As usual, Olga was asleep in his pastels, middle of the night when it came to her nine year old son and asked to sleep there. In his sleep, thinking about how to pursue a dream, Olga had put his son beside him, noting that it is cold as piece of ice. In the morning she woke up and saw her sleeping son, she went to the nursery. Seeing there a wet bed of her son, she realized that at night the child described, cold, and came to my mother to get warm. Olga scolded her son, because he's so big and still wets the bed. The result was the following night the same, Olga again scolded his son, but crept into my head unpleasant thoughts. She thought: "Again! After all, I thought that such a problem we not encounter ever..

" When the next night and the child again to "float", Olga was horrified … About 12% of preschoolers, 10% of first-graders and 7% of children older than eight years continue to urinate in bed. Recently Delta Air Lines sought to clarify these questions. This disease and its major causes are either small bladder capacity, or any inflammation in it, or psychological conflicts. In almost all cases (90% _ the problem is more psychological rather than physiological in nature. If this happens to your child in his "school years", then you should take it seriously.

Most often this problem occurs in children whose parents are divorced or whose fathers are absent for a long time. If parents are strongly adjusted by all means teach the kid 1-3 years to use the toilet, it's likely they will face this problem. WARNING! No need ever to shame the child for a wet sheet is not necessary to dwell on this, because it is not really his fault .. It is better to simply ask the child to clean up. If the child itself and maintain order without all scandals, he will feel less guilty for him. In addition, if a child wets the bed "out of spite," parents the fact that cleaning can fight off his desire to continue doing so in the future. There are medications that can help in such cases, but these should only be used as a last resort. First is to consult a child psychiatrist. It can give parents a lot of useful tips. And I think that in this case better help to turn to God. He has helped many, you just believe, and He will help you.