The usual bed wetting cures didn’t work for you?
Family, friends, and even doctors often say “Restrict water,” “Wake him up”, “there’s a drug for that…” And then there’s “he’ll outgrow it”, and “just use pull-ups.”
At age 3 to 5 most children are ready to get dry, but some kids need a little extra help. According to British Health Service, if a child wets the bed nightly at age 10, there is a 50% chance that it will continue on into the teen years. Waiting to ‘outgrow it’ shouldn’t be an option when we can show you how to end it at any age, without drugs.
When a child (or adult) wets the bed but doesn’t have daytime accidents, there are two or three causes underlying the problem. Deep sleep combined with a food sensitivity, poor bladder or bowel condition, anxiety or earaches…
DryKids program: 4 Steps in 4 Weeks
- Identify the causes
- Lighten sleep with a new bed time routine
- Eliminate problem foods
- Train and tone the bladder with exercises & hydration
- Age 7 to Adult bed wetting – Coaching by Skype or in-home teaching
- Daytime wetting (diurnal enuresis) is quick and easy to fix
- Soiling (encopresis) also easy to fix. Really!
- Night terrors – don’t wait to ‘outgrow it’ because the cure is simple sleep training
“When your kid wakes up with wet sheets, it can leave him feeling embarrassed and uncomfortable, and leave you sleepless, stressed and buried in laundry. Parents who try restricting water or waking their kids during the night find that the problem only persists and the whole family becomes more sleep-deprived. We called in the experts – Dr. Lane Robson, and DryKids Coach Peter Grise – to teach us their simple but not-so-obvious bed wetting solutions…. Read More..
A DryKids in-home consult is followed up by phone and email, with daily coaching to motivate and teach as the child goes from one step to another in retraining sleep patterns.
You will see different sleep patterns immediately, without drugs. If you can answer ‘yes’ to a few simple questions before we arrange an appointment, we can identify the likely causes in your case.
Why don’t adults don’t wet the bed?
We all do it. After an hour or two of sleep we get a bladder signal saying that we should wake up. But you think to yourself, “I’m having a nice dream here!” The thought alone creates a hormone in your brain, and your kidneys stop processing urine. Instead the fluid is retained, and you sleep comfortably. This is the ‘vasopessin trick’ that bed wetting children didn’t learn. The DryKids process teaches them step by step to lighten sleep and tone the bladder, so that he or she will feel the bladder signal and trigger the hormone.
Adult use the water that children lose. Every time we breathe out, we expel water. Instead of using the water to cleanse the blood and prevent constipation, bedwetting children lose copious amounts of water and wake up dehydrated. We can fix that.
A young client in Saskatchewan sent us this letter, read here by our friend Alexis:
Deep Sleep and Bedwetting:
Children have to go to bed ‘comfortable in mind, comfortable in body’ to learn to trigger the night-mode hormone. Sleep can be complicated by headaches, earaches, infections, reactions to food colouring or milk, anxiety about a new school, divorce, a grandparent passing, the birth of a new sibling… the deep sleep becomes a habit. We can assess the causes and remedies for you, in a short free phone consult.
Our DryKids training is done in-home or by Skype, and takes about 90 minutes. See our testimonials here…
No bed wetting drugs, no pull-ups. Every child can be dry.
3 ways we can help
I’m always happy to offer advice by phone, for free.
See our Youtube Videos: advice & motivation by Coach Peter with over 100,ooo views
See our most recent video here:
“DryKids coaching is the answer to bed wetting woes in Southern Ontario”
Chatelaine’s SweetMama, May 2012 Read More