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'Nocturnal Enuresis' or 'Bed Wetting' is a disorder where a person involuntarily urinates on the bed during night. It is very common in children under the age of five. Such a condition is very embarrassing for children when they get psychologically mature to understand the disgrace it brings. Moreover, it can be equally tormenting for the parents when their child bed wets, even after he/she is expected to gain control over his/her bladders. Such a habit might be the result of various psychological, medical or hormonal problems and might hinder the proper social development of your child, especially if it persists till teenage.
Bed Wetting Dissolve 1 teaspoon cream of tartar in 500ml of boiling water and sweeten with honey and lemon. Take by the small glass.
Cream of tartar
Before going to bed, get the child to empty his bladder to the maximum.
Encourage the child to get up to urinate, even several hours after bedtime.
Do not scold your child for bed-wetting. Convince him/her that the condition can be overcome gradually.
Praise your child for dry nights and reward him/her.
Avoid taking liquids 2-4 hours before bedtime. The amount of liquids consumed can be made up by increasing the liquid intake during daytime.
Giving the child two walnut halves and a tsp of raisins helps in treatment of bedwetting.
Another effective remedy for bedwetting is drinking cranberry juice.
Urination control can be practiced during the day. Here the person is made to delay urination, first for a few minutes, and then gradually increase the time interval of urination.
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