When there is no where to go, go where you are with go guy the pocket urinal
Pawtucket, RI (PRWEB) February 22, 2012
As spring approaches, more truckers will be heading out onto the open road to haul their wares from state to state. And in light of this, U-R-IN Control (http://www.askgoguy.com), the maker of Go Guy -- the innovative pocket urinal that solidifies urine through polymer crystals – has a dire warning this spring for truckers and other long-haul drivers who think that “holding it for as long as they can” is a sensible strategy for dealing with the urge to urinate: on the contrary, it may be extremely dangerous to one’s health.
“When we think of urinary incontinence or bladder control issues, we tend to think of seniors, those with pre-existing health issues such as diabetes, or those with post-operative symptoms,” commented Ron L. Wierks, Partner of U-R-IN Control, the Rhode Island-based manufacturer of Go Guy. “But lost in that discussion is truckers and other long-haul drivers who find themselves stuck on a bridge, or in dead-stop traffic jams, or in numerous other situations where relieving oneself is simply not an option. These individuals need to be informed of the long-term negative health effects of holding their urge to urinate for long periods of time.”
Citing a report by the Harvard Medical School that was featured on MSN Health, Wierks notes that repeatedly holding back the urge to urinate for long periods of time can lead to urinary tract infections (UTIs). Wierks also notes that the urge to urinate isn’t like an itch that, if left unscratched, may stop being itchy after a few moments. “Despite popular belief, the urge to urinate doesn’t go away,” stated Wierks. “It simply keeps building up and building up, until the urge becomes unbearable, and voiding the bladder becomes inevitable. This can not only be messy and embarrassing, but it can be quite dangerous – particularly if truckers and other long-haul drivers are en route when it happens.”
Wierks advises truckers and other long-haul drivers to think ahead when it comes to planning their routes and stops, and make it a point to regularly answer nature’s call. He also encourages them to carry with them a supply of Go Guy pocket urinals for those times when “you just gotta go.”
Made in the USA, Go Guy is an astonishingly tiny pocket urinal that solidifies urine through polymer crystals, and keeps it from spilling thanks to a strong zip-lock top. Each Go Guy package comes with a sanitary wet wipe and a disposal bag, so that truckers and other long-haul drivers can conveniently and quickly be on their way. And since each Go Guy package comes with an equally tiny price tag of just $1.49 each, it’s an affordable solution.
Go Guy is also ideal for police officers on stakeouts, people who attend large events and either can’t find a portable toilet (or for sanitary reasons choose to avoid them), and anyone else who wants a safe, discreet, convenient and affordable way to answer nature’s call when “you just gotta go.”