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Forget everything you’ve heard about how to end bed wetting! These techniques have been developed by pediatricians and psychologists, and taught to nurses in hospital ‘enuresis’ clinics. It works better when the child is taught right in the home.
You’ve heard of the “causes of bed wetting”, but it’s more accurate to think of deep sleep as the cause. This video explains the causes of deep sleep.
Before starting an alarm program, it is important to prepare to sleep more lightly and comfortably. These steps are all you should do for a child under 6 years of age, and are the first steps for older bed wetters.
A little video that helps children to understand the process, and how the DryKids method slowly changes their sleep patterns.
A bed wetting alarm is an important part of any ‘getting to dry’ program because it helps you to identify and change sleep patterns.
- How to prepare
- How to wake the child
- How to develop the new sleep patterns
- How to install the bed wetting alarm
- Bed time routine
- Common first-night reactions
- Maintenance and Phasing Out
- Lack of Progress?
- Still not Hearing?
- Getting Frustrated?
- Preventing and treating a recurrence of bed wetting at a later date