If you have a child who is struggling with wetting the bed, the first thing to remember is that you are not alone. There are millions of children around the world that are also struggling to stay dry. The length of time that a child wets the bed is very dependent on the child, however, it has been found that the length of time bedwetting goes on differs between boys and girls. Girls can experiencing bedwetting up to the age of six while boys might experience accidents at night until seven. Be patient with children younger than these ages because they will most likely grow out of having nighttime accidents and be able to stay dry throughout the night.
In contrast, if your child is older and is still struggling with wetting the bed then the frustration you are experiencing is understandable. Your child is probably experiencing similar frustration along with social embarrassments. It can be difficult to not be able to experience sleepovers, especially for a teen.
How To Stop Bedwetting
We know that you want the best for your child and we bet at this point you are ready to try anything to make the bedwetting stop. If you have tried everything under the sun with little to no relief, you may be feeling hopeless. Did you know there is another all-natural and safe alternative treatment that might work for you child? If you are ready to help your struggling child stop wetting the bed, keep reading to learn about this treatment option.
Have You Already Tried These Treatments?
Most parents try to help their child find relief relentlessly. You are most likely one of these parents who are still trying to find the treatment option that will help your child. You see the disappointment that your child is experiencing when they continue to wet the bed and knowing that they cannot participate in normal activities, like sleepovers, that other children can. Most likely you have tried at least one of the following treatments to help your child stop wetting the bed:
- Reducing the amount of fluids consumed before bed
- Waking up your child several times throughout the night and taking them to the bathroom
- Using bedwetting alarms that are meant to wake up your child with a loud noise when they first begin to wet the bed so they may get up and go to the bathroom to finish
- Taking prescriptions that could potentially have harmful side effects and which only help your child for as long as they are taking the medication
- Putting your child in nighttime diapers that possibly make your feel like a baby and could lower their self-esteem
Have you already tried these treatments with no success? Is your child still wetting the bed? Have hope because there is one treatment option that you have not yet tried that has been effective in treating bedwetting children in the past.
Try a Natural Treatment Option to Stop Bedwetting for Good
If you feel that you have tried every possible treatment option to help your child stop wetting the bed, don’t be discouraged, there is one more treatment option for your child. Chiropractic care has been effective in treating children who are struggling with wetting the bed successfully stop. Our Top Rated Chiropractors are highly trained and extensively educated on how to treat people find relief from many conditions without the use of drugs or surgery. Our chiropractors have experience in treating children who are suffering from bedwetting.
If you are under the impression that chiropractors only treat people with back pain, you wouldn’t be alone. In fact, chiropractors don’t just treat neck and back pain, but treat a wide range of ailments. Every person has experienced and injury or a fall in their lifetime and when this happens it is possible that one of the bones within their spine was moved out of alignment. When a bone is moved out of alignment it can cause issues with your nervous system.
The spine houses the nervous system which is comprised of blood vessels, nerves, and pathways that move messages from the brain to the rest of the body. When these things are irritated and compressed from a vertebrae that is moved out of alignment, your body does not work properly, this could include your child wetting the bed. Chiropractors use a combination of various techniques to move the bones back into alignment and relieve this pressure. When that happens, the pathways from the brain are opened and the body can work to heal itself naturally – no surgery or drugs needed. Our Top Rated Chiropractors cannot guarantee that your child will find relief from their bedwetting struggles, however, there have been many children who have successfully found relief.
If your child is struggling with bedwetting and you feel that you have tried all possible treatment options and are on your last leg, call one of our Top Rated Chiropractors today. Each chiropractor will speak with you to find your child’s individual needs and create a treatment plan that is unique to your child. Call our Top Rated Chiropractors today for an all-natural and drug free treatment option.
How NOT to Help Your Child Stop Wetting the Bed
For both children who are struggling with, and their parents, continual wetting the bed can have a large emotional component. Your child may be fearful when going to bed, and possibly try not to fall asleep so that they aren’t able to wet the bed. As a parent of a child like this, it can be heartbreaking to watch your child struggling. You may have tried every treatment you could think of to help your child with no success.
There is a list of things that you should never ever ever do when struggling with bedwetting:
- Don’t ever use physical force, including spanking, out of anger that the bedwetting happens.
- Don’t ever punish your child for wetting the bed.
- Don’t ever scold your child for wetting the bed.
It is important to remember that your child cannot control their bedwetting and may be just as frustrated as you are. Bedwetting is very emotional for your child and using any of the previously listed tactics can increase your child’s embarrassment or fear about going to sleep and it could cause the bedwetting to continue for a longer time that if these tactics weren’t used.
Call one of our Top Rated Chiropractors today to help your child find relief from bedwetting today!
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