How to end bed wetting with 4 steps in 4 to 12 weeks

  • Eliminate the common causes of bed wetting: prolonged deep sleep,  food sensitivities, habits, misunderstandings..
  • Bed time exercises to teach bladder awareness during sleep
  • Hydration exercises to tone the bladder and ‘holding’ muscles
  • Alarm therapy to develop healthier sleep patterns

Family, friends, even doctors say.. “restrict water”, “there’s a drug for that”, “wake him up”.. but these things can actually make it worse for children who have complicated enuresis, which is bed wetting with several underlying causes like deep sleep, food sensitivities, and poor sleeping or hydration habits.

The bed wetting solutions that really work were developed years ago in hospital clinics, but are not commonly known because bed wetting is such a ‘secret’ problem.  Doctors, the people you usually turn to for these problems, know little about how to end bed wetting because it’s a behavioural, not medical, problem. Our DryKids course teaches the simple parenting techniques that you need to end bed wetting, quickly and happily.(It really works, see our testimonials.)


DryKids bed wetting solution is a ‘toolbox’ of behavioral remedies:

When a child wets at night, either the bladder isn’t sending a strong signal, or the sleep is too deep to feel the signal. Our program helps you to discover, then remedy, the underlying causes of the bed wetting. In most cases it is a deep sleep problem, exacerbated by food and emotional issues, and can be fixed with bladder toning and sleep training:

Most children go through this process naturally at age three or four years, but one of five children miss this chance. A bed wetting coach can lead parents through these steps fairly quickly in most cases. There are different methods including hydration, bladder toning,  and  guided imagery at bed time, that change to go from one step to the  next. Most children can learn in three to eight weeks to ‘hold it all  night’ and never go back to wetting again.

 

stop bed wetting solutions for girls & boys

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Basically, a child has to go to bed ‘comfortable in mind, comfortable in body’ at age three and four in order to learn to trigger the night-mode hormone. 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.  To fix it we teach bed time routines that lighten sleep, tone the bladder for a stronger signal, and motivate the child to wake up and eventually hold it all night. 

 

Call me for tips, because every child deserves to be dry, and CAN be dry:

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“The answer to bed wetting woes in Southern Ontario is DryKids….”
Chatelaine’s “SweetMama” May 2012

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 to teach us their simple but not-so-obvious strategies to eliminate bed wetting….    Read More..

 

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DryKids 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

 


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www.endbedwetting.org  resources for teachers and healthcare

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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