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    Ayurkalp Ayurvedic Clinic

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    The AyurKalp Ayurveda is a pioneer of new generation Ayurveda dedicated to applying the guidelines of Upanishads – "Sarve Santu Niramayaha" or "Let all be free of disease." Therefore the Ayurkalp is dedicated to heal the sick using Ayurveda’s vast and ancient knowledge of medicines and therapies on one hand, and to promote good health on the other hand, through Ayurveda’s treasure chest of rasaayana (rejuvenation) medications.


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    With Ayurkalp, our exclusive network of highly experienced, certified Ayurvedic physicians are available for on phone consultations, wherever you are. No more driving to Hospitals/clinics or sitting in a waiting room.

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    Ayurkalp aims to improve the accessibility of Ayurvedic professionals and Ayurvedic facilities. Technology has revolutionised the healthcare sector. It is now possible to get onphone Ayurvedic consultations from the comfort of your home and offices. The patients and their families can easily reach out to experts and take medical advice onphone. Ayurkalp provides onphone Ayurvedic consultations to users, all over world. As per communication with doctors, you can also get your medicines at your door step. No need to go out for pharmacy.

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    Every Ayurvedic Physician in our national network is credentialed, certified, and highly experienced. In fact, they are your regular doctors. All of our providers undergo a rigorous credentialing process based upon guidelines set by the Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM). Additionally, Our doctors work tirelessly to ensure that each patient receives quality care, fast.

    Note : we always provide consultation through experienced doctors having minimum 5 (five) years of experince in Ayurvedic clinical practice, directly from their clinics or hospitals (not from call centers).

    CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS

    Cervical spondylosis, also known as cervical osteoarthritis and neck arthritis, is a very common age-related condition that affects the joints in the neck. It occurs because of wear and tear of the cartilage, tissues and bones of the cervical spine. These changes may include dehydrated discs, herniated discs, bone spurs and stiff ligaments.

    Apart from age, other risk factors for cervical spondylosis include occupations that may cause more stress on your neck, certain neck injuries, incorrect posture while sitting or walking, smoking, being overweight, a sedentary lifestyle and genetic factors.

    What happens in cervical spondylosis?
    The cervical spine is the name given to the seven small vertebrae that form the neck. They start at the base of the skull. In cervical spondylosis, the edges of the vertebrae often develop bone spurs called osteophytes. In time, the discs get thinner, and their function as a shock absorber is lost. This increases the risk of symptoms. Swollen neck joints, called facet joints, can press or pinch nearby nerves roots or the spinal cord itself. This can cause tingling or sensation of "pins and needles" in the extremities, and sometimes even pain in the limbs. In some cases, there may be a loss of feeling and coordination. Some patients may find walking difficult.


    What are the symptoms of cervical spondylosis?
    The symptoms of cervical spondylosis include:
    • Neck stiffness and pain
    • Headache that may originate in the neck
    • Pain in the shoulder, arms or chest
    • Grinding noise or sensation when the neck is turned
    • Symptoms of cervical spondylosis tend to improve with rest. Symptoms are most severe in the morning and again at the end of the day.

    Causes of cervical spondylosis
    Cervical spondylosis is caused by age-related wear that affects the spine.
    The spine is made up of:
    • vertebrae – ridge-shaped sections of bone that make up the structure of the spine (spinal column) and protect the nerves
    • discs – discs of tissue that have a tough, flexible outer shell and a softer inside that is the consistency of toothpaste. They lie in between the vertebrae, cushioning and supporting them
    • spinal cord – the main bundle of nerves carrying messages up and down your spine, between the brain and the rest of the body
    • nerve roots – the beginning sections of the nerves that come out of the spinal cord, exiting through "key holes" all the way down the spine

    As you get older, the discs tend to dry out and become susceptible to damage. Your body will also try to compensate for the wearing of the joints by producing small lumps of extra bone to better support your neck and stiffen the spine. These lumps of extra bone are known as bone spurs or osteophytes. Osteophytes can cause the spine to become too rigid, leading to stiffness and neck pain. The changes in bone structure can also squash nearby nerves and the spinal cord. This tends to be more common in older people.

