice and information to help you cope with bladder so that nothing holds you back from living life to the full.

Tips and Tricks

GP, campaign ambassador, Dr Sarah Jarvis
“Simple lifestyle changes can help you regain control over sensitive bladder. Here are my top tips:”

It’s good to talk: It may sound clichéd but it really is good to talk – you’ll be surprised how many women you know will say “me too! So try talking to a close friend or female family member. It’s also important to seek professional help so visit your GP.

Keep moving: Swap high impact exercise like running with low impact spots such as cycling, or Nordic walking. And forgot abdominal crunches, strength your core with practices like yoga or Pilates

Keep Hydrated: There’s no need to avoid drinking in order to reduce the urge to visit the loo and in fact lead to bladder infections, Drinking water also helps to reduce odours, add a splash of cranberry juice which benefits urinary health as well…so drink up!

Do your pelvic floor exercises: A strong pelvic floor can dramatically reduce leaks and improve overall health. By practising at least three times a day, you can strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which controls the hold and release of urine. Go to awaydiscreet.co.uk for tips on how to do your daily pelvic floor exercises.

Use specialist products: A common mistake is to use sanitary pads or panty liners, rather than products specifically designed to cope with urine loss, such as Always Discreet for Sensitive bladder.

You are not alone: Remember, adult incontinence is something millions of women experience so if you are experience the first signs, you don’t need to suffer in silence.

We believe that every woman deserves to be free to move spontaneously at every stage of her life. That’s why we created Always Discreet, a unique line-up of sensitive bladder protection products from the No.1 most trusted brand in feminine protection. It’s the perfect combination of form, function and feminine design. The Always Discreet range of liners and pads offer incredible protection and at the same time are surprisingly thin. Always Discreet pants feature a thin triple layer core and cotton-like softness, providing up to 100% protection and comfort. With Always Discreet, sensitive bladder can feel like no big deal.

Try it for yourself! Find out how bladder leaks can feel like no big deal. We think you will love it!

For more information visit the Always Discreet website

(1) Milsom I, Altman D, Lapitan MC, Nelson R, Sillen U, Thom D. Epidemiology of urinary (UI) and faecal (FI) incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse (POP). Paris: Health Publication Ltd (2009).

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