The ABC’s of Bedwetting: N

The complete bedwetting dictionary: N


☀️ Naturally stopping bedwetting:

A number of signs indicate that a child is about to stop bedwetting naturally, although not all must occur at the same time:

* A gradual and steady decline in the number of wet nights.
* A child who has never awoken before begins to wake up and asks to use the bathroom.
* It is becoming more common for bedwetting to occur in the early mornings.
* Despite the difficulty of resisting, the child is able to avoid getting wet during the first watch of the night, which is marked by deep sleep.
* The size of the urine stain on the sheet gradually decreases. The brain’s restraint mechanism stops urination when the bladder sphincter muscles contract due to self-repair.