How do you deal with incontinence in the elderly?
Your doctor may suggest you try the following:Pelvic muscle exercises (also known as Kegel exercises) work the muscles that you use to stop urinating. Biofeedback uses sensors to make you aware of signals from your body. Timed voiding may help you control your bladder. Lifestyle changes may help with incontinence.
How can I treat incontinence at home?
Management and treatment for incontinenceincreased fluid intake of up to two litres a day.high-fibre diet.pelvic floor exercises.bladder training.training in good toilet habits.medications, such as a short-term course of laxatives to treat constipation.aids such as incontinence pads.