Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Bed-Wetting (Nocturnal Enuresis)

Does your little one suffer from bed-wetting? Have you tried every solution you know of like waking them up frequently, plastic sheets, mattress protector, decreasing liquid intake in the evenings, but to no avail? Have you ever considered chiropractic care?
Bed-wetting typically affects more boys than girls and can be categorized into either a persistent type or a regressive type. The persistent type describes a child that has never been dry at night. The regressive type is a child that was previously dry at night but is now beginning to wet the bed. bed_wetting_belgrade_enuresis_chiropractor_adjustment_rising_doctor_prochiropractic.jpg
In many cases, the child's inability to coordinate their bladder function stems from a misalignment in the tailbone (sacrum). Nerves that pass through these segments become pinched and the brain is unable to tell the bladder when to empty or stay full. A simple, and gently chiropractic adjustment to the tailbone, lower back and sometimes the upper neck can have great results when treating a child with bed-wetting issues. Children typically respond incredibly well and can now focus on dry nights and can continue with a positive mindset. 
If your child is struggling with wet nights, don't hesitate to bring them in to see Dr. Rachel Rising at ProChiropractic in Belgrade! You'll be amazed at the results that can be achieved NATURALLY and GENTLY! Your child, (and you) will look forward to many more dry nights!

1 comment:

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