Bedwetting (or nocturnal enuresis or sleepwetting) is involuntary passing of urine while asleep after the age at which bladder control would normally be anticipated. The involuntary passing of urine during night-time sleep, also called bedwetting in lay terms.
Bedwetting is also commonly known as night-time enuresis.
Home Remedies for the treatment of bedwetting
1/2 ounce St John's Wort tincture
1/2 ounce kava tincture
1/2 ounce partridgeberry tincture
1/2 ounce schizandra tincture
1/2 ounce bistort tincture.
Combine all the ingredients in an amber glass jar. Have a child (aged between 5 - 9 years) take 1/2 teaspoon twice daily. For a child aged over 9 years give 1 teaspoon twice daily. This will prevent from bedwetting.
How to get rid of bedwetting - Getting rid of bedwetting
Natural home remedy for bedwetting - Herbal teas such as causticum, ursi, lycopodium, pulstilla, oak bark, wormwood, and bearberry are very effective home remedies for bedwetting.
Use pad-type Alarms in both the moisture sensor unit and the alarm unit remain unattached to the person’s body. The sensor is located on a mat or a pad where the person sleeps.
Herbal home remedy for bedwetting can also be cured using certain effective herbs such as causticum, lycopodium, ursi, corn silk and pulsatilla.
Prevention for bedwetting
- Always do bedwetting exercises which can cure the bedwetting problem.
- Let him drink a lot of water during the day.
- Try bladder training.
- Try using a prize chart with children who are old enough to know the difference between reward and punishment.
- One should avoid giving liquids before bedtime to their kids and make sure that kids empty the bladder before they hit the sack.
- Make the child chew cinnamon bark once a day.
- To place bedwetting alarms which can easily control the nocturnal enuresis problem.
- Wake him up in the middle of the night and urge him to use the bathroom.
Diet tips for bedwetting
Maintain a healthy diet. Consume healthy and natural food which contains high proportion of silica, magnesium and calcium. The sources of these nutrients are banana, sesame and almonds. Eat parsley or chew on cinnamon bark.
Eat 2 teaspoonful of walnut halves and 1-teaspoonful raisins before going to bed.