How to Treat Bedwetting in Children

Bedwetting in children is very common and in most cases it will go away on its own without any medical treatment. However, if your child is over 6 years old and bedwetting is becoming a serious issue, you should consider treating it.

Lifestyle Changes

7 Lifestyle Hacks That Will Cure Bedwetting in Children

Staying hydrated through the day, avoiding sugar and caffeine and using the potty before bedtime will drastically reduce (or eliminate) bedwetting.

Natural Remedies

8 Natural Remedies and Herbs for Bedwetting in Children

Some of the best natural ways to stop bedwetting in children include taking herbs and ingredients that have healing properties and having a healthy diet.


Top 3 Drugs to Temporarily Cure Bedwetting in Children

Medication pills such as Desmopressin Acetate (DDAVP), Imipramine and Anticholinergics can be use to temporarily stop bedwetting in children.

Bedwetting Alarms

How Bedwetting Alarms Can Cure Bedwetting in Children

What are bedwetting alarms, how they work, pros and cons of using an alarm, buying guide, and how successful are bedwetting alarms in treating bedwetting.