Bedwetting

There are various reasons for either a child or adult to lose control of the bladder either during the day or night. This loss of control can either occur on a regular basis or during a period of higher stress and anxiety. There can be various reasons for the bedwetting. Dr. John W. Gerard, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Saskatchewan, reveals that bedwetting can sometimes be the result of a food allergy or sensitivity. He states that “the prime problem is that the bedwetting youngster has a small bladder capacity and the bladder capacity has shrunk because the detrusor muscle is in spasm which is often a manifestation of an allergy.” The hypersensitivity can occur due to food allergy and/or structural abnormality. There are also supplements that we utilize to help support the bladder and decrease unwanted bladder spasms.

 


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