- Motivational therapy. Nocturnal enuresis treatment mainly involves parent and child education. Motivation is important, you should also consider reading facts related to nocturnal enuresis and talk to your child.
- Avoid eating certain foods. During the evening time avoid foods that can irritate the bladder include coffee, tea, chocolate and sodas or other carbonated beverages containing caffeine.
- Empty the bladder. Empty the bladder completely prior to going to bed.
- Supportive approach. Parents must adopt a supportive approach towards enuresis treatment which is very important for installing confidence in children. Punishment has no role to play in this case.
- Reward System. Positive attitude can be initiated by setting up a diary or chart to monitor progress and establishing a system to reward the child for each night that he or she is dry.
- Practice positive imagery. Practice a technique called positive imagery, where you think about waking up dry before you go to sleep, this can help children stop bedwetting.
- Consider using an Enuresis alarms. Enuresis alarms are an effective intervention for nocturnal enuresis in children. Alarms are also recommended for teens and adults who desire an active treatment.
A therapy involving the use of a Bedwetting Alarm offers the possibility of sustained improvement of enuresis and should be considered for almost every patient. Numerous bedwetting alarms or pee alarms are available.
Wearable enuresis alarms or wearable bedwetting alarms, in these alarms the sensors is attached to the underwear or pajama near the point where the urination occurs to prompt sensing of wetness, when the alarm sounds the child or teen wakes up and attends the bathroom to finish voiding. Over the time with the help of this pee alarm a bedwetter learns to get up by himself before the sensor detects the urine and even before the alarm sounds and would eventually stop wetting the bed.
Bedside enuresis alarms or bedside bedwetting alarms use a mat based system. The bedwetting mat is placed on the bed, usually below the bedsheet and the alarm is placed on the bedside. Upon detecting urine, the user wakes up and attends the bathroom to finish voiding. Over time with the help of this pee alarm the bedwetter learns to get up by himself before the sensor detects urine and even before the alarm sounds and would eventually stop wetting the bed. Bedside alarms are used by children, teens and adults to monitor bedwetting accidents.
Bedwetting Alarms have very high success rate in stopping enuresis in children, teens and monitoring adult bed wetting. Choosing the right alarm is important. One Stop Bedwetting offers a large selection of bedwetting alarm and provides free specialist support to help you select the perfect alarm and guide you throughout the treatment process.
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