In bedwetting beyond the age of five is not an abnormality as such. It may be due to a delay in the child's growth. Nevertheless, the adolescent or adult who continues to wet the bed is a sick subject. These people are subjected to frustrating humiliation and discrimination by society. Very often, there is an urgent need to help them.
Acting on the psychology of the subject
To help people affected by bedwetting, they can be rehabilitated. To achieve this, the person concerned will have to be forced to reduce his daily consumption of water or alcohol. In addition, the person should not drink more than a quarter of a litre of water from 8 o'clock in the evening. Also, affected persons must ensure that they adopt good habits with regard to their urination. They should urinate every night before going to bed, and always go to the bathroom when they are half-awake and have the urge. The brain will assimilate these habits in the subjects' subconscious. Therefore, it will send them each time, a message forcing them to wake up as soon as the urge to urinate takes them in their sleep.
This method is very effective in putting an end to bedwetting. All you will need to do is set your alarm at regular intervals of one hour, then, two hours at night depending on your performance. These alarm clocks at regular intervals will be engraved in your memory and your brain will remember them every night. Thus, you will wake up every night at the time the alarm rings. This will gradually prevent you from urinating in bed. Doctors can also prescribe tablets for bedwetting. The most commonly used medications are made from Mopressine, which has antidiuretic properties that prevent nighttime urine secretion. The bedwetting is not a crime, regardless of your age group. However, remaining a bed-wetter is voluntary, as there are techniques that can put an end to this bad habit. Some examples are mentioned above.