Can bedwetting stop naturally?

What are the signs that indicate that the child is about to naturally stop bedwetting?

🔹 Decreased number of wet nights:
A gradual and steady decrease in the number of wet nights. Sometimes, yet not very often, we might notice a decrease in the urination frequency, which turns steady over time. This case indicates that the learning process is incomplete and that in some situations the child’s restraint mechanism is still not functioning properly.

🔹 Waking up at night:
The child begins to wake up and asks to go to the bathroom. This has never happened in the past.

🔹 Changes in bedwetting hours:
The child wets during the third watch of the night. That indicates a proper function of the restraint mechanism for an extended period. Furthermore, the child manages to avoid getting wet during the first watch of the night, which is characterized by deep sleep, despite it being more difficult resisting to. [Read more: stages of sleep]

🔹 Urine stain size gets smaller:
This indicates that the urination action stops during the process. It means that the brain’s restraint mechanism performs self-repair that causes the bladder sphincter muscles to contract, and consequently stop the urination.

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