Children who wet the bed have great difficulty rousing from sleep when the bladder is full. The brain and the bladder do not communicate properly. So, when the child is sleeping, the brain doesn’t get the message that the bladder is full and needs to be emptied.
Other causes of bedwetting
|For more information about overproduction of urine view the video: Causes of bedwetting- overproduction of urine.|
|Learn how an overactive bladder can cause children to wet the bed by viewing the video: Causes of Bedwetting: Overactive or Twitchy Bladder.|
More information on bedwetting
|For more information on Bedwetting, including risk factors, prevention and treatments, see Bed Wetting (Nocturnal Enuresis).|
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