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How to Treat Bedwetting With Natural Remedies

Updated February 21, 2017

Bed-wetting is caused by an immature nervous system as well as simple hormonal imbalances. While bed-wetting is quite embarrassing, the physical effects are not as significant as the emotional. There are numerous natural remedies which can be used to help eliminate bed-wetting among children and adults.

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  1. Drink eight ounces of cranberry juice thirty minutes before going to bed. Cranberry juice is known for assisting the urinary tract, which is the main cause for bed-wetting. Healthy urinary tracts are able to hold urine for longer periods of time.

  2. Eat a combination of walnuts and raisins an hour or so before going to bed every night. These ingredients are known for their support of the digestive tract. Consume these ingredients every night until bed-wetting has subsided, and even for several months afterwards, to ensure that you stop wetting the bed.

  3. Boil a cup of water, add oak bark into the hot water, and then drink the mixture. Natural herbs will boost the immune system and will also treat many different types of hormonal issues. Oak bark, wormwood and horsetail will prevent bed-wetting by its vitamins and minerals.

  4. Practice urine retention throughout the day. During the daytime hours, when you start to feel the need to urinate, hold the urine until you absolutely need to go to the bathroom.

  5. Tip

    Do not drink water 30 minutes prior to going to sleep.


    If bed-wetting is a lasting condition, visit your family doctor and have your child checked for any medical problems.

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Things You'll Need

  • Cranberry juice
  • Walnuts
  • Raisins
  • Oak Bark
  • Horsetail
  • Wormwood

About the Author

Jonathan McLelland has been a professional writer since 2005. He has worked as a story writer and editor for the international sitcom, “Completing Kaden,” as well as a proposal writer for various production companies. McLelland studied communication and theater at St. Louis Community College.

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