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how to help your child not wet the bed

Wetting the bed is a very common problem among infants and small children. It is a process of unknowingly passing urine while sleeping. Although frustrating, the last of the phenomenon, up to the age of six is not unusual. The children do not do this for one reason or laziness. Often occurs because of a bladder that is too small or not yet developed, and the production of urine excessive, a’ urinary tract infection, stress, chronic constipation, or hormonal imbalance. When the children are older and still have this problem may feel embarrassed, but fortunately you can help the child with some natural remedies. We will then how to help your child not wet the bed:

cinnamon is one of the most simple home remedies for your child to stop wetting the bed. It is believed that this spice keeps the body warm. So take wing child a piece of cinnamon stick to chew on or prepared for him an infusion. Also l’ indian gooseberry, has the same effects, give the baby a teaspoon of the pulp of indian gooseberry mixed with a pinch of black pepper powder. Massage the lower abdomen of your child gently for a few minutes, it may be d’ help. Include in his diet the cranberry juice, that helps in the bladder and urinary tract. And the ‘highly recommended for children with problems of bedwetting. Although most liquids should be avoided just before sleep, you can give the child a cup of cranberry juice fresh a’the hour before I go to bed. Repeat this process daily for at least a few weeks. Nuts and raisins can be used to reduce the frequency of this disorder, you could then offer them as a tasty snack. If the child is older, you might encourage it to perform exercises, muscle-strengthening, which involves the tightening of the pelvic muscles, holding the position for 5 to 10 seconds and then resting for five seconds. This exercise should be repeated 10 times three times per day. Encourage the child to withhold the need to go to the bathroom for some time. This method can be advantageous to reduce the frequency of episodes of bedwetting. Usually you train the bladder to hold more urine without triggering the urge to urinate, thus helping children to retain l’urine for two or three minutes more, every day.

 

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