For those with adult incontinence, traveling can go from being a fun getaway to being a stressful challenge. This begs the question: What are some ways to make traveling easier and more manageable?
An article by NorthShore Care breaks down the most important tips for traveling with incontinence. Read more on NorthShore’s website here! Although forgetting things like shampoo, socks, and eyeliner may be annoying, not bringing essential care items on a long trip can make it unbearable. Being overly prepared is always better than being unprepared.
One great recommendation that NorthShore provides in their article is that you should always pack essential items in your carry-on. Making sure you have such items is important; however, if they aren’t accessible during a long flight it can make things complicated and unpleasant. The best way to do so is to buy travel sized options of every care product that you need. Full sized packages will overfill your carry-on and make it difficult to fit the other necessities. The same thing goes for long car rides; place your travel sized essentials in an accessible location so it can be reached quickly if need be.
Another tip from the article is to bring disposable bags for ease of disposing of adult diapers. Finding a travel sized version of this product can make it easy to pack into your carry-on, as well as a backpack or purse. Having a clean and worry free strategy for disposal while on a plane or car ride is essential.
How Can Edson Help?
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