Our Message For Parents

We know you’ve been trying everything to help your child or teen stop their bedwetting, (nocturnal enuresis).  We hear the frustration in the voice of every parent.  How we’re able to offer real help is by getting to the source of the issue:  An inherited deep sleep disorder.  In doing so, we permanently end bedwetting, and we end the frustration. 

Fortunately, we have a science-based method aimed directly at correcting the pattern of sleep.  It’s actually unhealthy deep sleep–the kind where a bedwetter won’t hear a smoke alarm or feel an earthquake.  This poor quality sleep often affects daytime functioning like energy levels, mood, outlook, etc., and often produces symptoms that mimic ADD or ADHD.

You can read more about the misdiagnosis of ADD/ADHD here.

Everything Changes For The Better

Everything changes for the better once we correct the underlying disorder. Benefits we’ve seen over the years include:

  • Healthy sleep for the first time each night, and waking up dry each and every morning!
  • Feeling more refreshed in the morning
  • Enhanced ability to focus
  • Improvement in schoolwork
  • Greater ease with social interactions
  • Heightened self-esteem
  • Increased well-being and sense of satisfaction
  • Increased levels of energy and/or decreased hyperactivity
  • Ability to attend sleepovers and camp without anxiety or fear
  • Elimination or diminishment of ADD/ADHD symptoms, which is also likely to eliminate the need for medication

Click here to head to Our Approach page to learn more about our program, The Bedwetting Cure™.

What does NOT cause bedwetting?

  • Psychological challenges
  • Physiological challenges
  • Fluid consumption
  • Toilet training mistakes
  • Underdeveloped bladder
  • A missing hormone
  • Constipation
  • Poor diet
  • Laziness

What does NOT cure bedwetting?

  • Medication
  • Alarms by themselves
  • Pull-ups & Goodnites
  • Mats, pads & bracelets
  • Restricting fluids
  • Changes in diet
  • Homeopathy
  • Psychotherapy
  • Constipation therapy
  • Rewards or punishment
  • Chiropractic adjustments
  • Removal of tonsils & adenoids
  • Awakening in the night for trips to the bathroom

All of these attempts to cure bedwetting only scratch the surface, or have no relationship to proper treatment whatsoever.  That’s why families try these things and either see no results, or they’re only temporary ones.  Money and time were wasted; disappointment and discouragement were the only outcomes.

Message From A Doctor About Outgrowing Bedwetting

Dr. Diane N. Rosenbaum, a psychologist at the Center to Assist in the Regulation of Enuresis, which is part of Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago, said even many pediatricians don’t know how to deal with bedwetting.

Frustrated parents are often told “Don’t worry about bedwetting. They will outgrow it!” A major study in the British Journal of Urology (May 2006) concludes that many children will never outgrow bedwetting – unless they get help.

If a seven-year-old still wets every night, it’s almost certain they won’t stop without getting proper treatment.  This study found that if a seven-year-old is wetting just one or two nights per week, he has a 96% chance of wetting as a 13-year-old.  If someone is wetting three to six times a week, they have a 76% chance of wetting until at least age 19.

Most importantly, IF someone outgrows bedwetting –which is a relief from wet sheets– what they won’t outgrow is the pattern of sleep.  Remember, bedwetting is just a symptom of this pattern.  Other symptoms include sleep apnea, night terrors, insomnia, excessive snoring, sleepwalking, bruxism, etc.  If your child’s bedwetting goes away on its own, they’re not out of the woods.  One of the other symptoms is likely to take its place, and none of them are treatable.

Psychological Effects of Bedwetting

Wetting the bed can be an assault on a child’s self-esteem, especially for an older child or teenager.  Very often they suffer silently.  The single greatest fear is being “discovered,” which often causes them to withdraw, or to feel the need to “harbor a secret” to avoid being teased or feeling ashamed – sometimes even with siblings.

Older children still wetting will often avoid participating in activities such as camp or sleepovers with friends.  Ultimately, the longer bedwetting goes untreated, the greater the potential for psychological and emotional harm.

Our Invitation To You

We invite you to reach out to us for an informational conversation to answer your preliminary questions, and provide you with some relief knowing there’s real help.  At that time, you may wish to schedule your First Step Consultation.  No obligation. 

Our program is an investment in your child’s future.  Ask about our limited-time 30% discount. 

We have been ending bedwetting for nearly five decades.  We know what it takes!  A dry bed every morning is within reach when you take The First  Step here

Questions? Request A Call

Your information is private and secured.

