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Bed Wetting is for Adults Also
Yes, you read it right. You may never know it, but adults are prone to wet nights—not those associated with male discharges. What is being referred here is the type of condition that is more common to children, which is bed wetting or enuresis. This condition occurs when a person, young or adult, urinates during sleep. Studies have shown that roughly 2 percent of adults within the age range of 16 and 60 wet the bed a couple of night every week.
Bed Wetting And Stress
Bed wetting is not just a child’s problem but a problem for parents too. Bed wetting is a common incident. About 20% of five year olds still wet their beds at night. By the time they reach 6 years old, the figure tends to be slashed in half. Each night, about 5 to 7 million children fail to do their business in the bathroom, there are more boys who tend to wet their bed than girls.
No More Wet Nights: Home Remedy Tips to Stop Bed Wetting
Patience is a virtue, especially for parents of young bed wetters. While children cannot control bed wetting on their own, parents can do something to stop it. Parents can resort to some techniques at home without resorting to medications that not only cost a lot, but also have side effects. Here are some simple home remedy tips to make sure that your child has dry nights.