One in 50 adults struggle with bed-wetting

Are you struggling with adult bedwetting or your child is struggling with bed wetting?

Bedwetting does not only affect children but, about two out of every 100 young adults wet the bed at night.

Today marks World Bedwetting Day to encourage the discussion and raises awareness of bedwetting, otherwise known as nocturnal enuresis, as a common condition that can and should be treated.

One in six children suffers from bed wetting.

Dr Michael Mol, Medical Doctor & Brand Ambassador for DryNites Pyjama Pants

The cause is a low capacity bladders in kids and adults.

Dr Michael Mol, Medical Doctor & Brand Ambassador for DryNites Pyjama Pants

READ: What to do if your child is acting out of control

I tell most parents that most kids will grow out of bed wetting so to treat it as a disease or a condition only exacerbate the problem.

Dr Michael Mol, Medical Doctor & Brand Ambassador for DryNites Pyjama Pants

Listen to how to help your children deal with bedwetting...


This article first appeared on 702 : One in 50 adults struggle with bed-wetting


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