Most kids will not sweat enough during the night to set off the TheraPee alarm as a false alarm. The alarm is only (obiously) meant… Read More »Will sweating set off the TheraPee alarm?
TheraPee Bedwetting Solution is mostly designed for younger children, but there’s nothing stopping you using it for teenagers and adults with nocturnal enuresis. First, older… Read More »Can TheraPee be used for teenagers and adults?
Using the TheraPee system for bedwetting is a big step towards hopefully eliminating the entire problem of bedwetting for your child. But how will it… Read More »Will the TheraPee alarm wake up other people in the house?
Investing in the TheraPee bedwetting solution system can be a big decision. Once you’ve committed to using the product, you will want to stick with… Read More »How is TheraPee different from other bedwetting systems?
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Can essential oils help with bedwetting?
Essential oils have been used for eons by people in methods such as aromatherapy and massage.
These people believe they have a beneficial effect on certain health conditions, or just for general health maintenance. But not without controversy. While some people swear by them, others say that essential oils have no scientifically proven health benefits. Read More »Essential Oils for Bedwetting
The bell and pad method: have you heard of it?
This is a relatively old fashioned term that was basically the bedwetting alarm of yesteryear – without today’s superior technology. But the underlying methodology and approach was the same as a bedwetting alarm products that we have available today. Read More »What is the Bell and Pad Method for Bedwetting?
Around 1% of adults don’t grow out of the bedwetting problem they had as children. While this sounds like a small number, for each and every person who suffers from bedwetting as an adult, it can have devastating effects on your life. Read More »Bedwetting in Adults Caused By Stress – Overactive Bladder Syndrome
This article is not a replacement for medical advice. See your doctor for specific questions and advice about medications related to bedwetting.
You might have tried and found no success with some of the more common forms of bedwetting treatment – so you’re looking into whether a nose spray for bedwetting can really help or have any positive effect on enuresis?Read More »Nasal Sprays For Bedwetting – Do They Work?
School camps and sleepovers at friend’s houses, or even just spending a few nights with the grandparents, are meant to be fun, fun, fun – but for children who regularly or even occasionally wet the bed, it can bring about intense anxiety and even lead them to want to avoid participating at all.
The thought of having an embarrassing accident in full sight of their friends can bring about deep feelings of stress and worry and this can result in a child experiencing negative social confidence.
So how can a child be sent off happily to overnight camps or sleepovers without worrying about bedwetting? Read More »Tips For Camps and Sleepovers For Bedwetting Children
Wetting the bed after you’ve had a few drinks is a problem no one wants to experience.
Although the majority of people will outgrow the problem of bedwetting in childhood, for a small percentage of adults it continues to be an embarrassing issue. For many of these adults, bedwetting might occur after drinking alcohol.
But is alcohol actually a cause of bedwetting?
Although alcohol itself is not a cause of what is known as Nocturnal Enuresis (wetting the bed at night), excessive intake of any fluids at night and the resulting full bladder obviously puts people who have trouble controlling their bladder during sleep at a higher risk of wetting the bed. Read More »How To Stop Bedwetting After Drinking Alcohol – Drunk Bedwetting Solutions
Most kids will grow out of wetting the bed around the time they reach school age of around 5 years old.
But up to 1 in every 5 kids aged five still wet the bed, while this rate drops to around 5% of kids wetting the bed by age 10. Skipping to kids once they reach the age of 15, and the average rate of bedwetting sits at around 1%.
This means that the age that boys stop wetting the bed, in the majority of cases, is going to be around the time they start school. Read More »At What Age Do Boys Stop Wetting The Bed?