It's very important for a child's general good health that they drink plenty of fluids during the day. Some children, especially when they are embarrassed about bedwetting, try to reduce their fluid intake during the day because they think it will help them stay dry at night. It isn't a good ... Read More about Drinking And Bed Wetting
It can be difficult to deal with bedwetting because the child is asleep and are not aware of what is happening. Obviously punishment is pointless, but there are some positive things you can do.If your child wants to be dry at night, seek support. This will help stop it becoming a big issue. ... Read More about How Can You Help A Child Who Wets The Bed?
Mostly bedwetting is treated by using bedwetting alarms, but sometimes doctors might suggest a drug based treatment. All drugs have side effects and there aren't any side effects to using the alarms, so it's no wonder they are the preferred treatment.What drugs are used to treat ... Read More about Treating Bedwetting With Medicines
There are two main treatments for bedwetting: alarms and drug treatments.Generally, bedwetting alarms are the preferred treatments for children who are fine during the day.A bedwetting alarm requires the child's full involvement so they do need to be motivated to succeed. Using alarms as a treatment ... Read More about Bedwetting Treatments: Bedwetting Alarms
There's no point in seeking help too early for bedwetting. It might be worth taking your child's cue, if for example they feel ready and would like to try to achieve being dry at night. An intervention will need your child to be involved, so there's not much point seeking a referral before 5 and ... Read More about When To Seek Help For Bedwetting