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Tips for managing incontinence and dementia

Tips for managing incontinence and dementia

Incontinence is sadly all too common in people who have dementia; it is thought that around 60 to 70% of people with Alzheimer’s will develop incontinence, usually in the later stages of dementia. If you live with someone who has this condition, it can be useful to...

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New catalogue out soon!

New catalogue out soon!

We're really excited to announce that the new product catalogue from Arelle is due out very soon! Our team is just working on the finishing touches before it is printed, delivered and sent out to everyone who has requested it. You'll be happy to know that price...

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Supporting small businesses during a pandemic

Supporting small businesses during a pandemic

As the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns continue to impact our everyday lives, it’s no overstatement to say this is one of the most challenging times we have all known. Now, more than ever, it’s evident that we need to continue to support each other, our...

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Incontinence and skincare

Incontinence and skincare

Maintaining healthy skin is something many of us take for granted, but skincare is especially important for anyone affected by incontinence – adults and youngsters alike! Wet skin is far more prone to become irritated or broken, which can often be painful and...

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Bladder problems after having a baby

Bladder problems after having a baby

If you're having bladder problems after having a baby, you’re not alone. In the three months after childbirth, a third of women suffer from incontinence. * Yet a third of those women were embarrassed about mentioning it to their partners, and almost half with friends....

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What to do when incontinence affects mental health

What to do when incontinence affects mental health

The link between incontinence and mental health is frequently under-reported, but we know from our customers that incontinence can have a significant effect on a person’s self-confidence, self-esteem and dignity, and in some cases it can even lead to depression. This...

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What are the benefits of disposable pull up incontinence pants?

What are the benefits of disposable pull up incontinence pants?

If your idea of disposable pull up incontinence pants is something bulky, uncomfortable and obvious, it’s time to think again. The style, quality and performance of this type of product have improved dramatically in recent years, which is fantastic news for customers....

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How safe is it to use public toilets during a pandemic?

How safe is it to use public toilets during a pandemic?

As things continue to get back to “normal”, more and more of us are venturing out and about.  And inevitably, there are going to be times during these outings when we might need to visit a public toilet, whether that’s in a restaurant or pub, shopping centre or beauty...

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Our guide to buying incontinence products for men

Our guide to buying incontinence products for men

Over three million men in the UK experience incontinence*, and almost 90% of men who reach their 70s will have suffered bladder weakness at some point. Consequently there are now many specialist incontinence products for men, providing discreet, absorbent and...

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