Most parents know that draining feeling in the morning when they realize their child has wet the bed for what seems like the umpteenth time. Often, the feelings of the child are too easily forgotten in the midst of the frustration of the parent. However, parents need to realize the child likely would stop wetting the bed if only they knew how. The situation truly is just as uncomfortable for the child as it is inconvenient for the parent.
Of course, cleaning soiled sheets is not a fun task. Some parents even force the child to clean the sheets in a last-ditch effort to somehow humiliate the child into not wetting the bed anymore. This only adds to the embarrassment of the situation for the child and does nothing to solve the problem.
While it seems there is no solution, there is!
Constant Child Bedwetting
Interestingly, child bedwetting is nothing new. In fact, researchers and scientists alike have found strong evidence that suggests that for children who wet the bed, the behavior is actually inherited from their parents. The truth is simple, children are not wetting the bed on purpose; they just cannot help it. What is worse is that by shaming a child who wets the bed, one can negatively affect their sleeping habits. This only compounds the problem by making it hard for them to wake up when their bladder attempts to alert them.
In addition to poor sleeping habits, bedwetting for children can occur because of:
- Drinking too many fluids before bed
- Spinal irregularities
- Bladder infections
- Nutritional deficiencies
It has been documented that traumatic experiences for a child can induce an increase in bedwetting episodes. These traumatic events are some that an adult would not even realize are stressing their child. This can include the death of a beloved dog or bullying at school.
Again, it must be emphasized that the last thing on a child’s mind is wetting the bed for some rebellious reason. Punishing them for thinking they are trying to pull one over on their parent’s does nothing to resolve the problem at hand.
Conventional Methods of Stopping Bedwetting
There is no shortage of “home-made” remedies out on the internet and in the local babysitting groups about how to stop a bedwetter. However, for most parents, it seems the right solution can never come quick enough and they are forced to just wait it out.
Thankfully, there is a safe, natural, and effective way to stop your child from wetting the bed!
Stop Bedwetting with Chiropractic Care
It is never fun cleaning the sheets after your child wets the bed. When it comes to trying to stop bedwetting once and for all, it makes sense to try to eliminate the root cause instead of just reaching for a stop-gap solution.
There have been amazing results in stopping children from wetting the bed with one method that has proven itself effective in allowing children to sleep through the night without incident. These children are able to feel dignified in the morning once and for all!
Believe it or not, attempts to stop their children from bedwetting has been an increasingly popular reason for why parents go see a chiropractor. This is because chiropractic has proven itself to be effective in solving the problem at the source. Children regularly fall while playing. Any one of these impacts can cause a misalignment that disrupts the brain’s signal to the child’s bladder. Chiropractors are not interested in a temporary solution, they are interested in healing your child. The science is clear - regular chiropractic care can stop your child from wetting the bed.
Chiropractors will rely on their expertise to adjust your child’s spinal column. When the spine is aligned, your child’s body is able to better facilitate healing. This occurs due to roadblocks being removed from your child’s nervous system.
A misalignment of any degree is enough to throw your child’s body out of balance, this leads to a breakdown in communication between the bladder and the brain. This breakdown in communication can result in certain parts of the body not functioning at their peak, in the case of bedwetting it is the neural pathway from the bladder to the brain. The bedwetting is simply your child’s body letting you know it is under pressure and needs help. Luckily, chiropractors are able to solve the problem through safe, natural adjustments to your spine.
If you think that chiropractic care is a good treatment option for your child’s bedwetting episodes, contact one of our Top Rated Chiropractors today. Relief for your child is possible, so start your child’s journey to relief today!