I wet the bed as a child and I do not think anything would have helped as I was just a deep sleeper and grew out of it in my early teens. I went on to adopt two kids and swore they would never be told of for wetting their beds. My solution was to make very little of it with the help of investing in 2 fully platic specialist mattereses, similar to the ones you find in caravan holiday camps. Basically no offensive smells in the bedrooms, just strip the beds and wash down with shampoo ect I found that the products on the market were useless to prevent mattresses being ruined. Plastic covers not working effectively and difficult to wash. The mattress cost £70.00 each from the internet and when the kids no longer needed them I gave them away on freecycle to a mum who appreciated them. Therefore another generation of children avoiding the useless pointless repremands for bedwetting, Result.
As I child I struggled with bedwetting and was deeply ashamed in myself. I desperatly searched for remedies yet was unable to find any, Until I discovered honey and cinamon, I personaly dislike honey but found it was delicouse in an iceblock and also it was a subsitute for sugar. Cinamon and banana on toast is also very tasty and a healthy breakfast, I hope that I you are either the patent or the child seeking a good cure for bedwetting that this was in some way helpful.
cheers to you all on this blog,
I am a 47 years old female mother of three beautiful children.
i was a bed wetter since my childhood and was punished and tortured for that hereditary gene I have. It was a misery when I woke up wet and smelling awe-full beside my husband at the time, I wished death over that humiliating feeling. I reached for remedies all my life and tried many, but none worked for me. my three children (15, 13, 11) wet there bed almost every night, if one doesn't do it, the other two will; every morning I wash sheet and blankets... I never yell at them or make an issue out off it, and they are doing well in their social life with friends and classmates. However, I feel the sadness they hide or try to hide from me every morning when they run to the bathroom wet of urine. they break my hearts and i feel helpless and blame myself for being the bed wetting gene transmitter. after my divorce(7 years ago) I started consuming honey in great amount, I buy buckets of raw honey and eat with a spoon at different times of the day. actually, honey is the first food I eat in the morning and the last food i eat before going to bed. my addiction to honey stopped the bed-wetting problem and i could sleep dry for many years now. my children don't like honey that much and even they take once they will not repeat it again. finally, I advice all the suffering readings to please get yourselves addicted to honey as it makes us dehydrated and dries our mouths, so the body secretes more of ADH hormone that slows down or stops urination, as part of our sympathetic system's job. and to PARENTS please don't punish your children for wetting their beds they could not help it be nice and understanding they need you more than you think. good luck to all.
After not receiving help from the pediatrician (wait for her to grow out of it isn't really helpful) and my daughter suffering for years with bedwetting, we found a bedwetting clinic and treatment (run by Dr. Jacob Sagie) which uses a specific bedwetting alarm combined with behavioral therapy. They have an at-home treatment option called TheraPeel that anyone with a home computer can use. Highly recommended.
dear public (Remedy for bed wetting)
if your all usg report & good report is normal then and you r suffering from bed wetting then
take 5 leaf bel +5 leaf tulsi and 1/2 tea spoon seed of gular flower with 1/2teaspoon honey and take result within 7days
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The solution, in many cases, to bed wetting is simple but perhaps somewhat counter-intuitive.
The person who feels that they might wet the bed tends to sleep on their back thinking that gravity will prevent anything untoward happening.
If instead they sleep with their body in the first aid recovery position so that their front is inclined towards the mattress then a dry night's sleep is likely to result.
Hi all u frustrated parents, I have two amazing boys one is 5 and a half and the other is 3. My 3 year old son was so quick and easy to day train he was done within a week at the age of 2. By 2 and a half he had three dry nights and I removed his nappy and he has been dry since. As for my 5 and a half year old he almost took 2 years to day train we started when he was 2 and sent his to kinder still training at 3 and a half. I read other sudjestions on this site which got me to go to the health food shop and they sudjested Kali phos. I bought it on saturday and started it straight away, I am surprised, excited and so proud to say that it is only Tuesday and he has had two dry nights.. We have had the alarm pad and that showed us that he wet min 5 times a night and he never heard the alarm...
Good luck to all u other parents and I hope this helps someone out there because it has helped us...
I wetted bed heavily as a child until 9yrs and it gradually decreased until 13yrs. Later in my early to mid 20, it reoccured about two to three times when I started working night shift. I was so sleep deprived that one night when I had the night off, I went into a very deep sleep. It was the best sleep ever but when I woke up, my bed was wet. I started laughing because I just cracked the mastery of bed wetting, I thought to myself. 'Deep sleeping stops the brain from getting the signal that we have to pee'. I also have two kids. A 9yr old that wets the bed and a 5yr old that doesn't. One night when they were sleeping in a hotel room I applied Vaseline on their dry lips. The five yr old moved her head in response to the touching she felt, but the 9yr old laid like a dead body.she didn't even realize she was being touched. This just corroborated my hypothesis that Deep sleeping is a major cause of bed wetting. Since then I bought a very loud alarm clock for my 9yr old and she sets it for 2hrs post bed time. Cos that's when she usually wets the bed. She's been waking up dry more often.
Give ur kid corn silk tea every night before they go to bed & tell them to go use the bathroom
Sending out a big hug to all moms and children dealing with nightly bedwetting. I have a child who wet the bed nightly (often several times) until he was 8 years old. At first, I just invested in a couple pair of washable, waterproof underwear lots to choose from in lots of different sizes even waterproof boxers. And used a waterproof sheet protector to minimize the laundry.
New medical studies have found that constipation may be a mojor factor in bedwetting. And snoring or sleep apnea can be a cause too.
At the age of seven the bedwetting began to chip away at his self esteem. We solved his bed wetting by using an alarm. A child who wets at night has a sleep pattern in which the brain does not react to the full bladder signal. The alarm gradually trains the child's brain to react. He went from being wet every single night to completely dry in about 6 weeks. The bed wetting alarm has given us years of dry nights.
My child absolutely loved the children's book, Prince Bravery and Grace - Attack of the Wet Knights. It is the story of a young prince who struggles with 'the Wet Knights' and eventually defeats them by using an alarm. It's funny yet empathetic and gave him the understanding and motivation to end the bed wetting. The best advice for parents about how to stop bedwetting I found is the book, Seven Steps to Nighttime Dryness, by Renee Mercer. Invest in the books-they make the process so much easier, then an alarm -its the best decision I ever made. www.braveryandgrace.com