    Other risk factors
    Apart from age, there are several other risk factors that may increase the chance of developing cervical spondylitis. These include:
    • lack of exercise and obesity
    • previous neck or spinal injuries
    • previous neck or spinal surgery
    • severe arthritis
    • a slipped disc
    • repeatedly carrying heavy weights

    Slipped disc
    A slipped disc, also known as a prolapsed or herniated disc, is when one of the discs that sit between the bones of the spine (the verterbrae) is damaged and presses on the nerves that come out from the spine. If this soft material presses against a nerve in the neck, it can cause severe pain radiating to the arm (cervical radiculopathy), and can occasionally result in compression of the spinal cord (cervical myelopathy). Slipped discs are generally seen in younger people and are not as common as the process of osteophyte formation described above.

    Occupational risk
    There is some evidence that people who spend a lot of time carrying heavy weights on their head have an increased risk of developing cervical spondylosis.

    AYURVEDIC VIEW OF CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS

    In Ayurveda, a condition is known as Greeva graham. Greeva means neck and Graha refers to stiffness. It is explained as a Vata condition. Aggravated Vata Dosha (Ayurvedic humor representing Air) leads to depletion of body tissues. (For example, with ageing, Vata increases and body tissues start degenerating.) The dryness and degeneration caused by Vata leads to decrease of Kapha Dosha. Sleshaka Kapha is responsible for movement in between bone joints. Hence disc degeneration sets in leading to spondylosis.

    The focus of Ayurvedic treatment in cases of Cervical Spondylosis is on pacification of the aggravated Vata by improving digestion and enhancing the digestive fire. This treatment is followed by administration of herbal medicines that foster rejuvenation of body tissues. Panchakarma massage or general massage with medicated oils has also shown positive results in treating cases of Cervical Spondylosis.

    DIET AND LIFESTYLE

    1. Regular Exercise
    One of the major causes of cervical spondylosis is lack of regular exercise. Therefore, you can reduce pain and stiffness around your neck and shoulders by incorporating regular physical exercise into your lifestyle.
    • Rotate your head in both clockwise and counter-clockwise directions, and nod the neck side to side from one shoulder to the other. Do this for 10 minutes 2 or 3 times daily. This will help the pain in your neck from getting severe.
    • You can even rotate your arms in clockwise and counter-clockwise directions, and fold and unfold your fists at regular intervals to control pain.

    Note: If the pain becomes severe while doing any kind of exercise, stop doing it and consult your doctor.

    2. Hot Compresses
    Another easy way to deal with neck pain due to cervical spondylosis is hot compresses on the affected area. Hot compresses will improve blood circulation and relax sore muscles, which will reduce swelling and inflammation.
    • To make the hot compress, wrap a hot water bag in a thin towel.
    • Place the hot compress on the affected area for 2 to 3 minutes.
    • Remove it and repeat the process for 15 to 20 minutes.
    • Follow this simple remedy a few times daily until you get relief.

    Note: Do not apply hot compresses if the affected area is red and irritated

    3. Garlic
    Garlic gives good results when it comes to cervical spondylosis symptoms. Its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties help treat pain, swelling and inflammation in the neck and surrounding areas
    • Eat a couple of raw garlic buds on an empty stomach each morning with water.
    • Another option is to heat 2 to 3 crushed garlic cloves in a pan with some mustard oil. Allow it to cool, then use it to massage the painful area for 5 to 10 minutes. Follow this with a hot compress. Do this 2 times daily.

    4. Turmeric
    Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric is another popular remedy for cervical spondylosis. In addition, turmeric increases blood circulation, which helps reduce muscle stiffness and pain.

    Mix 1 teaspoon of turmeric powder in a glass of milk. Heat it on low heat for 5 minutes. Allow it to cool, then add a little honey. Drink it 2 times daily.

    5. Sesame Seeds
    One popular Ayurvedic remedy to deal with cervical spondylosis is sesame seeds. They are rich in calcium, magnesium, manganese, copper, zinc, phosphorus and vitamins K and D, which are good for your bones and overall health. Sesame oil is also effective in reducing neck pain.
    • Apply some warm sesame oil on the affected area and massage for 10 minutes. Then apply a hot compress on the area. Do this 3 or 4 times daily.
    • You can also chew 1 tablespoon of roasted white sesame seeds once daily in the morning, or mix 1 teaspoon of roasted and ground sesame seeds in a glass of warm milk and drink it 2 times daily. Also, include sesame seeds in your cooking.

