Helping Kids Overcome Bedwetting

Bedwetting has become commonplace in our society. Unfortunately, most doctors tell parents that the child will eventually “grow out” of the problem. But in the meantime, the child can suffer through their teen years and even into adulthood. The shame and embarrassment they carry leave them feeling isolated and unable to participate in social activities like slumber parties or camping. And for the parents the extra work of washing linens and feeling helpless in finding a solution for their child can sometimes feel hopeless.

What Causes Bedwetting?

  • Disease affecting the bladder or nervous system

  • Physical misalignment of the pelvis

  • Weakness of the pelvic muscles that support the bladder

  • Nutritional problems

In our office, we have found that there is a nutritional solution for all but the most pathological cases. The nutritional problems begin with faulty digestion and utilization of nutrients in the diet. We have found that children who eat too much sugar have increased tendencies to bedwetting. Asthma and allergies are additional symptoms that can be attributed to the same issues. If we can restore vitamin and mineral imbalances associated with poor carbohydrate digestion and assimilation we can provide a common sense approach to no-disease problems.

In most cases, all that is needed is dietary modification and appropriate nutritional supplementation. With the patient’s cooperation, we have seen many cases resolve quickly and easily.

Don’t suffer in silence. For more information about how we can help, call our office today.