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Natural bedwetting solutions

Do you feel its time for your child to be dry at night?

Perhaps they are missing out on social development of sleepovers?

Maybe you feel they could stop but they just don’t seem to be motivated

Perhaps they sleep so deeply it seems impossible that they would wake up to go to the toilet at night?

Bedwetting can be worrying and frustrating, but it’s common for children to accidentally wet the bed during the night. The problem usually resolves in time but if you feel like the time is now Hypnotherapy can help.

Children respond excellently to hypnotherapy & change can be incredibly quick & long-lasting. Our unconscious mind never sleeps & it’s our unconscious that alerts us to a full bladder & then wakes us to go to the toilet during the night. Using hypnotherapy we can enable the child to become more aware of those signals & act upon them independently.

I would recommend a course of 3 sessions a week apart – allowing an hour for each session but this maybe is less depending on concentration levels.

Natural bedwetting solutions

Children’s session is very much tailormade to their hobbies & interests to create a magical & motivating story to create confidence & focus. They are generally great fun & I am skilled at helping even the most self-conscious child to speak out about their feelings & experiences. A parent is usually present at all times and contributes with the child to identify goals, worries & triggers.

Each session they receive and use a personalised MP3 of their story at home to reinforce the changes.

Usually, become a firm favourite at bedtime long after the issue is over.

If you would like to discuss your needs further or make an appointment please call me on 07946 526 838 or email on nichola@londonlifesolutions.com

Facts & Statistics:

The medical name for bedwetting is nocturnal enuresis.

Bedwetting is common in young children but it gets less common as a child gets older.

In the UK, the estimate is:

  • 1 in 12 children wet the bed regularly at four and a half years old (regularly is defined as at least twice a week)
  • 1 in 40 children wet the bed regularly at seven and a half years old, 1 in 65 children wet the bed regularly at nine and a half years old

About 1 in 100 people continue to wet the bed into adulthood.

Bedwetting is slightly more common in boys than in girls.