Men’s Liberty’s Big Questions: Why Does Running Water Make You Need to Pee?

What’s worse than needing a pee when you can’t get to a toilet? The sound of running water, that’s what. Be it from a tap or the rain outside, the soft trickle-trickle noise can seem like it’s mocking your bladder. Quite why the sound makes us even more desperate to pee is uncertain, but we […]

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas… with Men’s Liberty 2015

‘Twas the week before Christmas, when all through the store Not an item was discounted, not even a drawer; The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there; The children were waiting all snug in their threads, While visions of X-boxes danced in their heads; And […]

Tips & Tricks: How to Use the Bedside Bag

We’ve seen a new question popping up over the last few weeks and I wanted to take a few minutes here with all of you to answer! It seems like we’ve got a little confusion out there about some of the related products that can be provided alongside your Men’s Liberty.

Three Unexpected Causes for Urinary Incontinence in Men

Welcome back – this week we’re going to be tackling a very practical issue. For men with urinary incontinence or at risk of urinary incontinence, it can be hard to know what to do to minimize risks and improve our bladder control. So this week, I’m going to share three surprising things that could be […]

How to Pack for a Trip to the Hospital (if you’re incontinent)…

Welcome back – this week we’re going to be tackling some really practical advice. If you’re like me, when you are planning a stay in the hospital, whether it is for inpatient surgery, or another reason, it is important to be prepared. A well-packed bag is essential for having a comfortable stay in the hospital. […]

The other “I” word for active baby boomers

 Hello my friends – a few weeks ago, we were lucky enough to do a radio interview with Health, Wealth and Wisdom – part of Senior Voice America. And one of the questions really struck me – “why is it so important to have a conversation about incontinence?”