Bed-wetting (enuresis) is a common childhood problem and is defined as the habit of involuntarily urinating when asleep. In young children bed-wetting is usually attributed to the small size of their bladder and its inability to hold enough urine to last through the night.

Contributing factors: behavioural disturbances, consuming too many liquids prior to sleeping, dreaming about using bathrooms, diabetes, heredity, stress, nutritional deficiencies and psychological problems.

Who to consult: Dietician, GP, herbalist, naturopath.

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