Last Updated on August 26, 2022 by One Stop Bedwetting
One of the key elements of knowing how to stop bedwetting in your child is to educate them about bedwetting and issues relating to it and find the solution to stop bedwetting permanently good way of educating yourself is through bedwetting books. There are many books out there that can help you better understand bedwetting, its causes, symptoms and treatment options. Bedwetting books use many different styles such as picture book format or step-by step guide. Below are some of the popular bedwetting books.
- Waking Up Dry: A guide to Overcome Bedwetting
- It’s Not your Fault: Strategies for Solving Toilet Training and Bedwetting Problems
- It’s No Accident: Breakthrough Solutions to your Child’s Wetting
- I have to Go!
- Dry All Night: Picture book technique to Stop Bedwetting
Each of these books is a valuable resource in itself. You can find helpful tips, advice and ideas for positive reinforcement. For e.g. Waking Up Dry is one of the most comprehensive bedwetting books for children in age group of 6 to 13. The book offers parents and children an in-depth view of bedwetting and behavior management techniques, while It’s not your Fault is a practical guide that offers evidence-based strategies for families with urinary control issues. On the other hand, I have to Go is a humorous story, easy-to-read story of a preschooler. The author uses humor and delightful illustrations to explain bedwetting and potty training issues.
There many more books out there that use pictures and illustrations that engage and encourage your child to achieve dryness. If you are looking for solutions to your child bedwetting problems grabbing one of these bedwetting books is a good idea. Depending on your child’s age and interest you can pick a bedwetting book and read it at bed time for better understanding of concept of bedwetting and bladder control.
A bedwetting alarm is the best solution to stop nighttime wetting in the children permanently. They can be used for the children over the age 4. These alarms work with behavior modification. The alarm sensor detects the first drop of urine and alerts the user to get up and use the restroom. Slowly it trains the brain of child to get up before they start wetting the bed. There are wearable bedwetting alarms and bedside bedwetting alarms. They can be bought according to the convenience of the user. For more comfort use Guardian Bedside Bedwetting Alarm, it comes with large reversible cotton mat.