When bed-wetting becomes a problem in your home, what do you do?
Often times when a child is wetting his or her bed, the reason is due either to an
undiagnosed medical condition or due to psychological effects. As a parent, you will
want to find out what is happening with your child so that you can stop bedwetting.
Unfortunately, there are things that prevent many parents from trying to determine what
causes their child’s bedwetting. Some of the things that stop parents from helping their
•Shame (parents worry that a child’s bedwetting will reflect badly on them while children
may be reluctant to speak with a pediatrician about a problem that is embarrassing for
•Misconceptions about bedwetting
•Time (some parents may be reluctant to take the time to help a child, assuming that
bedwetting is a normal childhood ailment and will be resolved by itself)
•Anger (parents may feel frustrated or angry with the problem and this may make them
think of the problem as unimportant)
Thanks to “101 Tips to Stop Your Child’s Bedwetting Forever”, though, you will have the
tools and knowledge to help your child overcome bedwetting. Thanks to the fact that the
book is organized into tips, you can easily read the book a tip or two at a time, in your
spare time, and try several ideas that may be effective in stopping bedwetting. Plus, in
this ebook you will be given the facts about bedwetting, and the latest research and
information you need to make educated choices that can help your child stop wetting the
Before we start to consider some of the things that can be done to stop bedwetting in its
tracks, we need to discuss the very idea of bedwetting. Bedwetting occurs at night, and
often in children who have no trouble or little trouble controlling their bladder during the
day. This means that for these children, bedwetting makes bedtime a terrible time.
Rather than being a time of stories and rest, bedtime becomes a time of conflict and stress
for both parent and child.
Bedwetting is not a rare problem. Experts think that five to seven million children in this
country wet the bed at least occasionally. The older children get, the less likely they are
to wet the bed, as children outgrow the problem at a rate of roughly 15% per year.