Are you plagued by wetting the bed/bedwetting?
Would you like to overcome this unconscious habit?

Bedwetting,Self Hypnosis

Bedwetting Self Hypnosis Coaching Download

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Why do kids wet the bed/causes of wetting the bed?

Bedwetting is also known as nocturnal enuresis. It’s very common in toddlers/young children and usually disappears around age 4, in time for starting school. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines state that nocturnal enuresis is the involuntary wetting during sleep, without any inherent suggestion of frequency of bedwetting or pathophysiology. It is considered normal up to the age of 5 years and is common up to the age of 10 years.

When do kids stop wetting the bed/when should bedwetting stop?

One of the challenges for the modern family is parenting. Bedwetting is a natural cycle that we all go through, usually by the age of 5 the majority of us will have learned how to enjoy sleeping in a dry bed. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines consider that nocturnal enuresis is normal up to the age of 5 years and is common up to the age of 10 years.
Bedwetting is not hereditary or genetic, however it is easy to see how many parents may think this as they bring their child up in the same way they were brought up. This leaves the potential for your child to develop this attention seeking behaviour.

How to stop peeing the bed at night/solutions for bedwetting

How can bedwetting be stopped? This is a common question! Many professionals focus on the wet bed and the child having a problem, this can bring a lot of shame into the home for the parents and particularly the child. It needn’t be this way. Focusing on what you want to have happen, which is a ‘dry bed’ and stop, stop, STOP focusing on what you don’t want to happen, otherwise you will perpetuate the problem. Remember whatever you focus on becomes your reality.

If you think of bedwetting as a sign from the subconscious mind of your child, that they are unsure of something, and the key to getting rid of bedwetting is then to positively focus on bringing stability to the child’s world. When a problem becomes unconscious it can be very difficult to treat, the use of bedwetting alarms and other such gadgets are designed to awaken the child during sleep so they may go to the toilet. The problem is that the child isn’t responding to their bladder calling them to awaken.

How to stop a bed wetter/bedwetting in children?

Psychologically, bedwetting does not need to be a sign of emotional abuse, anxiety or stress. It can simply be a learning step that requires a little bit more practice. If your child has started to wet the bed and they’re clearly out of that stage, then obviously something is bothering them. Little mishaps can happen and that’s ok, if it’s happening more regularly then this could possibly be a medical problem or it’s far more likely to be an attention seeking device. Remember attention to a child isn’t positive or negative, it’s simply attention but many parents find themselves trapped not knowing what to do here. Do you secretly change the sheets before they wake up or wake them up and tell them that they’ve wet the bed? Either way is a bit of a mess and not nice for either the parent or the child.

Hypnosis for bedwetting or a hypnotic trance for a dry bed!

Tonight, when your child is in bed, share with him/her that you have a secret, but it’s only between you and her/him. Make them promise not to say anything to anyone else. Once they’ve promised, share with them that you were a ‘bed wetter’ when you were their age. Then tell them that your mum/dad, their grandma, grandpa had the same problem too, when they were this age, but one night my (insert child’s favourite parent/grandparent) tucked me into bed kissed me on the forehead and said “tomorrow it will be dry”. Say to your child “It was like magic” and the very next morning my bed was warm and dry. Then tuck your child in, kiss him/her on the forehead and say “tomorrow it will be dry”. This is a post hypnotic suggestion, which if delivered well, works!

Bedwetting in teenagers and adults can fit within a similar remit, e.g., stress, fear of uncertainty etc. If none of these are present and the symptoms have appeared suddenly then best to seek medical advice.

Warning – as much as you may be tempted do not use diapers/nappies to prevent bedwetting! This will only serve to perpetuate the problem as the bed remains dry and the child doesn’t have their attentional needs met. Sometimes a house move, change of school, family upheaval, the list goes on…..but basically any change that challenges the status quo for the child can provoke bedwetting. The good news is I’ve been sorting children with this issue for over 25 years and my results are guaranteed.

My Audio Download

Bedwetting, also called nocturnal enuresis, is when a person involuntarily passes urine in their bed during sleep. It is common with children under 6 years old, but can affect people much older.

This audio production is designed to help the listener overcome bedwetting. By clearing negatively charged Emotional Memory Images from your external screen, your mind and body are able to adapt to the present moment, allowing you to enjoy life free of limiting subconscious patterns. This audio is your own personal 1 to 1 session with Matt, always available at your convenience.

Matt’s calming, assuring voice gently guides both your conscious mind and unconscious mind towards healing through the left and right ear respectively. By tapping into the body’s psychoneuroimmunilogical mechanisms – the link between the mind, nervous system and physical wellbeing – this audio promotes bodily self control.

For best results, listen to this audio download first thing in the morning or during the day, every day for 4 weeks. Ensure you’re free from interruptions and distractions when listening. Download now to start overcoming bedwetting today.

This audio is a .MP3 file, compatible with smartphones, tablets, PC’s and other electronic devices.

Audio length: 30 minutes.

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Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQs )

Can bedwetting be hereditary
No, regardless of what the internet tells you bedwetting is definitely nor hereditary. It’s far more likely to run in your family because you are raising the child within similar conditions to yourself. Therefore the child is responding in a similar way.
Can bedwetting be cured
Bedwetting can definitely be cured. With over 25 years experience I can honestly say I have 100% results in helping children to wake up in a dry bed.
Can bedwetting be a sign of diabetes?
Bedwetting can be a sign of diabetes, as the body struggles to process sugar properly, which creates more urine. However, this doesn’t preclude having a dry bed neither so check for any psychophysiological symptoms too.
Can bedwetting be a sign of pregnancy?
When you’re pregnant the growing baby can put pressure on your bladder so you may feel the urge to pee more but this doesn’t mean that you can’t use the toilet.
Can bedwetting cause a rash?
Yes, bed wetting can cause a rash but it can clear within a day or so.
Can bedwetting be caused by stress?
Sort of. Stress is not a condition it’s a symptom the same way bedwetting can be a symptom. Making sure that your child feels safe and comfortable is usually the best way to help him/her to breakthrough this natural learning cycle. Sometimes allowing the child to feel uncomfortable can actually help the process along.
Can bedwetting be psychological?
Bedwetting can definitely be psychological, in fact the more a parent worries and frets about the bed being wet, the greater the psychophysiological impact they will have. The child’s mind is seeking attention, not good or bad, just attention, so point the mind where you want it to go.