Bed Wetting 99
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BED WETTING 99 WAYS TO STOP IT
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Often when a child is wetting his or her bed, the reason is due to an un-diagnosed medical condition or to psychological effects. As a parent, you need to find out what is affecting your child so you can stop the problem.
After reading this publication, you’ll have the tools and knowledge to help your child overcome bed-wetting.
Before we start to consider some of the things that can be done to stop bed-wetting, we need to discuss the background. Bed-wetting occurs at night, often with children who have little or no trouble controlling their bladder during the day.
Bed-wetting is not a rare problem. Experts think that five to seven million children in the USA wet the bed at least occasionally. The older children get, the less likely they are to wet the bed. However, 1% of older teenagers, and 20% of children between the ages of five and six will still wet their bed regularly.
Bed-wetting creates stress for the entire family. Parents may be frustrated and fatigued by the extra laundry, drying mattresses, and reassurances that follow each incident.
The medical term for bed-wetting is Enuresis and it is a serious subject for medical research. Researchers have found that a few basic causes of bed-wetting seem to be the culprit for most sufferers. Among medical causes, ailments such as urinary tract infections, allergies, diabetes, cell anemia and sleep disorders are often the culprit.
Since bed-wetting is often the first sign of these problems, it is a good idea to get your child checked out for these conditions. In addition, researchers have found that psychological reasons such as stress, upset, and trauma often contribute to bed-wetting.
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