    BRONCHITIS

    Your bronchial tubes are responsible for delivering air to your lungs. When these tubes become inflamed, mucus can build up. The coughing and shortness of breath this causes is known as bronchitis. Acute bronchitis usually occurs due to a viral chest infection. Several types of viruses can cause it. Approximately 5 percent of adults report having acute bronchitis annually, and acute bronchitis is the ninth most common reason why adults visit their doctors.

    It’s important to distinguish acute bronchitis from chronic bronchitis. Acute bronchitis usually lasts less than 10 days. However, the coughing can continue for several weeks while the inflammation is clearing. Chronic bronchitis, on the other hand, can last for several weeks and usually comes back. This is more common in people with asthma or emphysema.

    SYMPTOMS

    The symptoms of acute bronchitis aren’t specific. They mimic symptoms of other conditions, such as:
    • Chronic cough
    • Postnasal drip
    • Pneumonia

    Therefore, acute bronchitis must always be diagnosed by a doctor.

    Common symptoms of acute bronchitis include:
    • A cough, which may continue beyond 10 days and contain clear or colored mucus
    • Shortness of breath
    • Wheezing
    • A low-grade fever or a high fever may be an indication of a secondary airway problems such as pneumonia
    • Chest pain
    • Chest tightness
    • A sore throat from persistent coughing

    Children with acute bronchitis may experience:
    • A runny nose
    • Chills
    • Back pain
    • Muscle pain
    • A sore throat
    • If you experience any of the following symptoms, call Ayurkalp doctor:
    • Unexplained weight loss
    • A deep, barking cough
    • Difficulty breathing
    • Chest pain
    • A fever of 100.4°f (38°c) or higher
    • A cough that last more than 10 days

    CAUSES OF BRONCHITIS
    Bronchitis is caused by the inflammation of the bronchial tubes, by viruses, bacteria, or other irritant particles.

    Causes of acute bronchitis
    • Virus infection
    • Bronchitis is usually caused by viral infection.
    • Acute bronchitis is normally caused by viruses, typically those that also cause colds and flu.
    It can also be caused by bacterial infection and exposure to substances that irritate the lungs, such as tobacco smoke, dust, fumes, vapors, and air pollution.

    Causes of chronic bronchitis
    Chronic bronchitis is caused by repeated irritation and damage of the lung and airway tissue.
    Smoking is the most common causes of chronic bronchitis, with other causes including long-term exposure to air pollution, dust and fumes from the environment, and repeated episodes of acute bronchitis.

    WHO IS AT RISK OF DEVELOPING  BRONCHITIS ?
    People at risk include:
    • The elderly
    • People breathing in irritating chemicals
    • Smokers
    • Those with a lung condition, such as asthma
    • People with poor immunity.
    • You can reduce your risk by hand washing, and if you smoke, cutting down or quitting. The annual flu vaccine is recommended for people with chronic bronchitis.

    AYURVEDIC VIEW OF BRONCHITIS

    According to Ayurveda, bronchitis usually starts with some upper respiratory infection or exposure to an irritating substance. Poor diet, digestion and elimination can create an internal environment in the bronchial area that allows infection to more easily occur. Stress, poor lifestyle, bad circulation and lack of rejuvenative regimens can deteriorate the body's immune response to invading organisms in the bronchial area. We quickly see how many variables can predispose individuals to upper respiratory infection and the complications of bronchitis that occur when the infection becomes chronic.

    The Ayurveda assessment of balance and imbalance does not simply identify the gross physical abnormality and match up drugs to a symptom. This is because people can have the same disease for different reasons. For example, ten people could walk into a doctor's office with a headache and have it for ten different reasons. Likewise not everyone has bronchitis for the same reasons.

    Ayurveda evaluation determines the imbalances in the functioning modes of the body. These underlying imbalances are the root causes of a condition and must be removed if real healing is to occur. By determining the causal imbalances at the basis of a disorder, Ayurveda evaluation helps our Ayurveda Health Consultants address the fundamental source of ill health in the individual.

