Are You Ready to Dive into the World of Incontinence and Diaper Training?

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What is the goal of diaper training?

To redefine oneself as a diaper wearer and retrain the basic habit of voiding

What is the process of becoming incontinent?

Drinking heavily four hours before bed, sleeping without protection, and gradually using a plastic sheet

What are the supplies needed for diaper training?

Baby lotion, baby powder, diaper pins, toddler diapers, diaper rash cream, a large sports bottle, fitted briefs, a diaper bag, diaper wipes, conditioner, disposable razors, a loofah, diaper pails, and ivory soap or baby magic.

What is the process of achieving bowel incontinence?

Using the 'body reflex push' method to empty your bowels without conscious pushing

What is the purpose of double diapering?

Better absorption and easier disposal

What is the recommended diet for diaper training?

Avoiding red meat, excess salt, junk food, painkillers, and diet soda while consuming apples, bananas, dark chocolate, bran cereal, yogurt, olive oil, blackberries, cranberry juice, wheat bread, herbal tea, watermelon, honey, almonds, and zinc supplements

What is the recommendation for changing diapers in public?

To use a private area or restroom

What are the potential side effects of becoming incontinent or diaper training?

Physical side effects such as rashes and infections

What is the goal of diaper training?

To achieve functional incontinence

What is the 'feeling-thinking-doing' process replaced by in diaper training?

Feeling-doing

What is the process of becoming incontinent?

Drinking heavily four hours before bed and gradually using a plastic sheet

What are some potential side effects of the process of becoming incontinent?

Rashes and infections

What is the 'body reflex push' method used for?

Emptying bowels without conscious pushing

What is the recommended diaper backing for better absorption?

Plastic backing

What is the recommended way to avoid associating the bathroom with toileting?

Avoid changing diapers in the bathroom

What are some potential causes of diaper rashes?

Overexposure to ammonia from standing urine

Study Notes

Guide to Becoming Incontinent and Diaper Training

  • Becoming incontinent requires a conscious effort to wet the bed every night and sleep in it once wet.

  • The process involves drinking heavily four hours before bed, sleeping without protection, and gradually using a plastic sheet.

  • Masturbating in wet sheets associates pleasure with bedwetting and helps the process.

  • The process of becoming incontinent can take several weeks and requires relaxation and comfort with wetting the bed.

  • Full night bedwetting and diaper use involve wearing a diaper and wetting it deliberately, along with sexual pleasure.

  • Incontinence can also involve bowel control, with a technique involving a topical anesthetic to the sphincter muscle.

  • The decision to become incontinent requires a willingness to redefine oneself and a commitment to a full-time program.

  • The process involves retraining the brain and muscle memory to use diapers and wet them instead of using a toilet.

  • The body undergoes changes, including bladder shrinking, constipation, and synchronization of bowel movements to eating habits.

  • The process can take up to a year and requires precision and practice to become a new muscle memory pattern.

  • The aim is to achieve functional incontinence, where voiding occurs wherever and whenever without conscious control.

  • The method involves a lot of mental retraining, willpower, and humility, and can have physical side effects such as rashes and infections.A Guide to Becoming Incontinent through Diaper Training

  • The "feeling-thinking-doing" process is replaced by "feeling-doing" through muscle memory in diaper training.

  • The urinary system includes two kidneys, two ureters, the bladder, two sphincter muscles, and the urethra.

  • The bladder stores urine until the urge to empty it intensifies and the brain signals the bladder muscles to tighten and the sphincter muscles to relax.

  • Supplies needed for diaper training include baby lotion, baby powder, diaper pins, toddler diapers, diaper rash cream, a large sports bottle, fitted briefs, a diaper bag, diaper wipes, conditioner, disposable razors, a loofah, diaper pails, and ivory soap or baby magic.

  • Plastic pants are needed and can be purchased for around $3 each from a website like AC Medical.

  • Steps to begin diaper training include drinking coffee and water, shredding all underwear, trying on clothes that fit with two diapers on, downloading incontinence hypnosis files, informing others of your decision, and wearing a diaper all day.

  • Eating well is important in diaper training and involves avoiding red meat, excess salt, junk food, painkillers, and diet soda while consuming apples, bananas, dark chocolate, bran cereal, yogurt, olive oil, blackberries, cranberry juice, wheat bread, herbal tea, watermelon, honey, almonds, and zinc supplements.

  • The regimen for diaper training includes accepting oneself as a diaper wearer, letting the bladder empty at the first signal, spending at least 2 hours a day wearing only a diaper, listening to the incontinence hypnosis file before bed, playing nature sounds while sleeping, keeping diapering supplies away from the bathroom, and placing diaper pails by the changing area and bathroom or shower area.

  • The goal of diaper training is to redefine oneself as a diaper wearer and retrain the basic habit of voiding.

  • Diaper training requires lots of practice and patience.

  • Diaper training is an all or nothing program and cannot be separated between day and night wetting.

  • Diaper training is a personal choice, and it is important to own and accept that decision.Tips and Techniques for Adult Diaper Use

  • The author provides tips for adults who choose to use diapers for various reasons.

  • The author recommends choosing a diaper with plastic backing for better absorption.

  • The author advises against changing diapers in the bathroom, to avoid associating the bathroom with toileting.

  • The author recommends packing a diaper bag with at least one day's worth of diapers and size 6 toddler diapers as liners.

  • The author suggests placing a smaller diaper inside the main diaper for better absorption and easier disposal.

  • The author advises concentrating on urinating whenever drinking water to retrain the body's systems to be sensitive to "balancing."

  • The author recommends letting the diaper get wet to promote more wetting and shaving all pubic hair off for better hygiene.

  • The author recommends specific foods to eat and drink to help regulate bowel movements and water balance.

  • The author advises double diapering and using powder after diapering, and recommends soaking in a baking soda bath to prevent odor.

  • The author recommends shaving regularly and masturbating before bed to avoid nighttime erections.

  • The author advises practicing wetting in different positions to achieve day and night wetting.

  • The author provides techniques for achieving bowel incontinence, but warns of the potential drawbacks and need for careful consideration.A Guide to Training Yourself to Lose Control of Your Bowels

  • The author suggests using the "body reflex push" method to empty your bowels without conscious pushing.

  • Eating watermelon and almonds can help soften stools.

  • Colonic motility increases after a meal due to signals from the enteric nervous system.

  • Mass movements push feces into the rectum several times a day.

  • Distension of the rectum stimulates the defecation reflex.

  • Keeping a journal of progress is recommended to track changes.

  • Different stages of progress are outlined for each month of training.

  • Diaper rashes can be caused by overexposure to ammonia from standing urine.

  • Various types of diaper rashes are described, including friction rash, irritant rash, allergic rash, and intertrigo.

  • Yeast infections can occur in diaper rashes and can be treated with topical creams and suppositories.

  • Hemorrhoids can be caused by not changing diapers or cleaning properly.

  • Hemorrhoid treatment options include sitz baths, pain medicine, and topical medications.

Looking to explore the world of incontinence and diaper training? This quiz is for you! Test your knowledge and learn more about the process of becoming incontinent, diaper training, and techniques for adult diaper use. From the physical changes to the mental retraining, this quiz covers it all. Whether you're curious or considering trying it yourself, this quiz will give you a better understanding of what it takes to become incontinent and use diapers.

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