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What are different home remedies for Bedwetting?

Bedwetting is a common problem that usually prevails in the children of small age. It is also known to effect teenagers too. It is urinating in the sleep time.

Symptoms of Bed wetting
• Increase in thirst
• Painful urination
• Snoring
• Changes in the color of urine
• Rashes on the bottom or genital area
• Sleeping problems
• Daytime drowsiness

Causes for Bedwetting
• Bladder Size
• Recognition Problem
• Hormonal Imbalance
• Stress or Changes
• Infections
• Sleep Apnea
• Constipation
• Structural Defects
• Using Diuretics
• Heredity
• Kidneys lack hormones that facilitate the holding of urine in the bladder.
• Sudden attacks may occur due to diabetes, sickle cell anemia etc.
• Defects in urinary tract such as improper growth of muscles or tissues.
• Underdeveloped nervous system.
• Bladder infection can also cause bedwetting.
• Stress following a recent event.

Home Remedies for Bedwetting

• Alleviating any fears or stress by talking to the child.
• Encouraging the child to urinate at the start of the bedtime routine and just before actually going to bed in a daily basis.
• Ensuring that the child stays away from foods or beverages that have the smallest amount of alcohol or caffeine.
• Habituate the child to a route urinating schedule.
• Treating conditions like constipation, either through a diet, or through traditional medication.
• Using herbs like Lemon Balm, Horsetail, Zea Mays and Corn silk, which can help alleviate stress and anxiety in children is recommended.
• Certain herbs like Causticum, Pulsatilla, Ursi, Corn silk and Lycopodium are effective in treating bedwetting.
• Massaging the child’s inner thigh with wort oil helps in curing bedwetting.
• Let the child drink six to eight oz. of cranberry juice, an hour before going to bed.
• Make sure to leave a light on throughout the night in the bathroom to ensure that kid is comfortable.
• It is important for the child to drink less water before three to four hours of going to bed.
• During cold climate, dress your child with warm and full sleeved clothes.
• This will help them remain warm which means less urination.
• Help the child to become normal and feel secure and loved.
• Never scold or make fun of the bedwetting child.
• Chewing the cinnamon bark once in a day is one of the common home remedies for bedwetting.
• Try to avoid sweets, meat, artificial additives and too much of fruits.
• Mix Sarson powder in a cup of milk, and give to the child at night before going to bed.
• This will stops the bedwetting problem and is one of the good home remedies for bedwetting.
• Some of the experts suggest that “Magnet Therapy” works.
• Take Neo tablets (Charak) in the dose of 1 to 2 tablets daily for at least two to three months.
• Some alternative therapies like shiatsu and reflexology have reported curing many of the cases positively.

Diet for Bedwetting
• Avoid artificial additives, processed food, junk foods, soy and eggs
• Strictly avoid colas, sodas and fruit juices.
– Increase the amount of fibrous food to remove harmful toxins from the body. The foods that can be consumed are :
• fresh fruits
• vegetables
• whole grains
• cereals
• milk
• sesame
• bananas
• almonds

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