When children urinate uncontrollably during sleep, it is called nocturnal enuresis. Enuresis is a behavioural problem and the most common chronic problem in childhood next to allergic disorders.
Normally bed wetting should end at the age of 5 years, later it is considered a problem - that millions of families face every night. The child feels uncomfortable and guilty about wetting the bed.
Medical and psychological there are various factors that could be responsible for bedwetting - it can be small capacity of urinary bladder, weak bladder muscles, neurological problems,a hormone imbalance, diabetes, intestinal worms, psychological factors (like fear, anger etc) sometimes also genetic factors are responsible for bedwetting.
Bedwetting is the most frequently seen paediatric problem and is called Shayyamutrata in Ayurveda. According to Ayurveda, bed wetting is a physiological and psychological disorder. The Ayurvedic explanation for this urination problem is related to the 3 Dosha activities and the nervous system. In Ayurveda bedwetting is a Vata disturbance feature.
Ayurveda offers an effective treatment for this problem. The Natural treatments of bed wetting in Ayurveda childhood bedwetting treatment helps in preventing the loose tonicity of bladder , mental and physical stress control . In children who experience bedwetting in spite of being grown up, the reason is usually stress. Stress may occur from various causes and it is important to bring your child’s stress under control - Ayurveda specialist chould offer you yoga asanas, mindful meditation, and other relaxation techniques.
In case you have questions and want to solve this problem, you can always consult an Ayurvedic expert and get answers to your questions!
Complaints not be discussed in front of other people.
Dont drink after 7 pm
Mental and physical stress shouldn’t be given to child on bedwetting.
Support your child - reassure that this is a psychological process and can be easily cured.
Your child should abstain from food items such as , potato, tea, chocolates, coffee, and spicy foods producing gas,
Bladder stretching exercises should be undertaken, which are effective for the management of bedwetting in children