The Bedwetting Doctor's Tips & Advice Blog
It’s important to remember how powerful your words can be. What may seem like just a small comment can have a big impact on someone who is affected by bedwetting. Here are some suggestions for how you can provide encouragement and support to someone who is struggling with bedwetting.
Alarm treatment is recommended for children aged 5 if they want to become dry. If they seem disinterested at this age, it may be better to wait a little while until they feel ready to become dry. Once a child reaches the age of 7, if they are not regularly achieving dry nights then guidelines state that they should certainly participate in bedwetting treatment...
Keeping a progress chart is a key part of the process of becoming dry at night with a bedwetting alarm. Here’s The Bedwetting Doctor’s tips for keeping a good progress chart so that you can maximise its benefits.
Here are some of our top tips for staying motivated during the bedwetting alarm treatment, because persisting will give your child the best chance of becoming permanently dry at night…READ MORE
Progress charts are an important part of the bedwetting alarm treatment, helping your child to reach dry nights as quickly as possible. But how should they be used and why are they important?READ MORE
The path to becoming dry at night is a gradual one. It is important to note any signs of progress so that your child can stay motivated. Even small signs of improvement mark successes in the journey to becoming dry at night....READ MORE