Medication For Nocturnal Enuresis
Good morning, is there a medicine or a way to deal with nocturnal enuresis / bedwetting at night resulting from dreams of urinating but really “occurs unknowingly. How do you stop it if there is a cure? Every time dreaming of urinating always occurs bedwetting when I wake up.It feels very ashamed. Please give a solution, Thank you.
Thank you for the question.
Normally, after passing the age of 7 years, a person is able to properly control the urge to urinate, so that he will no longer wet himself, including at night. So, if you are now an adult, and still often wet at night, then this condition is abnormal. There are several factors that often trigger this, including:
Sleep disorders, such as apnea, do not sleep well
Psychological disorders, such as stress, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder
Disorders of the urinary tract, such as ovaractive bladder, stones, inflammation, anatomical disorders
Other factors, such as hormonal disorders, excessive consumption of caffeine, diabetes, nerve injury in the spine, the influence of drugs, and so on
Indeed, this can be very embarrassing, especially if it is known by those around you.
We suggest that you first try to resolve your complaint by:
Discipline regulates the time of urination, for example, every 3 hours. Also make sure you always urinate when going to sleep. If necessary, create an alarm so that you wake up in the middle of the night to urinate.
Limit, avoid if necessary, consume caffeinated and carbonated drinks
Improve your sleep quality, with lots of exercise, condition the bed environment to be comfortable (don't be noisy, glare, and don't be too cold), increase relaxation
Sleep in a room adjacent to the bathroom
Improve the cleanliness of your sex organs
Do not carelessly take drugs, herbs, or any supplements without doctor's advice
If it does not appear accompanied by other complaints, it seems that your condition is not dangerous. Referring to the current condition, where the COVID-19 outbreak is happening, if there are no serious conditions, you are advised to stay at home a lot, while doing self-care first if there are medical complaints. However, if with the above efforts the complaint still does not improve in a long time, you should consult yourself directly to the doctor to be treated further huh ..
I hope this helps.