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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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.
Learn more about
incontinence management
It is not always possible to prevent urinary incontinence, but a healthy lifestyle may reduce the chances of the condition developing.

Healthy weight - Obesity increases your risk of developing urinary incontinence. Maintain a healthy weight through regular exercise and healthy eating to avoid it.

Drinking habits - Ask your GP for advice about the amount and type of fluids that you should drink. Cut down on alcohol and drinks containing caffeine, such as tea, coffee and cola.

Pelvic floor exercises - Being pregnant and giving birth can weaken the muscles that control the flow of urine from your bladder. If you are pregnant, strengthening your pelvic floor muscles may help prevent urinary incontinence. Men may also benefit from strengthening their pelvic floor muscles by doing pelvic floor exercises.
Reference: http://www.canadiancontinence.ca/EN/index.php
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