How to Stop Bed Wetting

According to an article on Eve Woman’s World, bed-wetting is a messy, inconvenient and expensive business. It leads to frustration and anger with a family, and guilt and shame on the part of the child.

The causes of bed-wetting vary. Some children have small bladders; for others, the neural connection between brain and sphincter is late to develop. There are children for whom potty training has been too rigid, and tinged with anxiety; there are others who have been inadequately trained.

Normally, most children are dry by night and day by the age of three, but until age five, there will be relapses, and a child may start wetting the bed again. Often, stress factors such as a new baby in the family or going to nursery school may lead to the child reverting to bed wetting.

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