There are a lot of myths going around about bed wetting. Below are these myths and facts that you can believe.
Myth: Bed wetters are lazy.
Fact: Being lazy has nothing to do with wetting the bed. Bed wetting is involuntary. A lot of kids who wet their bed are deep sleepers who do not get to wake up when the brain says its time to empty the bladder. Calling a child lazy just because the child wets the bed could affect the self esteem. Read more . . .
Bed wetting can be humiliating. Why does it happen? How can you correct it?
When looking for a remedy for bed wetting, you should first consider what exactly is causing the bed wetting to occur. If you have a child that has problems with wetting the bed, it is important that you find a remedy for them. Not only is it important for their emotional well being, but a problem with bed wetting can be expensive as well, with the cost of bed wetting diapers and the bedding that needs regular washing. The first step in finding a cure for bed wetting is to find out what is causing it. Here are three probable reasons: Read more . . .