For Teen Bedwetters
We will work until you are completely dry. Don't blame yourself: It's not your fault. Parents can call our office to learn more about how our treatment program can work for you.
Please know that there is nothing wrong with you. You inherited a sleep pattern that causes you to sleep very deeply. This very deep sleep means your brain cannot get a signal from the bladder and a wet occurs. Your bladder empties without the brain knowing it. The bedwetting is just a red flag, the sleep disorder is the more serious underlying issue. The good news is that this can be changed. We have worked with and cured thousands of teenagers.
Why our program will work for
- Everything is done in the privacy of your home
- We will be working directly with your parents
- We know this can be confusing and make you feel angry
- You have a choice of both male and female treatment counselors
- We work until you are permanently dry
How to begin
We schedule a one hour consultation with you and your parents. We need to gather information about the bedwetting and deep sleep symptoms so we can discuss the right approach for permanently ending the bedwetting. Your parents can give us all your information and everything discussed is kept confidential. We will address any questions and concerns you may have. You and your parents will then decide if you want to begin treatment.
Listen to other teens talk about our program
We know how frustrating and confusing this problem is. We encourage you to discuss what you have learned on our website and share your frustrations with your parents. It may be difficult to appreciate, you're not the only person your age to experience bedwetting. In fact, according to the National Kidney Foundation, 1 to 2 out of every 100 teens at age 15 wets the bed. This is a very common problem... it is just not commonly discussed.
- Bedwetting runs in families. There is often a history in the family lineage.
- Research has shown that if the father wet the bed as a child, there is a 39 percent greater chance the child will wet the bed, and if the mother has a history of bedwetting, there is a 23 percent greater chance
- If both perents have a history of bedwetting, there is a 77 percent chance the child will also wet the bed. Source: University of Iowa Science Relations
You may be surprised to learn that the deep sleep pattern is causing your bedwetting is genetic. According to the National Kidney Foundation, if both parents were bedwetters, a teen has a 7 in 10 chance of wetting the bed. Your mom or dad may have gone through the same thing when they were your age, so speak to them about contacting us.
Since many of our treatment counselors
have teens who were bedwetters, they understand personally
and professionally. Let us help you. The sooner you start, the sooner this will be behind you.
Finally, someone is talking out loud, very loud, about bedwetting. Comic Sarah Silverman discusses her problem with bedwetting in her memoir, The Bedwetter: Stories of Courage, Redemption, and Pee. She recalls how deep and dark the experience of bedwetting was to her. Then another actress, Jane Badler, who starred in the V series on television reveals she was a bedwetter. Sarah commented to USA TODAY that she thought that was cavalier about openly sharing that part of her past.
We understand the shame and suffering teenagers experience regarding this deep sleep disorder's symptom: bedwetting. We have 37 years of success ending bedwetting for teens worldwide, and will help you. Please telephone us today, or share our website informaton with a parent.
1-800-379-2331 U.S or 1-248-785-1199 Intl.
"This experience had definitely been one to remember. It affected my life in so many ways. Good, bad, and everything in-between. The whole system seemed like a load of pointless work. It seemed like a never-ending program leading to nothing.
Now that I am FINISHED with this program, I look back on all the times that I really hated doing the steps of the program, and feel a certain gratefulness that you guys stuck by me, even when I thought that nothing was going to work. I am so grateful, to not have to worry about ever wetting the bed again and I can say with confidence, that this bed-wetting program does work, all you have to do is try."
Nicole, 15 - Completed treatment 2007