Bedwetting – Simple Tips To Help Families
As children grow up, one of their developmental milestones is bedwetting or bladder control – it is part of growing up but by remaining calm you will help both yourself and your child.
In this article by Dr Griffith she explains that the condition is a phase which all children experience and it generally resolves on its own, sometimes with a little assistance from parents.
Dr Griffith said that a number of children, based their genetic make-up or other conditions out of their control, are generally more likely to be bedwetters. This group includes male children who are twice as likely to struggle with the condition; and a familial link, where if you suffered from the condition as a child, your child or grandchild could also experience the problem. Children with pre-existing conditions such as ADHD and learning disorders are also susceptible.
She further explained that even though the condition is a natural part of the child’s development, there are a number of things which affect the production and elimination of urine from the body.
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Our Potty Training Reward Chart system can help with the nighttime routine also. Staying consistent with your child can help, and using a sticker chart helps your child monitor their progress at nighttime.