Bed-wetting Lifestyle and Home Remedies
When children are first learning to use the bathroom rather than rely on diapers, bedwetting can be a huge issue. Unfortunately, this is also something that can follow children further into childhood as well. However, there are many things that parents can do to help a child who is having a hard time with bedwetting.
For starters, you should always make sure that your child uses the bathroom before they go to bed at night. This can help them to avoid the need to use the bathroom in the middle of the night. You should also limit the amount of liquid that they have to drink right before bed.
Along with this, there are some things that you can give your child to help them avoid bedwetting. For example, raw honey is helpful in some situations. You can give them a teaspoon of honey before bed and again at breakfast to help with bedwetting.
It is also possible that the pH balance in the child’s body is to blame for the issue. Because of this, many parents mix a couple of teaspoons of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water. To make it taste better, you can also add a bit of honey to the mixture. Having your child drink this mixture can help balance out their pH levels and make it less likely that they will wet the bed at night.
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