Some reports says about 10 to 20 per cent of four- and six-year-olds wet the bed, but some teenagers also have problems.
Enuresis - the medical name for bedwetting (Urinary Incontinence)- is the involuntary passing of urine and the most common form of bedwetting (Urinary Incontinence) among children is nocturnal enuresis, which occurs at night.
Frequent bedwetting (Urinary Incontinence) is common in children up to the age of six. The child should not be put under pressure if younger than six - children do not wet the bed on purpose.
Teenagers, percentage is 1 to 3 per cent up to 14 and 1 per cent at 15 or over.
|The Reason for children wetting the bed
Most children who wet the bed have done it all their life and in many cases the Lung's Qi and or kidneys energy is very low.
You should take your child to doctor when your child has one of the following conditions:
* If the child still wets the bed after the age of six.
* If the child suddenly starts wetting the bed without having done so earlier.
* If the child starts to wet themself during the day.
* If the child urinates more than usual, day or night.