Category: Nighttime

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Things you can do to limit the chance of bedwetting

If your child is not physically ready to stay dry throughout the night, it’s not recommended that you take action until the child is over 5, but in some cases the child is physically ready and just needs to make some small changes to increase the chance of going through the night.   Here are

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How to go about Night time potty training

Night time potty training can be a bit of a mystery and many parents don’t really know how and when to start it.  Here’s our top tips for tackling night time dryness.   Start when your child is well & free of illness When children have coughs and other illnesses it can affect their sleep

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The difference between daytime potty training and night time dryness

We deliberately talk about night time dryness rather than night time toilet training because training infers that it’s similar to daytime training where you actively teach the child to become dry.  Instead, night time training is more dependent on the maturity of the bladder and the body’s natural ability to hold onto wee throughout the

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What is Nocturnal Enuresis?

Nocturnal enuresis is known commonly as bedwetting, and is the condition where children urinate without control while they sleep.  It is considered normal up to the age of 5 years, and is common up to the age of 10 years.  It is also slightly more prevalent in boys than girls.   It’s really important to

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