bed-wetting


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enuresis during sleep

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Making sure that a youngster understands that bed-wetting may be hereditary can ease anxiety and better help him or her cope with this condition.
Long before I played in the NFL, however, I had to overcome a bed-wetting problem -- one now recognized as nocturnal enuresis.
Prompt treatment with doctor's consultation and motivation and support from family members can help the kid get rid of Bed-wetting completely.
The most likely reason will be for persistent bed-wetting past the usual age of toilet training.
In a study of 100 patients who had threatened to kill someone, Macdonald found that more aggressive and psychotic subjects were more likely to have a history of fire-setting, cruelty to animals, and prolonged bed-wetting.
This device captures health-related data, such as bed-wetting incidents using a moisture sensor, environmental changes using a temperature sensor, and activities using an acceleration sensor.
The Kurdish Globe A form of Chinese electro-puncture looks promising in alleviating bed-wetting issues often seen in childhood.
New bride seeks divorce from bed-wetting hubby Love is compromise.
Bed-wetting persists in about 1 per cent of the adult population (that is, over 18s).
CHILDREN traumatised by the conflict in Libya are suffering from nightmares, separation anxiety and bed-wetting, a charity worker has said.
According to the ERIC, the UK charity dedicated to childhood continence problems, almost 25,000 children and young people in Wales suffer from bed-wetting.
Summary: JEDDAH: The National Society for Human Rights (NSHR) said on Wednesday it was investigating press reports that a father in Yanbu had bruned his four-year-old son's genitals as punishment for bed-wetting.
One device called the bed-wetting alarm teaches children to wake up to signals from a full bladder.
BED-WETTING is usually associated with children but for one per cent the problem continues.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, about 20 percent of 5-year-olds still have a bed-wetting habit - officially known as "enuresis" - while that number drops to 10 percent by age 6.