Bedwetting Still A Taboo Issue For Many Parents

I reviewed the article below and have a few comments.

The more parents understand about the real cause of bedwetting the easier it will be to understand that shame, embarrassment, secrets, or purposeful behavior have nothing to do with this problem.

The 5th graders (ages 10-11) do not want to talk about bedwetting, they want someone to solve their night wetting problem.

The child or teenager experiencing bedwetting is not to be blamed. Our findings show a core problem of deep sleep.

By age 10-12, there have been many attempts to end the bedwetting which translates to many failures for the adolescent.

Bedwetting is a complex problem that needs individual attention. Our staff of experts at The Enuresis Treatment Center has been effectively ending bedwetting for three decades. Our unique program focused on the deep sleep disorder an puts a plan in place to address all the symptoms experienced by each individual.

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Lyle Danuloff, PhD
The Enuresis Treatment Center – Bedwetting Help For Families Around The World.

According to a new study bedwetting in the UK, and probably around the world, remains a subject kept behind closed doors.

Concerned parents are keeping quiet about their child’s bedwetting, despite more than half a million children experiencing the problem in the UK, according to a new survey.

Half of the 1,000 parents polled by DryNites had never talked to other mums and dads about the issue, with that figure rising to more than 70% in some cities.

Parents admitted feeling upset and stressed about how bedwetting is affecting their child.

“Children who are experiencing bedwetting need support and encouragement, and this is more likely to happen if their parents feel able to discuss the subject,” said child psychologist Emma Kenny.

“Bedwetting regularly affects a fifth of 5-year-olds, so it’s a lot more common than many parents might think. By talking about it to their children, other parents and professionals, worries ease and parents get the support they need to reassure their child,” Emma added.

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