Tips to prevent bedwetting
The right therapy for bedwetting focuses on the child rather than on bedwetting. A child who does not worry about it himself, should (and can) not be treated by people. The motivation of a child, and of the parents, is the most important condition for success. In addition, a number of general therapeutic principles of each therapy are:
- Regular guidance
- Encourage active participation and the responsibility of the child
- Make a treatment plan
- Do not start at a restless moment or just before an important event
- Praise the child by result, do not punish
- Don't expect too much and too fast
- Help the kid with success and disappointment
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A first step in any treatment is to praise or reward the child if it has been left dry overnight. Punishing when things go wrong only makes the child more nervous. This increases bedwetting and the child prefers to deny the problem rather than help find a solution.
An effective and proven method against bedwetting recommended by most doctors
An effective and proven method against bedwetting recommended by most doctors is the bedwetting alarm method. This bedwetting alarm is available from Rodger's webshop. The bedwetting alarm can be used from the age of 6 years. It is important that the child himself wants to get rid of bedwetting and therefore sees it as a problem. The child must be sufficiently motivated to do something against bedwetting. In some cases, the child is already motivated at a younger age. The bedwetting alarm can be used earlier, but it is recommended that the child is at least 6 years old.
Duration of use
It is better not to use the bedwetting alarm for more than four months, unless you consult a general practitioner or social worker. Stop when the child has been dry for 2 weeks. Keep the alarm clock for another week.
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