    Since bronchitis can be influenced by many factors, such as diet, digestion, toxin accumulation, stress, exercise levels and daily routine, the Ayurveda approach to the condition is a comprehensive one that balances many physiological functions simultaneously.

    Root Causes of Bronchitis as per Ayurveda
    Following are the general types of imbalances at the source of most chronic conditions, including bronchitis.
    • Toxins accumulating in tissues and blocking circulation.
    • Poor nutrition.
    • Poor digestion.
    • Imbalance of the nervous system.
    • Accumulation of physical and mental stress.
    • Lowering of natural resistance and immunity.
    • Disruption of natural biological rhythms.
    The common modern medical approach to match drugs to symptoms does not completely address many of these factors. As a result, modern medicine often cannot fully remove the disorder and the condition becomes chronic. Chronic means that the condition persists over time even with the best modern medical treatment. Currently over 100 million Americans suffer from a chronic condition, indicating that some new approach is needed in our health care.

    Your Ayurkalp Ayurveda doctor will provide you with detailed understanding of which foods to favor and avoid for your condition. Avoid foods that are hard-to-digest, excessively activate acid secretion, are clogging to the physiology and aggravating to the functioning modes that are already imbalanced in you. Favor foods that are easy-to-digest, do not stimulate acid secretion, are nourishing to gastric tissues, cleanse the physiology, strengthen digestion and balance your body's inner intelligence.

    One of the great strengths of the Ayurveda dietary approach is that it contains knowledge of how to have a light, easy-to-digest diet that still is both satisfying and nourishing. Many individuals have easily followed this diet and have improved their digestion and energy while also reducing their symptoms.

    There are some simple and effective home remedies for Bronchitis.
    • Take 1 glass of warm milk and mix 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder to it. Mix them well and drink this milk 2 times everyday.
    • Take 1 glass of water and add 1/2 teaspoon of licorice root powder into it. Allow the water to heat up for 15 min and then filter this water. Once cooled, drink this water 2 times every day for 1 week.
    • Take some fresh holy basil leaves and chew them everyday.
    • Take some fresh Malabar nut tree leaves and chew them everyday or take 2 teaspoons of liquid extract of these leaves with little honey 3 times daily.
    • Take a mixture of black pepper, long pepper and dried ginger in equal proportion every day. This helps to strengthen the body’s immune system.
    • Proper posture and deep breathing exercises of yoga are proven to be beneficial.
    • Practice meditation as it helps to strengthen lungs and helps to relax our mind and body.
    • Gargle with warm salt water for some relief.
    • Take sufficient rest.
    • Avoid smoking and drink plenty of water to keep your body hydrated.
    • Take 1 piece of garlic and smash them. Swallow it either with milk or tea twice everyday.
    • Take 5 cloves of garlic and crush them well. Now add this to 1 liter water and allow it to boil. Filter the water and give 1 teaspoon of it to children below 3 years every 3 hours. Give 1 tablespoon of this water every 3 hours to children above 3 years for good relief.
    • Herbal oil massages are also very effective.
    • Eat nutritious food, do stress management, change your lifestyle and maintain a proper routine.
    • Ayurvedic treatments like Vamana and virechana therapy are very effective.
    A simple change in day to day activities, the food we take and our lifestyle can prove to be a life saver at times. Less nutritional food, no proper exercise or a sedentary lifestyle can cause our body to lose immunity. It is thus important to take a diet filled with fresh fruits, vegetables, freshly prepared food, less spicy or oily food, etc. Water also helps in removing toxins from the body and so it is very important to drink plenty of water everyday. Along with some simple tips, follow any of the above home remedies to treat Bronchitis. For any reason, if you still find the symptoms to remain, kindly consult Ayurkalp doctor.

    ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS

    Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a type of inflammatory arthritis that primarily affects the spine or back. In AS, the joints and ligaments along the spine become inflamed. The inflammation produces pain and stiffness that usually begins in the lower back or buttocks, and may progress into the upper spine, chest and neck. Over time, the joints and bones (vertebrae) may grow together (fuse), causing the spine to become rigid and inflexible. Other joints, such as the hips, shoulders and knees may also be affected. AS is a systemic and Rheumatic disease, which means it may affect organs.

