Bed Wetting Solutions in Ontario and Online with Skype Coach
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Natural bed wetting solutions: we discover and fix the causes

Bed wetting solutions taught to therapists by hospitals in Chicago and Boston are very effective; their “behavioral modification” method is available in Ontario with DryKids training. No drugs, no pull-ups, average 6 weeks to dry with a 95% success rate.

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Bed wetting can take a toll on a child’s self esteem, the quality of their sleep and even their performance in school.  British National Health surveys suggest that bed wetting is “childhood’s second worst trauma,” yet it’s easy to fix by changing the habits that caused it. With DryKids coaching a child can be dry day and night, in just a few weeks.

enuresis experts in USA CanadaThese are the real experts; they spend a lot of time discounting myths and mistakes:

You’ve heard these from friends, family, even Dr. Oz..   “restrict water”, “wake him up”, or “she will outgrow it”, “there’s a drug for that”, and you probably found that these things don’t work at all. With DryKids training even daytime wetting and soiling can be fixed with natural methods developed by these experts:

 

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Nice things our clients say:

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How DryKids Coaching works:  testimonial

Dear Peter,

I am writing this letter because I am very thankful for your time in helping me during my program with the alarms. I am so happy because now I can go on sleepovers wlth all of my friends and not have to worry about waking up wet. Now when I go traveling I don’t have to pack pull ups with me anymore. I can now sleep comfortably in my bed. I don’t have to feel embarrassed anymore or say no when my friends ask to have a sleepover. I can say Yes! Thank you so much for helping me get through this, the program made my life so much better.

Have a great summer!

Sincerely, Gabrielle (11)

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Our DryKids training combines the medically-oriented program of Chicago Memorial – elimination diets, hydration and bladder toning –  along with guided imagery and motivation taught by sleep consultants. This eliminates the causes, then re-establishes more healthy sleep.(It really works, see our testimonials.)

Basically, a child has to go to bed ‘comfortable in mind, comfortable in body’  in order to learn to trigger the night-mode hormone vasopressin. Sleep can be complicated by headaches, earaches, infections, reactions to food colouring or milk, anxiety about a new school, divorce, a grandparent passing, the birth of a new sibling… then the deep sleep becomes a habit.

DryKids in-home bed wetting solutions: 4 steps in 4 weeks to dry

 

Todays Parent Magazine

Article Sept. 1, 2016

“When your kid wakes up with wet sheets, it can leave him feeling embarrassed and uncomfortable, and leave you sleepless, stressed and buried in laundry. Many parents try restricting water or waking their kids during the night, but the problem only persists and the whole family becomes more sleep-deprived. We called in the experts – Dr. Lane Robson, and DryKids Coach Peter Grise – to teach us their simple but not-so-obvious bed wetting solutions….    Read More..

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Three weeks to dry: Liam’s chart

3 affordable, effective enuresis (bed wetting) solutions:

  • Age 3 to 6,  easy to fix!  See our ebook
  • Age 6 to adult in Ontario, in-home DryKids   Training with a money-back guarantee
  • Outside of Ontario, across Canada and the U.S. see our Long Distance Coaching

In some cases a few simple suggestions can make a big difference, so don’t hesitate to call me. I’m always happy to help a child. No child should have to suffer from bed wetting if the cause is obvious and easily changed   …   Coach Peter

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Today’s Parent articles,  source:

http://www.todaysparent.com/kids/school-age/things-you-didnt-know-about-bedwetting/

http://www.todaysparent.com/kids/school-age/how-to-stop-bedwetting/

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