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Bedwetting by boys and girls, soiled sheets and pyjamas, social isolation, ridicule and embarrassment, drive children and their parents to despair. When children aged three and upwards no longer need nappies and stay dry during the day, up to 15% of all children continue to wet their beds at night. And this can last well into their teenage years.
Bedwetting used to be a medical problem without a solution. The old methods of dealing with it were to restrict drinking in the late afternoon, waking the child up in the middle of the night to go to the toilet, or in response to a bed alarm, and worst of all, punishment!
But two Professors of Surgery have finally understood what causes children to lose control at night, and even during the day, and have worked out a simple solution which is permanent and totally non-intrusive.
It's exercise! Special and specific exercises which promote collagen creation to strengthen the muscles and ligaments. As simple as that!
The Professors worked out that certain muscles in the child's pelvic region were under-developed and needed strengthening. They devised a series of easy and fun exercises which they turned into games to exercise specific muscles in the child's pelvic floor.
Within a couple of weeks, there was a marked improvement, and after a month or so, the problem was completely solved in 86% of the kids, as reported in their scientific study. No expensive equipment, no medicine, no costly visits to doctors. Just a series of simple exercises which are played as games.
Professor Peter Petros, the discoverer of the breakthrough, which is based on his revolutionary understanding of the workings of the pelvic floor, and who solved another medical problem for ten million older women, said, "I first realised what the problem was when my young grandson continued to wet himself at night, long after he was out of nappies. His poor parents were distraught, and so I got the little chap to do a series of exercises, and within a short amount of time, he was dry.
"So I collaborated with a colleague, Professor Angel Garcia Fernandez, a specialist pediatric urology surgeon from Argentina, who conducted a clinical trial with dozens of young boys and girls, showing their parents how to monitor the special exercises, which had to be carried out for just a few minutes every night and morning for 16 weeks. And the results were nothing short of amazing. We had an 86% total success rate, where the kids stopped bedwetting completely. There were improvements in the rest, but in most cases which were not completely successful, there were other reasons within the child's pelvis, which were an issue.
"The beauty of this discovery, is that virtually every parent can help their child to stop bedwetting, daytime wetting and even bowel problems, just by playing with their kids. And bedwetting isn't just a nuisance. It can cause social isolation, trauma, ridicule, and worst of all is when children are made to feel guilty because of something which they just can't help," said Professor Petros.
He and Professor Fernandez have co-authored a book, designed for parents, called ‘End Bedwetting Now'. The book is comprehensive and gives important insights as to why many of these bedwetting children become psychologically disturbed and how this disturbance is often carried into their teenage years and beyond. This book contains all the information necessary for this previously incurable problem to come to an end.
End Bedwetting Now is published by Golden Wren Publishing and available from Amazon and all good online stores in paperback and eBook versions.
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