    CAUSES

    Although the cause of ankylosing spondylitis is unknown, there is a strong genetic or family link. Most, but not all, people with spondylitis carry a gene called HLA-B27. Although people carrying this gene are more likely to develop spondylitis, it is also found in up to 10% of people who have no signs of the condition.


    AYURVEDIC VIEW OF ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS

    According to Ayurveda, Rheumatic pains are due to formation of toxins in the body called "Ama". According to modern science, these toxins can be corelated with auto-antibodies which are body's own defence system destroying body's own tissues. These toxins are known as "aama" in Ayurvedic terminology. So the concept of treating Ankylosing spondylitis is digesting the " aama" by giving herbs like Curcumin, Aamvatantak Ras, etc. Controlling the vata is also very important, after clearing the "Aama". Vata- the kinetic energy of the body is regulated by regular massage with Ayurvedic oils and consumption of Ayurvedic medicines. These medicines are helpful to digest the "aama" in managing pain and inflammation.

    Sometimes the pain is quiet acute in ankylosing spondylitis. This painful condition in Ankylosing spondylitis and inflammation needs to be tackled quickly. So the herbal combination of various herbs which work instantly for painful joints is given.

    There are very common herbs for painful joints which work insantly. The herbs are like Dry Ginger, Guggul, Turmeric (curcumin), Fenugreek, Ashwagandha, Sallaki (Boswellia), and Giloy (Tinospora). The extracts of these herbs are more effective in reducing the pain and inflammation of all types of joint pains including ankylosing spondylitis.

    Constipation must be avoided at any costs in Ankylosing spondylitis. Constipation leads to vitiation of Vata, which may increase bouts of increased pain.

    SYMPTOMS

    Early signs and symptoms of ankylosing spondylitis might include pain and stiffness in your lower back and hips, especially in the morning and after periods of inactivity. Neck pain and fatigue also are common. Over time, symptoms might worsen, improve or stop at irregular intervals.
    The areas most commonly affected are:
    • The joint between the base of your spine and your pelvis (sacroiliac)
    • The vertebrae in your lower back
    • The places where your tendons and ligaments attach to bones (entheses), mainly in your spine, but sometimes along the back of your heel
    • The cartilage between your breastbone and ribs
    • Your hip and shoulder joints

    LIFESTYLE

    Besides seeing your doctor regularly and taking your medications as prescribed, here are some things you can do to help your condition.
    • Stay active - Exercise can help ease pain, maintain flexibility and improve your posture.
    • Heat fomentation - Heat applied to stiff joints and tight muscles can ease pain and stiffness. Try heating pads.
    • Don't smoke. If you smoke, quit. Smoking is generally bad for your health, but it creates additional problems for people with ankylosing spondylitis, including further hampering breathing.
    • Practice good posture. Practicing standing straight in front of a mirror can help you avoid some of the problems associated with ankylosing spondylitis.

    HOME REMEDIES
    • Mix powder of long pepper, black pepper, and dried ginger root in equal quantities. Take 1 teaspoon of this powder with lukewarm water, twice a day.
    • Mix powder of fenugreek seeds (Methi), dry ginger and turmeric in equal quantity. Take one teaspoon of this mixture twice a day with lukewarm water.
    • Massage with sesame oil twice a day. Massage will help you to improve blood circulation, reduces inflammation, stiffness and pain of the joints.
    • Mix paste of four peeled garlic clove to 20 ml of mustard oil and heat on low flame, for 1-2 minutes. After cooling, massage the affected joints with this oil for getting relief from pain and swelling.
    • Garlic milk, it is helpful to reduce inflammation, stiffness and pain of the joints.
    • Garlic Milk : Ingredient
    1. 2 crushed garlic cloves
    2. 1 glassful of skimmed milk.
    3. ½ teaspoon turmeric powder.
    • Boil all above mentioned ingredient till the milk remains half in quantity. Now, add 1-2 tsp of honey (according to taste) and drink with chewing cooked garlic before going to bed at night.

