The Child Wet The Bed After Doing Strenuous Exercise?
My child is 6 years old. Saturday there is a rather strenuous sports lesson. Finally, the night to wet the bed again since I was 3 years old, I stopped wet. I wonder why, is there anything in the sport and how to overcome it? Sports carried out pull ups and roll over
Thank you for the question.
At the age of 6 years, naturally, children are already adept at controlling their desire to urinate (BAK), so they no longer wet themselves as your child experiences. As for the ability to control this BAK could be disrupted, due to several factors, such as:
Physical fatigue, including due to excessive exercise, which causes the child to experience sleep disorders (such as deep sleep or sleep apnea), and is not sensitive to the stimulus to urinate from his own bladder Psychological disorders, including if during exercise, your child experiences stress, such as due to being scolded, bullied, holding shame, excessive anxiety, or inferior Problems with the bladder or nerves around it, including those that can occur during injury when exercising Other factors, such as hormonal disorders, bladder disorders, excessive caffeine consumption, genetic, urinary tract infections spinal cord injury, etc. Your child's condition should not be overly feared, especially if it only happens once. You can invite your child to communicate well, dig up information from him related to what factors would make him come back wet. Help calm himself, do not make him want to let alone understand, but rather give him motivation and make sure that he can not repeat the incident. Retrain your child to control the urinating, such as by telling you when you are going to urinate, take him to the toilet every 3 hours, and also ask him to urinate every time he sleeps. Teach him how to properly maintain the cleanliness of his intimate organs properly. Give him more water, and urge him not to like holding back the urge to urinate. Avoid giving children drinks that contain caffeine, including coffee, tea, soft drinks, or certain energy drinks.
If this trick is still not successful in overcoming your child's condition, do not hesitate to take him to see a doctor or pediatrician for further evaluation and treatment huh ..
I hope this helps.