And how to stop the bedwetting for good

How to Stop Bedwetting

The first thing you need to know is that bedwetting has 2 main causes:

  1. The most common cause is a retained spinal galant reflex.

  2. The other main cause is kidney or bladder abnormalities.

So bedwetting is either a neurological problem or a physiological problem. Physiological problems require medical interventions. Period. If a medical doctor determines that a child’s bedwetting is not caused by a problem with the bladder or kidneys,

you can breathe a sigh of relief. No medical, surgical, or pharmaceutical intervention is required.

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That means it’s neurological.

Yep, bedwetting is an issue with brain function. That’s it.

Yep, bedwetting is an issue with brain function. That’s it.

It means that there’s a “connection problem” in the way the bladder is being controlled. That’s GREAT news! That means that the bedwetting problem is an electrical problem that you can resolve with stimulation and training.

Neuroplasticity is the new scientific breakthrough that creates an opportunity for millions of families around the world to help their child overcome hundreds of neurological symptoms, including bedwetting.

Using CONSISTENCY, FREQUENCY, DURATION, INTENSITY, and a PROGRESSIVE LEVEL OF CHALLENGE…

You can help their little brain learn to control the way their body operates, both during sleep and while they’re awake, and make the bedwetting stop for good.

Stop Bedwetting

Dry nights are just a couple steps away.

Don’t give up hope. And don’t give up the mattress protector just yet. It’s a process. But IT IS POSSIBLE and IT WILL HAPPEN!

Here’s the secret. Put them in their underwear and get them on the carpet or a rug and get them to do good old-fashioned  snow angles. Yep. Just like you did when you were a kid in the winter. All the way up and all the way down, nice and slow and controlled. 6 repetitions. 3 times a day.

The exercise should look just like this! Try it 7 times, 3 times per day!

The exercise should look just like this! Try it 7 times, 3 times per day!

And just keep going. If the bedwetting is not a kidney/bladder problem, you’ll start to notice that it’s getting WORSE, and then you’ll notice it getting better.

Let me know how it goes!

And don’t forget that you can schedule a free meeting with Jess at any time to learn more about these exercises and how you can help your child overcome their struggles!