When an older child wets the bed

When an older child wets the bed

Bedwetting during sleep is more common in young children than previously thought. Most children outgrow this type of bedwetting by the age of 5, but in some cases, it can still be ongoing.

All children wet their beds and at some point have “accidents” while potty training. This is a normal and expected part of the learning process. In general, bedwetting can also occur after your child has been potty trained, which usually occurs between the ages of 2 and 4 years. But since every child is different, your child may or may not fall into this age group.

If your child wets the bed, it’s best not to make a big deal out of it. Respond calmly and informally, knowing that your child is not intentionally wetting the bed. The key to dealing with a bedwetting incident in your child is not to scold them or make them feel embarrassed. Instead, keep calm and help them understand that it was an accident, that it happens to many children, and that in time it will go away.10 tips for dealing with bedwetting in your child:
Don’t punish or blame them

Help them feel less embarrassed or embarrassed.

Explain that bedwetting is not his fault, it happens to all children, and in time it will go away. Child knows how to make the situation more understandable.

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Consider helping your child change the sheets after a bedwetting incident leave

Make a note rule on other siblings.

Keep track of your child’s urine and bowel movements throughout the day.

Encourage your child to go to the bathroom before bedtime and just before bedtime; and ask them to avoid excess fluids.

Wake your child a few hours after bedtime and encourage them to go to the bathroom.

Reward dry nights with positive reinforcement and provide loving reinforcement after wet nights support on.
psychologist Elena Andrioti says, “Bedwetting can be a frustrating experience for both parents and children. It’s a normal part of childhood development and something most children outgrow on their own. What matters is that children understand that this experience will not last forever and it is recommended to give them the tools they need to feel safe. Ninjamas sleepwear can help kids achieve dry nights while navigating bedwetting experiences.”

Leave dirty sheets and feelings of defeat in the past behind, as Ninjamas is here to empower kids and parents everywhere with confidence and Bringing Discretion Ninjamas are absorbent, stealthy and comfortable nightwear for boys and girls ages 5-12 that will help them sleep better and wake up great.