Monday, January 12, 2015

Incontinence Sufferers Can Experience the Benefits of Sleep

One of the most basic necessity
s for achieving optimal health in the mind and body is maintaining the recommended eight to ten hours of sleep per night. Unfortunately, many problems can lead to loss of sleep, including incontinence. Getting up to go to the bathroom three or four times a night or having to clean up after an accident due to incontinence can keep someone from reaching the deep REM sleep that's so beneficial to their health. All Through the Night Disposable Briefs make it possible for people to get the full night's sleep their mind and body needs.
Health Benefits of Sleep

People who get at least six hours of uninterrupted sleep per night experience improved memory, sharpened attention spans, enhanced creativity, and better focus. Proper sleep also reduces stress, anxiety, and depression.
As well as the mind, the body also benefits from sleep. Research shows, the right amount of sleep curbs inflammation, improves physical performance, increases stamina, and improves the general quality of life. Most importantly, sleep reduces the risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and arthritis. Additionally, according to researchers at the University of Chicago, dieters who got enough sleep lost 56 percent more fat than those who didn't sleep the recommended amount.

Getting Enough Sleep Despite Incontinence
People experiencing incontinence often find themselves waking up to go to the bathroom several times a night, having accidents during sleep, or needing to change their incontinence control briefs in the middle of the night. However, All Through the Night Disposable Briefs absorb up to a quart of liquid, which is three times more than drug store brands. They also neutralize odor and are safe for sensitive skin because of their ability to keep skin dry through the night. Incontinence sufferers can finally get the rest they need in order to properly function physically and mentally and reduce their risk for many diseases.


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