Special Report

Medical Hypnosis in
Wall Street Journal.
Click Here
Overcome Bed Wetting

Overcome Bed Wetting

What is Bedwetting?

Bedwetting is involuntary passing urine while asleep. It is very common and especially normal in children less than 4 years of age and not a concern until perhaps 6 years old. In all cases, boys account for more bedwetting episodes than girls. In adults, roughly 1% are affected and is more common than regarded.

This condition is medically known as enuresis which affect about 15-20% of children. The percentage usually diminishes dramatically as children grow older. However for some, it goes well into their teenage years and possibly into adulthood where about 1% of adults are affected.

What are the possible causes?


Although there is no definite answer, factors such as immature nervous system, under-developed bladder control, deep sleep issues or hormonal factors are just some of the possibilities that cause bedwetting.

Some children sleep so deeply, the message to the brain that the bladder is full does not get through. Sometimes certain stress and anxiety may cause the child to start bedwetting. Medical problems such as urinary infection, kidney problems and others may cause enuresis but this is rare.

Hereditary family conditions could also be the culprit as it passes on from either parent to their children. Interestingly, there is a connection between bedwetting and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) sufferers.

The effects of bedwetting

Some common effects are mood swings, difficulty in awakening, lethargy or hyperactivity, and frustration.

Just remember that it is beyond the child’s control and it is not done on purpose. It is neither the fault of the parents nor the child. Therefore as parents, don’t complain, reprimand or punish them in any way as that would be the worst possible reaction. It will only push them away and make them more stressed and anxious which could perhaps lead to self-esteem and other issues later, not to mention more bedwetting episodes.

The Remedy

Normally as children grow older, the bladder develops more and are not is such deep sleep thereby the bedwetting episodes stop altogether. However at the same time, it is imperative to be supportive to your child.

Check for related patterns or habits and situations such as stress in school or at home, going to bed later or earlier, etc. One can also ensure the child drink lots of water during the day and restrict fluids in the evenings and especially encourage going to the toilet just before bedtime.

Medically, there are drugs which can help. However, these are just temporary fixes and not cures as the bedwetting episodes continue when medication stops. Moreover, there are unwanted side effects.

Hypnotherapy works well

There are always certain levels of emotional anxiety and stress associated with bedwetting and your trained hypnotherapist will be able to relax and calm the individual using hypnotic techniques. Hypnotherapy has been prove very safe as there are no negative side effects.

By accessing the subconscious mind and giving positive suggestions, the brain will take on the message and sends the same message to the body. Thus, this will effectively give back control to the child or adult, producing more confidence and move ahead in life.

In addition, visualisation techniques can also be used to train the mind and create new better sleep patterns, turning them into a positive habit, breaking the bedwetting habit permanently.

Would you want to cure your bedwetting issue?

Hypnotherapy is a very effective and permanent solution to your problems. When you require my assistance, please do not hesitate further and contact me.

There are 3 ways to contact me:
1. Call: +65 6272 7118
2. Email: nancyho@hypnosisoneonone.com
3. Skype ID: empowernancy

Want To Live A Joyful Life!

Receive Free Advise

Contact Me Now

1) Call me at 65 6272 7118
2) Email me at nancyho@hypnosisoneonone.com
3) Skype me

Clarity Masterclass Audio

Excerpts From The Clarity Masterclass
Click here to listen