There are few reliable estimates of how many adults suffer from urinary incontinence, in part because of people’s reluctance to report on it. However, some surveys have found that approximately 1% to 2% of adults overall experience the disorder. Among aged care residents, that number may jump to as many as 39%.
Adults in aged care facilities should not be uncomfortable!
Did you know the anxiety and embarrassment associated with nocturnal enuresis can be remarkably powerful – so powerful, in fact, that people would rather suffer silently with the condition than talk about it with others.
Untreated bedwetting can result in some serious consequences:
Added effort and expense
When wearing Pjama, there is no need to change bed linen in case of a bedwetting incident. Pjama protects sheets, blankets and mattresses.
Our bedwetting pants & shorts make it possible to take part in activities that involve sleeping away from home. For convenience, use Pjama when travelling. Pjama are discreet and look like any other pyjamas.
With Pjama Bedwetting Pants & Shorts no additional pads or bed covers are needed. When you have an accidental wetting, the inner layer of the Pjama absorbs the urine whilst staying dry on the outside. The wearer senses when the Pjama becomes moist inside.
Pjama is not designed to be dry on the inside, but discreetly providing feedback to the wearer when they are wetting themselves. Pjama are easily washed and are therefore an environmentally friendly alternative to disposable products.
How It Works
The main material in Pjama is Tencel™, which is a wood fibre, made with capillary breaking properties.
The inner layer is soft and smooth and can absorb urine.
The outer waterproof and soft layer breathes very well.
There is hydrophobic material at the waist and ankle/knee folds to stop any leakage, and super absorbent material in critical areas.
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