According to the report "Sleep and Incontinence" by the Sleep Research Institute (IIS), urinary incontinence is one of the most important factors influencing the quality of sleep of older people. The report reveals that more than half of those over 65 who have urinary incontinence suffer from insomnia. And between 20% and 40% of those aged less hours of rest recommended.

This report is part of the "Dreams" driven by Lindor Ausonia with the aim of contributing to the welfare of older people as they speak positively of them. According to Dr. Diego Garcia-Borreguero, president of the Spanish Society of Sleep and director of the IIS, "Among people over 65 who suffer from urinary incontinence, inability to sleep is a common event and is the second factor that affects their quality of life after personal relationships. "

Under the project, Lindor Ausonia and the Sleep Research Institute have developed the "Ten Sleep" which proposes ten tips to sleep better:

1. Keep the bedroom dark, quiet and comfortable room temperature.
2. The mattress should be neither too soft nor too hard.
3. Daily physical exercise for about 40 minutes.
4. Getting up every day at the same time and follow a rhythm of sleep.
5. Avoid naps if you have trouble sleeping at night.
6. Going to bed as soon as you feel sleepy.
7. No eating or drinking large quantities during the 3 hours before bedtime and empty the bladder before sleep.
8. Establish a bedtime ritual.
9. If you do not get sleep, do not force the issue.
10. In the case of urine leakage, using a specific absorbent to ensure absorption and keep moisture away from your skin.