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Enuresis is a common occurrence in childhood. Eighty percent of children do not urinate at night until they are five, and 95 percent are pissed at night when they are 10 years old.
The cause of enuresis is night hormone secretion, failure to control pelvic floor muscle during sleep, deep sleep, and developmental disability.
Nocturnal enuresis is divided into primary enuresis and secondary enuresis. Primary nocturnal enuresis is a phenomenon in which a child has never made a mistake in the night, but the person is urinating in bed. Secondary nocturnal enuresis is a persistent enuresis.
It should be noted that parents should never show negative reactions.
A child can not yet distinguish between right and wrong, and may experience tremendous frustration in response to his or her parents' reactions.
Therefore, to resolve the child's nocturnal enuresis and unconditional support for the child should show an attitude. You should not scold or haggle about what happens as your child sleeps.
If your child has peed at night, change to dry clothes and change bed or futon sheet. Or you can teach your child to do it alone.
On the other hand, a doctor can help. Enuresis is too frequent because your child may have a urinary tract infection or juvenile diabetes.