Live Chat - Bed Wetting: How to help your childARCHIVED
Jul 27, 2017 | 5 : 00 PM to 6 : 00 PM
Bed wetting or nocturnal enuresis – as it is known medically – is a condition where in the child unintentionally passes urine while sleeping. The child who is wetting the bed in the night needs more emotional support from parents, and not the nagging, as the child has not yet gained night time bladder control resulting in wetting during night.
But do you really know that bed wetting is not your child’s fault?
Consider this: Your child goes off to the bed completely dry but when he or she wakes up in the morning the sheets and clothes are wet. But he or she is clueless. And you feel that he or she is lying. But he is not lying. Bed wetting is a lack of bladder control during sleep and your child won’t even know that the bladder is full and needs to be empty before it spills and wet the sheets and clothes.
So how do you put a stop to it?
Since it is not your child’s fault doesn’t mean that there is nothing you can do about it. It simply means that you need to be a smart parent and help your child in staying dry during the night. Your child needs your support and guidance at this time and you can help him or her by setting up bed wetting alarms, ensuring the reduced amount of liquid as the day progresses and a visit to the washroom before hitting the bed.
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