The World Kidney Day is jointly launched by the International Society of Nephrology and the International Federation of Kidney Foundations since 2006. It is an annual event to increase awareness and draw attention to the urgent global need for early detection and prevention of kidney disease.

World Kidney Day 2016 is held on 10 March, with the theme “Kidney Disease & Children. Act Early to Prevent it.”

Certainty encourage you to keep an active and healthy lifestyle.

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discover incontinence
Feeling overwhelmed and frustrated?
you're not alone
Incontinence management is a slow and bumpy journey. Caring for loved ones could be painstakingly demanding when you are coping with their incontinence. Do not worry as these feelings are absolutely normal.

Remember, incontinence is treatable.
you're not alone
Incontinence management is a slow and bumpy journey. Caring for loved ones could be painstakingly demanding when you are coping with their incontinence. Do not worry as these feelings are absolutely normal.

Remember, incontinence is treatable.
How to cope with incontinence

1. Do pelvic floor exercises.
Simply clench and unclench your pelvic floor muscles. Which muscles are those? Next time you wee, stop the stream of urine midway. Presto! You've just found your pelvic floor muscles and done your first pelvic floor exercise.

2. Stick to a wee timetable.
Timed urination helps keep the bladder empty. Discern a timetable that's best for you. Recommended to start with a timed urination every one to two hours.

3. Fill the void.
Take your time in the toilet. After you've finished urinating, relax a bit and then urinate again - this practice, called double voiding, helps to empty the bladder.

4. Keep the path clear.
Clear the obstacles along the path to your toilet for easy access. Wear easy-to-release clothes, like elastic waistbands and Velcro closures.
Reference: http://www.canadiancontinence.ca/EN/index.php
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