Help for Bedwetting
How Can You Help Bedwetting from a Distance?
We offer you the benefit of four decades of success putting a stop to bedwetting. We are able to work with you regardless of where you live. Our individualized program is equally effective. The only requirement is the ability to communicate via telephone or Skype. Our protocol involves meeting with you approximately every two weeks with the same treatment specialist. They will lead you through every phase of the process to put an end to bedwetting.
How Long Does the Program Take?
Bedwetting is far more complex than you might be led to believe. The length of your bedwetting program varies depending on the individual symptoms, age, and history of sleep disorders and bedwetting in the family.
Is Your Bedwetting Treatment Covered by Medical Insurance?
Bedwetting is not a medical condition, and is, therefore, not covered by medical insurance. Most flexible spending programs can be used to pay for treatment. In the United States it is also an income tax deduction.
What Does Bedwetting Have to do with the Diagnosis of Attention Deficit Disorder?
Many bedwetters have been misdiagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder and/or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, because the symptoms, such as being easily distracted and unfocused, are produced by a bedwetterʼs deep-sleep disorder, and are almost identical to the symptoms of ADD/ADHD. As a result of our approach, we see these symptoms abate.
My Pediatrician Sent Me to a Urologist and She Conducted All Sorts of Tests, But Advised Restricting Fluids at Night.
Bedwetting is not medical in nature, less than one percent of bedwetting is caused by a physical problem. While the pediatrician has a patient’s best interest in mind, they often provide erroneous advice such as “wait to outgrow it,” or they prescribe drugs, neither of which cures bedwetting. None of this will make an impact on the critical factor that causes the chronic bedwetting.
Why do Medical Professionals Tell Me Not to Worry, My Child Will Outgrow the Bedwetting? Is this True?
Bedwetting can continue into adulthood if left untreated. One in one hundred adults will continue wetting the bed. Each year of bedwetting causes further physical underdevelopment of the bladder and needless embarrassment and emotional challenges. Additionally, IF one were to outgrow bedwetting – of which there is NO guarantee – then they are left with the underlying cause of the bedwetting – a non-arousable sleep disorder.
Is the Use of Drugs or Nasal Sprays Effective in Putting a Stop to Bedwetting?
Drugs and nasal sprays are artificial ways of elevating the sleep and/or decreasing the production of urine. When those treatments are stopped, recurrence is common. The nasal spray DDAVP (desmopressin), while frequently used, is not effective at putting a stop to bedwetting. Also, it should not be used on a long term basis since there is no research on side effects from such use.
Is the Bladder Too Small and Does it Cause Bedwetting to Happen?
Bladder size is determined by individual demand and grows mostly at night. Bedwetting retards growth by emptying the bladder one or more times during the night. Said another way, the bladder becomes underdeveloped as a result of the bedwetting. A small bladder does not cause bedwetting.
Will Restricting Fluids After Dinner and Taking the Bedwetter to the Bathroom During the Night Stop Bedwetting?
42 Years has proven that both are counterproductive and do not have any impact on whether or not one wets the bed. We recommend discontinuing both actions.
Since Bedwetters Rarely Talk About the Problem, Does That Mean They Are Not Bothered By Wetting The Bed?
Embarrassment often leads to silence. Regardless of age, someone who wets the bed often live with feelings of fear of discovery, shame, low self-esteem, and feeling “different.” Being silent about the condition is often out of this shameful self-awareness. They often become resigned to living their lives as bedwetters.
We Have Tried to Stop the Bedwetting for Years. Our Teenager is Very Discouraged And Tired of Being Told He Would Outgrow It. What Can Be Done?
Each unsuccessful attempt to help stop bedwetting (restricting fluids, taking to the bathroom, bedwetting alarms, drugs, alarm clocks, reward, scolding, buzzer pads, surgeries) leaves the teenager and family with feelings of failure and frustration. Some people stop wetting the bed in their teen years, but are still left with the heavy, sound, deep sleep pattern that can never be corrected. We are to work directly with you to impact the deep, heavy, sound sleep pattern as a critical part of treatment and stop the bedwetting.
Is Bedwetting Caused by a Psychological Problem?
No, bedwetting does not have an emotional cause. However, it can create psychological side effects that are quite troublesome. Our drug-free program is not based upon psychological counseling.
Are Bedwetters Lazy, Waiting Until the Last Minute to go to the Bathroom?
Someone who wets the bed often can have faulty bladder sensitivity and frequently get urgent needs to urinate. We have know these are often symptoms resulting from the nighttime bedwetting. During the night, of course, the bedwetter us not aware of the urge signals and is totally out of control due to the depth of sleep.
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Internet Companies Claim to Treat Bedwetting. How Are You Different?
We have been a bedwetting specialist since 1975. We have a 97% success rate, and offer you, with confidence, a money-back guarantee. Please visit our webpages located on the ‘Success Stories’ tab of compelling patient videos, television interviews, and telephone conversations with parents discussing their experiences and satisfaction and with our support.
Once bedwetting treatment has begun, you have unlimited access to your Bedwetting Counselor, a real live expert. We are happy to provide you with references from former patients. We are located in Farmington Hills, Michigan and invite you to visit our bedwetting center to meet our entire staff.
For the best interest of the person who wets the bed, always thoroughly question any company promising to cure bedwetting. Determine protocol, if their staff are degreed, how long they have treated bedwetting, and if they work in a professional clinic. Request references only of families who have actually met the staff and visited their facility. We are confident there is no one who will meet all of this criteria but us!
We have found that our patients find comfort in knowing that beyond their regularly scheduled appointments, they can call and have any question answered or any challenge addressed. Availability makes all the difference.