Our Message For Parents

We know you’ve been trying everything to help your child or teen stop their bedwetting, (nocturnal enuresis).  We hear the frustration in the voice of every parent.  How we’re able to offer real help is by getting to the source of the issue:  An inherited deep sleep disorder.  In doing so, we permanently end bedwetting, and we end the frustration. 

Fortunately, we have a science-based method aimed directly at correcting the pattern of sleep.  It’s actually unhealthy deep sleep–the kind where a bedwetter won’t hear a smoke alarm or feel an earthquake.  This poor quality sleep often affects daytime functioning like energy levels, mood, outlook, etc., and often produces symptoms that mimic ADD or ADHD.

You can read more about the misdiagnosis of ADD/ADHD here.

Everything Changes For The Better

Everything changes for the better once we correct the underlying disorder. Benefits we’ve seen over the years include:

  • Healthy sleep for the first time each night, and waking up dry each and every morning!
  • Feeling more refreshed in the morning
  • Enhanced ability to focus
  • Improvement in schoolwork
  • Greater ease with social interactions
  • Heightened self-esteem
  • Increased well-being and sense of satisfaction
  • Increased levels of energy and/or decreased hyperactivity
  • Ability to attend sleepovers and camp without anxiety or fear
  • Elimination or diminishment of ADD/ADHD symptoms, which is also likely to eliminate the need for medication

Click here to head to Our Approach page to learn more about our program, The Bedwetting Cure™.

 

What does NOT cause bedwetting?
  • Psychological challenges
  • Physiological challenges
  • Fluid consumption
  • Toilet training mistakes
  • Underdeveloped bladder
  • A missing hormone
  • Constipation
  • Poor diet
  • Laziness

What does NOT cure bedwetting?

  • Medication
  • Alarms by themselves
  • Pull-ups & Goodnites
  • Mats, pads & bracelets
  • Restricting fluids
  • Changes in diet
  • Homeopathy
  • Psychotherapy
  • Constipation therapy
  • Rewards or punishment
  • Chiropractic adjustments
  • Removal of tonsils & adenoids
  • Awakening in the night for trips to the bathroom

All of these attempts to cure bedwetting only scratch the surface, or have no relationship to proper treatment whatsoever.  That’s why families try these things and either see no results, or they’re only temporary ones.  Money and time were wasted; disappointment and discouragement were the only outcomes.

Message From A Doctor About Outgrowing Bedwetting

Dr. Diane N. Rosenbaum, a psychologist at the Center to Assist in the Regulation of Enuresis, which is part of Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago, said even many pediatricians don’t know how to deal with bedwetting.

Frustrated parents are often told “Don’t worry about bedwetting. They will outgrow it!” A major study in the British Journal of Urology (May 2006) concludes that many children will never outgrow bedwetting – unless they get help.

If a seven-year-old still wets every night, it’s almost certain they won’t stop without getting proper treatment.  This study found that if a seven-year-old is wetting just one or two nights per week, he has a 96% chance of wetting as a 13-year-old.  If someone is wetting three to six times a week, they have a 76% chance of wetting until at least age 19.

Most importantly, IF someone outgrows bedwetting –which is a relief from wet sheets– what they won’t outgrow is the pattern of sleep.  Remember, bedwetting is just a symptom of this pattern.  Other symptoms include sleep apnea, night terrors, insomnia, excessive snoring, sleepwalking, bruxism, etc.  If your child’s bedwetting goes away on its own, they’re not out of the woods.  One of the other symptoms is likely to take its place, and none of them are treatable.

Psychological Effects of Bedwetting

Wetting the bed can be an assault on a child’s self-esteem, especially for an older child or teenager.  Very often they suffer silently.  The single greatest fear is being “discovered,” which often causes them to withdraw, or to feel the need to “harbor a secret” to avoid being teased or feeling ashamed – sometimes even with siblings.

Older children still wetting will often avoid participating in activities such as camp or sleepovers with friends.  Ultimately, the longer bedwetting goes untreated, the greater the potential for psychological and emotional harm.

Our Invitation To You

We invite you to reach out to us for an informational conversation to answer your preliminary questions, and provide you with some relief knowing there’s real help.  At that time, you may wish to schedule your First Step Consultation.  No obligation. 

Our program is an investment in your child’s future.  Ask about our limited-time 30% discount. 

We have been ending bedwetting for nearly five decades.  We know what it takes!  A dry bed every morning is within reach when you take The First Step here

Questions? Request A Call

Your information is private and secured.