Behavioral modification, developed by B.F Skinner (1904-1990), is a psychological approach to treatment. Operant conditioning, which means “undesirable behaviors are replaced with more desirable ones through positive or negative reinforcement,” is the root of behavior modification. Positive reinforcement rewards specific behaviors. It is the more commonly used form of this treatment.
Behavior modification has been used as an effective way of treating bed wetting problems for both children and Read more . . .
There are some alternative treatments that you can use to end bed wetting or at least keep it from being a regular problem. Many of these treatments are combined with more conventional therapies like medication, behavior modification techniques, and moisture alarm.
Alternative healing methods does not have a lot of believers. They actually need more studies for them to be proven as something that is beneficial to people. These methods are not highly recommended since they are not highly successful. Read more . . .
Bed wetting, or nocturnal enuresis, can be frightening not only for kids but also for adults. The topic is often considered taboo. Since it is a very sensitive matter, it can be hard for a parent to find the right words to say to a child regarding bed wetting problems. This article will give some of the most commonly used steps to address a child’s bed wetting problem.
Bed wetting is a very common concern that is shared by approximately forty percent of three year olds and around five million kids aging five years old and above. The problem normally disappears on its own but you still need to Read more . . .
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 . . .
Ever notice how those commercial cleaners often give-off the scent of lemon whenever you use them? This is because lemon has natural antiseptic and antibacterial properties that really come in handy for cleaning your home. Isn’t it best if you used the original thing instead of the synthetic one? Here are a couple of things that you can clean using lemons and other ingredients commonly found in your kitchen.
Stains on your counter top can be removed by applying a small amount of lemon juice for 3-5 minutes. Add baking soda and scrub the stain. Rinse off with tap water and towel dry. Read more . . .