Getting rid of Bed-Wetting at Home Naturally
Your child – still below ten – is in the habit of wetting her bed at night.
It is quite distressing not only for you but also for her – when she realizes it. She is embarrassed and wants to know why it happens and what can be done to stop it from happening. You don’t really have a ready answer – neither are you sure how to handle the situation. It is not really her fault, you feel – it is an almost involuntary action – yet on the spur of the moment, you reprimand her. Try to control your temper – it can damage the child’s psyche unnecessarily. Instead, look for ways to stop this from occurring – turn to Natural Therapy which can guide you in natural ways to get rid of this habit at the earliest. There is no need for the child to take expensive drugs for this purpose.
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Wetting the bed is the only symptom one can observe in this case. This takes place mostly at night, when the child is asleep. This problem though very common among children, can also occur among adults, when it becomes necessary to check for underlying medical disorders.
Habitual bed-wetting could be the result of an under-developed nervous system which does not signal to the child that the bladder is full and that she needs to awake to empty it in the toilet. Alternatively, the child may be in such a deep sleep that it is difficult for her to awaken at the right time.A sensitive child who has been subjected to some form of emotional stress during the day, would have a tendency to wet the bed at night. Sometimes, there may also be other underlying medical conditions such as urinary tract infection or malfunctioning kidneys, for which a diagnosis may become necessary.
It is most important for the parent to have an understanding attitude towards the child in such a situation. The child is already under a certain amount of tension, and only a patient and understanding approach will make it easier for the child to discard this habit.
It may help to ensure that the child visits the toilet just prior to going to bed at night. Also, taking milk just prior to bedtime can be avoided.
Dried dates ground into a glass of warm milk and consumed prior to sleeping at night, will cure the problem of betwetting.
Some herbs can come in handy in the treatment of bed-wetting. There is a herb Equisetum which is available in some parts of Asia, which, while controlling stress, can also play a part in improving bladder control.
Passiflora is another herb with stress-relieving qualities, which can help cure this condition.
Cranberry juice taken in the evening has been found to prevent bed-wetting.
A spoonful of mustard powder taken with a glass of warm milk will help get rid of the habit of bed-wetting.
A paste made of 2 walnuts with a few raisins taken daily over a week to ten days is a well-known cure for betwetting.
Raisins can also be taken along with honey for good effect.
Ripe bananas taken on a daily basis is yet another good remedy for this problem.
Bed-wetting is a common problem, especially among girl children. However, there are sufficient natural ways in which this problem can be got rid of permanently. In fact, this habit does not last beyond 10 years of age.
If you want more ways in which to get rid of the habit, or for more guidance in the matter, do get in touch with a qualified natural therapist.