In 99% of all cases of bedwetting the main cause is poor sleep. It is an inherited deep sleep disorder that causes bedwetting and irreversible, unhealthy sleep.
This sleep disorder can also cause symptoms during the day; Waking up, fatigue, memory problems, irritability, difficulty concentrating. These symptoms may worsen as bedwetting reaches adulthood, but bedwetting as a sleep disorder can be cured with the right treatment and exercises.
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There is no guarantee that a person will come out of urination at night, it is even less likely after the age of seven. One in 50 adolescents and 3.2 million adults report a case of bedwetting.
More importantly, if one overcomes these problems, sleep disturbances will be left behind, along with potentially challenging symptoms that cannot be treated anymore.
Proper care is never easy. Self-medication programs alone do not treat sleep disorders. Studies show a very high recurrence rate of urinating at night with an alarm, leading to another failed experience.
Appropriate bladder capacity and muscle strength, regardless of age, should also be included in the treatment to ensure that all urinary/sleep disturbance symptoms are fully resolved.
Many healthcare professionals misinform their patients when they blame a small bladder for bedwetting. This is actually the result of urinating in bed. In addition, fluid restriction leads to further bladder underdevelopment and dehydration.
If the drug is prescribed or proven to be effective at all, keep in mind that once the drug is stopped, urination will likely resume. Medications can serve as temporary solutions to complex problems, and drugs seem to cause side effects, some of which are not yet known.