Your child is bedwetting or has urinary issues? You are searching for the reason, why your child still has leaks? Don’t worry, many children do so in the age of 5 – 19. Sometimes, the issue even prevails until school or high school. In order to know how to cope with the situation, read more on solutions and treatments for bedwetting.
BEDWETTING IS A COMMON ISSUE ON CHILDREN BETWEEN 5 AND 19
Children and teenagers wet the bed all the time, whether it be night or day. In the UK alone, it is estimated that around 900,000 children between 5 and 19 years of age suffer from nocturnal enuresis issues involving continence management.*
WHY CHILDREN SOMETIMES CANNOT STOP BEDWETTING
Normally, our brain and our bladder co-ordinate with one another to ensure that we have control over when we urinate and when we should not so that they can sleep with dry nights. However, sometimes children over 4 years of age can involuntarily wet themselves without knowing about it.
Reasons vary; a child may be a heavy sleeper and may not wake up to urinate, inability to produce enough hormone vasopressin which normally tells the kidneys to produce less urine at night, overactive bladder, stress faced by the child or even sometimes some physical and/or mental disability. Be aware that they do not do it on purpose; thus there are several factors that can lead to this condition. Therefore, it is rather difficult to just stop bedwetting.
SOLUTIONS FOR BEDWETTING
We believe that a child should be motivated to overcome this issue. At the same time we have developed iD Comfy Junior range which is our solution for bedwetting and has unique features:
- Super soft sides
- Underwear design on pants
- Double wetness indicator for XS Slip
- Absorbent core that provides maximum absorption
- Anti-leak cuffs for additional protection against leaks
The motto is to let your child be the way they are and progress in life without any fears. Now with the iD Comfy Junior range your child can confidently go for a school trip or for a sleepover at their friend’s house. We encourage you to motivate and train your child to overcome this issue and help them to gain full control of their involuntary urine loss issue.