January 15, 2012 2:04:07 AM
what can we do to stop bed wetting?
This is the most frequently asked question by all parents and guardians with children who are wetting the bed. It all starts with making sure your child is examined by his or her physician. This is the only way to tell if there is a medical condition involved and if it can be resolved by treatment. What can be done at home is limiting a child's fluids two hours before bedtime and asking them to take frequent trips to the bathroom before going to sleep. Even if they do not feel the urge to go. If your child still feels thirsty, ice chips can help to quench it so as not to fill the bladder. It can also be simple as changes in the diet. You can check to see if any food or beverages can be aggravating the bedwetting such as caffeinated products. For more information, please take a look at this article: When will bedwetting stop?