Bedwetting is the loss of bladder control during the night. The medical term for bedwetting is nocturnal (nighttime) enuresis. Bedwetting can be an uncomfortable issue, but in many cases it’s perfectly normal.
Bedwetting is a standard developmental stage for some children. However, it can be a symptom of underlying illness or disease in adults. About 2 percent of adults experience bedwetting, which can be attributed to a variety of causes and may require treatment.
Causes of bedwetting
Physical and psychological conditions can lead to some people having bedwetting. Common causes of children and adults having bedwetting include:
- small bladder size
- urinary tract infection (UTI)
- stress, fear, or insecurity
- neurological disorders, such as being post-stroke
- prostate gland enlargement
- sleep apnea, or abnormal pauses in breathing during sleep
BED WETTING REMEDY
- Get root of male pawpaw
- Get 16 cubes of sugar
- 3 pieces of charcoal
- Soak all in a bottle water keep for 6 hours
- Drink only the liquid, a glass cup before bedtime.