Bedwetting Habits In Children

Many children who have been outstanding for more than 5 years, it still has a habit of wetting the bed at night. And it’s not impossible, this habit can get carried away when he had grown until later. Therefore, identify the cause.

Enuresis is the medical term in the world to mention custom in which a person unconsciously urinating in places or situations that are not supposed to. Nocturnal enuresis is the term for children over 4 years old that still choose the habit. While diurnal enuresis is the term for those who are occasional or frequent urination times during the day.

Every child has a rate of speed in developing different. Both in terms of walking, talking, to have the ability to control urination avoid indiscriminate. If you as a parent have a background in childhood bedwetting, chances are your child will experience the same thing. Many children have difficulty waking up in the night, when the desire to urinate there. Several other children that do not get in trouble for having emotional stress incontinence (no problem in the playground / school, is not feeling well, parents’ separation). Or may also be due to a urinary tract infection, hormonal deficiencies which functions to concentrate urine causes the need to urinate at night issued bigger, and the small bladder capacity.

If the habit of urinating at night or during the day happens to your child, then the child immediately consult your doctor. Make sure they are not impaired around the bladder. After that, the train slowly to be able to control the child’s bladder. Although difficult at first, with effort and desire to stop bedwetting then they will stop by itself. Talk to them that they can handle it. Do not treat them like a baby and hold your anger every time they wet the bed.

Try some of the tips that are free next day :

Get used to the last drink consumed two hours before bed. Avoid soft drinks, tea, and coffee.
Invite children to stretching in order to train his bladder, so that the child can urinate less frequently with larger volumes.
Notice how long the period of time it takes the child from drinking on a regular basis until such time as they have the urge to urinate. Set the alarm to sound at the estimated time.
If they managed to not wet the bed at night, they give “awards”, such as a small gift, or praise.