Bed-wetting is also known as "enuresis",
the habit of urinating in bed, normally it is involuntary. It is most common in early childhood but can occur in older
children. The causes are unknown. Do not spank or scold the child for bed wetting as that will only make the
problem worse. We know of many cases of where the child after taking the right nutritional
supplements were helped in just a few days.
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|low intake of magnesium has been linked to bed wetting and
it helps with bladder spasms, a good source of magnesium is a
& mineral supplement especially one with
calcium, vitamin C, and vitamin B complex which all work with
the mineral magnesium .
| a companion to
magnesium and also aides in controlling bladder spasms.
|vitamin A helps normalize bladder muscle function. Can be taken in a
good multi-vitamin and mineral supplement.
|helps to balance sodium in the body
& Mineral supplement
|with vitamin B complex, vitamin A,
magnesium, calcium, zinc, potassium, and vitamin E. It will
relieve stress and supply many nutrients to help balance the body for good general health and well being.
|this mineral helps improve the
bladder working and boosts the immune system as well.
Other Changes To Make
drink 6-8 glasses of steam distilled or
filtered water a day
eat 50% raw fruits and vegetables (organic is best)
nuts, seeds, and whole grains are good
juice is good (make your
own with a juice machine)
do not worry as much about calories as eating the right foods
carrot and celery sticks are good to use as a snack
a colon cleansing can be very helpful - (do several times each year)
do not drink coffee, alcohol, soda pop, other junk food drinks
do not eat processed foods white sugar, white flour, etc...
use stress relief like going for walks in the park
(or the 10/90 rule - see
brown rice is good to eat
avoid red meat and animal fats
reduce dairy products cheese, milk, and others
fast a few days a month
get at least 8 hours of sleep
exercise light to moderate amounts
avoid artificial sweeteners like Aspartame and NutraSweet
do not smoke and avoid second hand smoke
do not skip meals - just eat better and not as much at each meal
do not chew gum - it can cause you to feel hungry
do not watch too much TV try reading a book or something else