Have you ever been in a situation where you had to travel a distance to pee every day? You happen to be pregnant and your bladder seems to always go ahead of you. Then think about having to put up with this for the next three months to six months.
Or maybe you are sick and bedridden at the time. You have to be helped up to pee and anytime you happen to be alone you most likely and up wetting yourself and the sheets.
Messing up yourself with pee (or poo) you cannot control is distressing. Most cases of teens and adults in diapers are not the most pleasant situation. If you ever caught yourself in your own body mess and then got the miracle of a diaper, you will definitely wear it with pride. And enjoy the wetness of your own pee in safe labor.
Why adults need diapers
For starters, some people never outgrow the need for diapers because of physiological or other health issues. They have to be permanently supported to live normal lives. For these people, wearing a diaper is their only chance to stay clean and fresh all day long. Otherwise, they will have constantly wet themselves thereby inconveniencing themselves and their caregivers.
Some people are unable to hold urine in their bladder; they have absolutely no control over their ability to pee. Most of these people have no physical disability and would change their condition if they got a chance. This condition is known as incontinence.
Incontinence is a common problem among adults and teens. Some incontinent people do not fully pee on themselves. They are able to reach the bathroom before the full flow of urine. Some others are unable to reach the bathroom to pee.
A number of women tend to become incontinent during pregnancy. Their bladder finds it difficult to hold urine for a long time so they have to visit the bathroom often. They may even find that they are unable to make the journey down to the bathroom in a good time – and it happens frequently.
Often times, the easiest way to deal with incontinence is to introduce adult diapers. Diapers help to contain the pee that finds its way out on the way to the bathroom.
People who suffer incontinence wear diapers always, especially in public places. That way they can feel free and safe to pee anywhere. This also helps to eliminate unpleasant smells that could arise from constantly leaking pee on oneself.
For pregnant women, on occasions where she is unable to make it down to the bathroom or is in a public place with no bathrooms, the diaper can absorb the entire pee and leave the surrounding butt area clean and dry.
Furthermore, people get sick for extended periods of time. They lose their mobility or regress in their toilet training ability. At that moment, a diaper becomes a succor that gives them some sense of control over their bodies.
So why does it feel good to pee in a diaper?
Here's the summary…
Peeing in a diaper helps people who have no control over their bladder or body regain control. They can let go knowing that it's alright to let go.
For most people, peeing in a diaper takes away the guilt of peeing on themselves and disturbing other people with sight and smell.
It creates security. An incontinent people can be sure they are not smelling. In cases where they can change themselves, they rest assured they are not a burden to anyone.
What about the babies? Does a baby feel good when peeing in a diaper?
Babies are cute and cuddly and all you probably want to do is tickle their cheeks and carry them. They make life beautiful with the way they seem to let out a giggle at the right time — that's until something causes them to cry. One of the biggest issues that make babies cry is when they're having a "diaper crisis". Except, they're babies so they can't tell anyone.
Nobody wants to wake up in a pool of their own mess, whether baby or adult. Apart from the sheets needing to get washed, they will be feeling cold, moist, and generally uncomfortable from their excrement, hence, the crying.
Babies show that peeing in a diaper is blissful since they can't get to the bathroom.
- They pee on the go without even thinking about it – until the diaper gets wet and heavy.
- The ability of the diaper to lock the wetness away provides them the freedom to let go of their waste. They feel safe in the diaper.
- Have you caught that energy when changing a baby's diaper? It's like they're saying "thank you for taking this stuff away. Now I can pee some more".
Diapers are safety zones for people that can't help themselves otherwise.