The Lifting Technique Is a Good Way to Stop Bedwetting
Yet, another night of bedwetting? You are tired of changing the bed sheets every morning. Will your child get out of this habit? Do you need to take him to the doctor? Are you completely confused with what to do? If your child is 5 to 10 years of age there are still chances of him getting out of this habit. However, in case your child has turned a teenager, it is a matter of concern for both of you. We recommend that you consult a doctor to rule out any medical concerns. But, before you go ahead and spend hundreds of dollars in your child’s treatment, you can try out the “lifting technique” mentioned here. Today, we are going to discuss both the positives and negatives of this technique. Read on to know more:
What is the lifting technique?
It is a quite simple technique where one hardly has to spend any money. Few hours after your child has gone to bed, wake him up and take them to the washroom to pee. We recommend that you follow this technique at 10pm every night. This will ensure that he does not wet his bed in the middle of the night.
How to stop bedwetting? OR Is it a solution to look forward to?
It is important to note here that the lifting technique is not a solution in itself. This technique will not instruct the brain to stop bed wetting. But yes, it will instruct the brain to get up in the middle of the night to pee. And when this technique is carried out for a prolonged period of time, your child will stop the urge to wet the bed.
There may be times when your child has stopped bed wetting but then his habit lapses and he starts to wet the bed all over again. In such a situation, the lifting situation helps a lot. Continue this technique for as long as he continues to wet the bed. Once he stops it, you can do away with the technique as well.
For some parents, this technique of lifting your kids in the middle of the night is quite convenient. Instead of changing wet bed sheets every morning, it is better to wake your child in the middle of the night and take him to the washroom to pee. If you are a working parent, you will find this technique all the more effective compared to changing wet and stinking bed sheets every morning. Moreover, your child is a teenager; he too will like this technique than changing of bed sheets.
Note:This technique can help get rid of bed wetting on a temporary basis if not permanently. Along with this technique, you need to take into consideration your child’s eating and drinking habits, lifestyle, medical issues and emotional well being to uproot bedwetting from the basis.