Every child can stop bed wetting without drugs, in a few weeks.
Bed wetting takes a toll on a child’s self-esteem, and even affects their performance in school. British Health surveys found that it was second only to parental divorce as childhood’s worst trauma.This is why in my retirement years, I help families with the methods that really work to end bedwetting.
If you read no further, please do take this in: Water is the only medicine that fixes bed wetting. The experts use water to lighten sleep, and fix bowel/bladder problems. Enuresis consulting companies have known this for decades, and charge up to $3000 for that tip.
I teach parents how to train a child’s sleep habits, using the Try for Dry program of Chicago Memorial Children’s Hospital, complemented by the experience of these experts:
Very few doctors specialize in ‘enuresis’. These experts are the real deal:
The best people in the field agree that ‘complicated’ bed wetting is multi-causal. When a child has two or three underlying issues (which usually started at age three) you should try a multi-modal behavioral solution.
First Tip to End Bed Wetting: More Water!
Deep sleep, constipation, poor hydration and frustration can prolong bed wetting even into the teen years. A Coach can identify the likely causes and set up a program to lead from waking up to bladder pressure, to sleeping through the night.
The real experts say:
- Restricting water, waking, medications really don’t work to end bed wetting
- There are many possible causes. The solution is to discover the causes, and fix them.
- Constipation, food sensitivities, misunderstandings, and stress are common causes. 50% of the bed wetting boys that we meet have a little sister who is 3 years younger!! Strange but true, this illustrates how easily a 3-year-old child can be affected by change at that age. Contact a DryKids coach to identify your child’s issues.
“Hope all is well with you. Just wanted to update you with our progress.
==== remains dry every night. This past week, we were away visiting colleges.
He still stayed dry, but we are planning on going back to water gulping and following the night time practice before bed for the next two weeks. Once we get through that, we will be close to 2 month’s dry if everything goes well.. See our testimonials here…
No bed wetting drugs, no pull-ups. Every child can be dry.
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