Bella Control Discreet Micro pantyliners
From now on, you can live your life to the full, do whatever you want. Droplet urinary incontinence or a sensitive bladder will never restrict you again. Bella Control Discreet urinary pads are the answer to the needs of many women.
use in incontinence
Bella Control Discreet bladder control pads are a hygienic product for active women who want to keep full control over the embarrassing condition which is incontinence.
use during period
Bella sanitary pads are irreplaceable during a period. They perfectly absorb the menstruation blood, giving you a dry and comfortable feeling. You can choose a variant that is ideal for you: ultra-thin, classic, with netting, with delicate non-woven fabric, with or without wings.
Bella Control Discreet is unique intimate wet wipes intended for particularly sensitive skin. Cranberry extract and glycerine moisturise and protect the skin natural hydrolipidic barrier. Lactic acid helps maintain balanced pH.buy online
Bella Control Discreet is a delicate intimate wash for daily intimate hygiene and care. With added cranberry extract and glycerine as well as lactic acid. It effectively neutralises undesirable odours, which is why it is particularly recommended for women with overactive bladder.buy online
Women with light incontinence who do not know enough about their condition often reach for classic sanitary pads to protect their underwear. Such a solution is ineffective – sanitary pads are designed to absorb blood, which is thicker than urine and penetrates the pad more slowly.
In order to absorb urine effectively, a hygiene product must have the capacity to bind liquids quickly. Bella Control Discreet bladder control pads are perfect for this task. The main advantages of bladder control pads are, above all, unpleasant odour control and increased absorbency, even 4 times higher than that of normal sanitary pads, which allows you to feel fresh for many hours.
Because there are many elements that determine normal urinary tract function, one disturbed element can affect the functioning of the rest. If urine leaks are caused by decreased muscle elasticity within the pelvic region, you can improve their condition by performing simple exercises, the so-called Kegel exercises. Positive effects of these exercises become evident already after a relatively short time.
The highest proportion of women experiences light incontinence. If the problem is ignored, light incontinence might exacerbate.
It is not uncommon that women who experience incontinence ignore the problem or are so embarrassed by it that they hide it from their family and their doctor. Remember that avoiding medical consultation for a long time might lead you to more serious incontinence.
Start to keep a urination log several days before going to the doctor – the more information the doctor will have, the better advice they may be able to give you.
What the doctor might ask about: What situations lead to your incontinence – laughing, lifting heavy objects, physical strain, etc.? Do you happen to leak urine before you make it to the toilet? Do you often experience urinary urgency? Do you take drugs that might affect the urinary tract condition? What is your lifestyle, do you smoke?
For the proper functioning, our body needs a proper amount of fluids every day, which you need to remember even if you have incontinence. The recommended daily fluid intake may vary depending on sex, age, ambient temperature or the intensiveness of daily activities, although our body has its ways to tell us when we need hydration. You should react then to the hints your body gives you, but remember also about a few significant matters.
– An adult should drink around 1.5-2 litres of fluids every day. Periodically, in times of high ambient temperatures, this amount should be increased.
– Drinking the appropriate amounts of fluids helps maintain the proper functioning of kidneys. It is best to stick to the rule of drinking as needed.
– In order to quench your thirst, it is better to drink fluids without unnecessary calories – e.g. still mineral water, spring water, herbal and fruit teas, roasted grain beverages, defatted milk.