20 x Handi-P for men
Offer ends: 8 February 2019
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No one’s talking about the major reason people of all ages are struggling to sleep: nocturia, getting up to pee at night.
The problems nocturia causes (exhaustion, mood swings, daytime sleepiness, impaired productivity, fatigue, inability to concentrate, and increased risk of accidents) stem from the difficulty in getting back to sleep after a trip to the loo. In the US it has been estimated that the economic cost of sleep disturbance is $400 billion a year. Add to this the serious risk of falls and injury, particularly with the elderly. Studies from Germany suggest nocturia accounts for over 250,000 fractures a year.
The Handi-P is an innovative 21st-century reinvention of the chamber pot to help you and your partner get back to sleep quicker and reduce injury risk.
The Handi-P looks like a vase so doesn't need to be hidden away. Use it sitting or standing by your bedside – and possibly without having to fully wake up. There’s no lid and its permanently open, ready for use (so no fumbling around in the dark) yet it’s still spill-proof, odour-proof, noise-reducing and visible thanks to a removable glow-in-the-dark band.
The normal average adult bladder discharges approximately 265 ml of urine per void. The design of the Handi-P allows it to safely contain 650ml; with this amount inside, even if the unit is knocked over or dropped, due to it`s unique design there is no spillage. If necessary, the Handi-P can hold a total of up to 1,400ml and remains incredibly stable.
Visit the Handi-P website for more information and until 1 February 2019 get 20% off by using the code hp20 at checkout.
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