Much like the routine you followed when potty training, a structured and predict...
Bedwetting is a common occurrence, with almost 10% of children aged 4 – 15 wetting the bed at some stage. Although most become dry on their own, it can be an anxious and unpredictable time. DryNites® is your guiding light through the night, providing unbeatable overnight protection.
If your child wets the bed, you might be feeling worried, helpless and like you’re the only ones in this situation. The truth is that many other families will be dealing with the same issues and there are plenty of things you can do to help both you and your child manage thi... Learn more
Knowing a little about the function of the kidneys and bladder will help to explain why bedwetting happens, so here’s a quick lesson in human biology: How the body makes urine The kidneys are responsible for filtering all the blood circulating in our bodies. During this p... Learn more
A lot of supposed ‘truths’ about bedwetting are in fact completely false. Let's dispel a few of the most common myths: MYTH: Bedwetting is a behavioural problem TRUTH: Children who wet the bed do not do so on purpose; while there are a number of causes, a behavioural issue... Learn more
Bedwetting can happen for a number of reasons. Understanding what the possible causes might be will help to reassure both parents and children that it’s a common issue and, most importantly, that it’s out of a child’s control. Here’s why it happens: Family history It might... Learn more
When your little one wets the bed, it can often feel like you’re the only parent struggling with night time wetness. We believe that the best support comes from parents who have gone through similar challenges with their own children. With this in mind, we asked mums to share their bedwetting experiences and their tried and tested tips. Learn more
If your child has been wetting the bed for some time, you've probably found a wa...
Although accidents at night are not uncommon at this age, handling the situation...
Former Great British Sewing Bee finalist Tamara Melvin has created a series of craft projects with support from child psychologist Emma Kenny to bring some grown-up touches to kids' bedrooms.