5 Common Bedwetting Mistakes & How To Solve them

Free Live Webinar - Wednesday the 21st November - 8pm for Parents with bedwetting children

Sue Atkins Parenting Expert Webinar Live

Presented live by
Sue Atkins
The Parenting Expert

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Millions of kids and teenagers from every part of the world wet the bed every single night. Most kids don’t tell their friends and as a parent it can be exhausting.

Bedwetting is most common in children under seven years, but it also happens in older children. If your child wets the bed, don’t despair there ARE things you can do about it.

You Are NOT Alone.

The fancy name for bedwetting, is nocturnal (night-time) enuresis. Enuresis runs in families. This means that if your child wees, while they are asleep, there’s a good chance that a close relative also did it when he or she was a kid!

The most important thing to remember is that no one wets the bed on purpose. It doesn’t mean that your child is lazy or deliberately doing it. It’s something they can’t help doing. For some reason, children who wet the bed are not able to feel that their bladders are full and don’t wake up to wee in the toilet.

Some kids who wet the bed do it every single night. Others wet some nights and are dry on others.

The good news is that almost all kids who wet the bed eventually stop. So, if your child wets every night, don’t be discouraged and don’t worry that your child isn’t normal, either physically or emotionally. Bedwetting is not usually caused by a problem with their body or their feelings.

It’s likely that bedwetting will go away on its own.

In fact, 15 out of 100 kids who wet the bed will stop every year without any treatment at all.

When is it?

Date: 21/11/2018

Time: 8:00 pm

In this Wednesday Webinar you will discover:

  • The causes of bedwetting
  • Symptoms of bedwetting
  • When to see your doctor
  • Whether lifting and waking is an effective treatment
  • Drinking fluids as a treatment
  • The pros and cons of bedwetting alarms
  • Medication as a treatment
  • Sleepovers and bedwetting
  • Teens, Caffeine and Hormones

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