Bed wetting is a common problem, causing worry and embarrassment for both adults and children. In this section we look at the various reasons you could be wetting the bed, as well as the steps you can take to help combat this issue.
Wetting the bed – also known medically as Nocturnal Enuresis – can be embarrassing and upsetting. It can also have a detrimental effect on your confidence as it can happen at any time during sleep or napping. Bed Wetting in Children In many cases of bed wetting in...read more
Bed wetting is very much a taboo subject, particularly in adults. While it might not remove the embarrassment, it’s important to know that Nocturnal Enuresis (bed wetting) is involuntary and not your fault. There are many factors that can contribute to an adult...read more
Firstly, don’t panic. Bed wetting is extremely common in children, and many will grow out of it over time. The medical name for bed wetting is Nocturnal Enuresis and describes a condition where a person passes urine during the night. This is most prevalent in...read more
Wetting the bed as an adult can be distressing, but it is much more common than you might think. 1% of adults1 will experience bed wetting (also known as Nocturnal Enuresis) in their lifetime, and it can lead to sufferers limiting the activities they take part in,...read more
What is bed wetting? Nocturnal Enuresis, or bed wetting as it’s more commonly known, can be very worrying, often causing frustration and embarrassment in both children and adults. Many people wet the bed, with 1 in every 1001 people affected throughout their adult...read more