Adult Bed Wetting

Tips to Help Your Bedwetter Stop Bed Wetting

August 25th, 2016

A Bedwetter will spend most of their night in the very deepest stage of sleep, known as stage 4. The body receives less oxygen during stage 4 than it does during any other stages of sleep. Bedwetting pants are a great solution for many kids, especially when you’re looking for a boy diaper. Bedwetter pants look very similar to underwear and even have a cloth cover. In the adult years it can be a symptom of diabetes, kidney or bladder problems or something as simple as a urinary tract infection, for which there are antibiotics. Even though disposable diapers do help adults feel more comfortable, adult bed wetting does need to be checked out.Allergies, cell anemia, and sleep disorders are also causes for adult bed wetting.

Bedwetters learn to cope with social situations by becoming secretive and “creatively untruthful”. Discovery by others is a constant fear of bedwetters. Bedwetting is common, even well after a kid has learnt to use the bathroom. About 1 child in 10 will wet the bed after the age of 5.

Parents may also feel frustrated, embarrassed and annoyed at their children’s bedwetting problem. Their attitude might have an adverse effect on the children. Parents should respond with emotional support and reassurance, and talk with the child’s doctor if it continues. Parents and teachers must understand the power of their words. Repeating suggestions of what you DON’T want the child to do, will only create more of the same problem.

Treatment is slow and frequently unsuccessful. On the upside, eventually the problem often cures itself: Only 10 percent of 7-year-old children wet the bed, and as every additional year passes, another 15 percent of the remaining sufferers stop. Treatment involves first of all a caring and reassuring attitude. Under no circumstances should the child be allowed to lie in a wet bed.

There is a women from Texas that has come up with a solution that helped her child stop bed wetting, Simple but effective.