Opinion

  1. Ginny Laver Ginny Laver Australia says:

    Thank you for this article, it is concise and informative. I have found that making some simple lifestyle changes and using various techniques to build the communication between the brain and bladder helps to stop bedwetting in older children.  Looking at when and what the child is drinking in the evening, same with food, and their level of tiredness, together, with building the communication between the brain and bladder helps a lot of children to become dry at night, and, at the very least, it helps to reduce the number of times some children wet each night.

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