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How To Conquer Your Fear of Flying!
I have been saying for quite a few years now that I don’t fly! I haven’t flown in 40 years and ever since 9/11 I have been scared. I realize they say that flying is safer than driving, but it’s just the thought of being up in the air 37000 ft and not being able to do anything if something should happen to the plane. My dream has always been to go to Hawaii. However, that would include flying and I wasn’t sure if I could get on a plane and actually go through with it. So, I kind of took that off my bucket list.
This past week, I received an email with an invite to LA…California….I’m in Buffalo, NY! It was an opportunity I had been waiting on but thought that if I ever did get it, we could drive there and everything would work out just fine. But, it was such short notice that there wasn’t time to drive. The only way to get there was to…..FLY!
The decision was made so quickly that I didn’t really think about what I was doing. (Obviously!) It wasn’t until I was sitting in the airport waiting on the plane that it dawned on me….What was I thinking???
How to conquer your fear of flying:
- Take a tour of an airplane! If you can, take a tour of an airplane especially if you have never been on one. Get a feel of what it feels like to be inside the small cramped space.
- Talk to your Doctor! Make an appointment with your Doctor and see if you can get something to keep you calm, something to calm your nerves.
- Just do it! You could do what I did and just do it! Don’t think about and dwell on it. Take your mind off of it and when the time comes, just get on the plane.
- Plan ahead! There are some things that you have to plan ahead for. Things like bladder leakage. I don’t want to be cruising at 37000 ft above and end up coughing or laughing and smelling like urine because I peed my pants. Thank goodness I came across Poise Impressa at CVS while picking up some TSA approved travel items. Having bladder leakage prevents me from doing the things I love including playing with my grandkids and dancing.
Poise Impressa Bladder Supports do not absorb leaks…it prevents them. The first step in choosing the correct Poise Impressa is purchasing the sizing kit. It comes in three different sizes and the Sizing Kit helps you find your most effective and comfortable internal fit. Each kit includes six bladder supports (two of each size!) However, do not use the sizing kit if you are pregnant or have your period. Wait until you are done. Although it looks like a tampon…it is not! Do not use it as one!
The Poise Impressa Bladder Supports are a soft flexible, internal device with a non-absorbent outer cover, designed for the temporary management of SUI and have nothing to do with how much you weigh or leak, it is about which one is the best fit for you. Start with size 1 and insert it like a tampon. If you still leak, try size 2 then 3 if that’s not working for you.
Once you find your correct size, you purchase your single size pack. They include 10 bladder supports and can be worn for up to 8 hours a day to help stop leaks before they happen. You can leave it in place while using the bathroom.
How to Use Poise Impressa:
- Start with size 1 and insert like a tampon.
- The non-absorbent Bladder Support expands to support the urethra once inside.
- If you still leak, move on to size 2 and then size 3 if you need to.
- Insert and pull on the string to release the outside bladder and dispose of in the trash.
What made me decide to try out Poise Impressa Bladder Supports were the real testimonials that I read. There is a printable Poise Impressa Starter Kit printable coupon at CVS, available until all are claimed.
Topic: How To Conquer Your Fear of Flying!