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Bed-wetting

Overview

Bed-wetting refers to the involuntary wetting of the bed in the middle of night during childhood. It usually spontaneously stops by teenage years.

Pharmaceutical drugs such as anti-anxiety agents are commonly prescribed to treat bed-wetting. The problem is that these psychiatric drugs may actually aggravate the situation. Not only do they have side effects such as agitation, insomnia, anxiety and nausea, they are causing the body to be overloaded with chemicals that the body has to process.

Although the cause(s) of bed-wetting are unknown, chronic bed-wetting is often a general sign that there is some deeper underlying problem. Such problems can include hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), diabetes, and urinary tract infections. Other potential problems are emotional stress, small and weak bladders that cannot hold urine all night, excessive consumption of liquid beverages, sleeping too soundly, food allergies, heredity, and behavioral problems.

Bed-wetting can also be due to food allergies. When allergies are present, the child’s bladder can shrink, causing incontinence. Therefore food allergies must be screened for and treated if found.

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Prescription and non-prescription medication:

Your non-prescription and prescription are partially the reason that you have this illness or disease – you need to get off these medications, but do so only under the guidance of a licensed health care practitioner.

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