BedWettingCures.net is devoted to curing uncontrolled nighttime Bedwetting which is called Nocturnal Enuresis. You will find that many other companies recommend other bed wetting remedies and will try to sell devices that tout to cure Enuresis. We providing you with the information you need to cure your child’s bedwetting for free without having to buy expensive products.
Beware of companies that promise a 2 week cure. It takes 27 days to change any human habit that we have. Additionally you must have final instructions to re-enforce what has been done to obtain the dry bed. The true reality is to successively obtain a dry bed correcting the sleep pattern for life. It will take at least two months.
We will show you and supply you with everything (Other than an alarm) that you need to get your enuretic a dry bed. We are even able to show you the proven ways to get your child to wake up on his or her own and achieve consciousness. It is very important after they have quit wetting the bed to keep a dry bed. We will supply you with the important “Final Instructions” that will generally keep the bedwetter from ever wetting the bed again.
Our bedwetting cure is backed with decades of research. Bedwetting is a very serious problem. It does affect up to 20% of school aged children, and as much as 2% of the population that has grown beyond the teen-age years. Bedwetting does not have to continue. There is a solution for it. After any physical difficulties have been ruled out (most bedwetting is not physical in nature) we are able to offer a solution.
There is help for you. You do not have to suffer with this. This program has assisted thousands just like you, to get dry. The problem does not lie with anything that is wrong with you. When you go to sleep at night you sleep so soundly that you just lose control, and do not know that you wet the bed until after it has happened.
There is no medicine, shots, or surgery involved. All you have to do to get the program in an eBook PDF format is subscribe to our newsletter.
What Ages Are Affected?
The general consensus by the medical community and by parents is that most children should be dry by 2 or 2 1/2 years old. Some children will take longer and can linger between the ages of 3 or 4. If a child is not dry by the time they are 4 years old, and they are deep sleepers, it is recognized as a problem. At this age, parents should be concerned and pursue proper correction. We are told by child psychologists and psychiatrists that two of the most important factors that will enhance self esteem and personal image are the child’s ability to gain urinary and bowel control. Instinctive self-consciousness about the enuretics inability to control themselves can create emotional scars that can last into adulthood. Many people that have grown out of adolescence seek us out. Not all bedwetters will outgrow the problem without help. When it reaches this stage it becomes a ‘closet’ problem and the subject is seldom revealed or rarely discussed.