Disclosure: This post is written by me on behalf of Moms Affiliate in collaboration with Bed Wetting Therapy. All opinions expressed are 100% mine.
If you have ever potty trained a child you know the struggles that can come along with it. My daughter was pretty quick once she started to get going day or night. However my boys, that is a whole different story. They seemed to get the daytime potty training down pretty fast but during the night it took alot longer than I had hoped for.
Enuresis or better known as bedwetting is involuntary urination after a child hits the age of 4. Surprisingly it is more common than you would think but as a parent can be a very frustrating struggle to deal with. I am guilty of some common mistakes parents make when they have a child that suffers from enuresis. I did not know how else to handle it and my son was so ashamed when he would wet the bed as he got older. It broke my heart to see him struggle.
A big problem with a bedwetter is their sleep cycle. Most are deep sleepers, so they do not even feel the urge to get up and go to the bathroom on their own. I know that was the case with my son, that boy can sleep no matter what was going on around him.
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They even offer an online treatment therapist to check in every two weeks for extra tips to help your child achieve their goals of no more bedwetting nights.
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What have your tired when it came to your child wetting the bed at night?