    ACNE - Yuvan Pidika

    This is a problem which is encountered by almost everyone at the time of adolescence. Its prevalence is similar for both sex but the peak age of severity for males is from the age of 17 to 19, and for females it is 16-17. However, sometimes a person may experience the problem at an elder age too.

    In our today’s life Acne is a common skin disease characterized by pimples on the face, chest and back. It occurs when the pores of the skin become clogged with oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria. According to ayurveda acne is a message from your body telling you that something is wrong inside with your body dosha system like your stomach is upset, having acidity, changes in dietary habits or it means your moving from healthy diet to unhealthy diet or life style.

    In Ayurveda acne is known as Yuvan Pidika. This is found more often in adolescent when there is excessive secretion from the oil glands, according to ayurveda distortion in the air (vat Dosha) and phlegm (Kapha Dosha) causes further distortion of the blood or Rakt Dhatu.


    CAUSES
    • Age: teenagers are more prone to develop acne.
    • Cosmetics: Make-up and any other chemical treatment can make acne worse.
    • Disease: If a person is having history of long term chronic illness or regular gastero-intestinal problem or Hormonal disorders can increase the severity of acne problems.
    • Drugs: Acne can develop as a result of using certain drugs. (tranquilizers, antibiotics, oral contraceptives, and steroids).
    • Personal hygiene: Strong soaps, hard scrubbing, and pricking at pimples can make acne worse.
    • Stress: Emotional stress can contribute to acne.
    • Environment: Exposure to polluted environment & sweating can also make the condition worse.
    • Gender: Boys are more likely to develop acne and tend to have more serious cases than girls.
    • Diet: Fatty & oily foods can make affect acne.

    SIGNS & SYMPTOMS
    • It is characterized by comedones (blackheads), papules (pimples), and pustules (blisters). Sometimes it leads to darkening of the skin, crusted, or puffy skin.
    • Inflamed pores can cause pain or itching. The most troubling aspect of acne for many people is the scarring that can occur. And, while acne may not be very noticeable, individuals tend to be sensitive about their appearance. Teenagers especially may become concerned about the way other people react to them.

    NUTRITIONAL INFLUENCES:
    Eat a well-balanced diet high in fiber, zinc, and raw fruits and vegetables and avoid foods and foods high in iodine, such as table salt. In one experimental study, patients experienced a rapid clearing of acne following supplementation with one ounce of bran cereal daily. Drink plenty of water.

    DAILY CARE :
    • Gently wash-do not scrub-the affected areas once or twice every day. Use lukewarm water.
    • Choose only oil-free cosmetics. Shampoo often and wear hair away from the face.
    • Give dry pimples a limited amount of sun exposure.
    • Do not prick or squeeze pimples. Keep Your Hands Away from Your Skin
    • Reduce stress.
    • Shave gently and avoid opening up existing lesions.

    HOME REMEDIES

    According to Ayurveda, Acne is caused due to aggravation of Kapha & pitta. A few easy and simple tips for Acne cure & prevention are:
    • A popular natural remedy involve grinding down an orange peel into a mixture of water and directly applying it to the areas where acne is visible. The same can be done with lemon juice
    • Garlic is noted as being able to cure a wide variety of imbalances in the body, including skin problems. In terms of acne, garlic is very successful in being able to significantly clear up acne problems. So long as you don’t mind the smell of garlic, you can rub the affected acne areas with garlic several times a day and ingest it daily in order to get the desired results.
    • Cucumber is widely used in these mixtures. So it isn’t so surprising to discover to learn that rubbing grated cucumber over your face, eyes, and neck will help to prevent acne.
    • Prepare paste by Lal chandan, and Jaiphal and apply on the affected area.
    • Take 2 teaspoon rose syrup mixed in a glass full of water empty stomach once or twice daily ,application of rose water locally is also helpful in acne.
    • Steam the face while boiling a few leaves of holy basil and Neem in water.
    • Local application of coconut water and intake also helps in acne.
    • Roast orange lentil (Masoor dal) in ghee. Allow to cool down gradually. Make paste with milk apply on pimple. Allow it dry, then remove gently with cold water.

    BEDWETTING

    Bedwetting is quite common in school-age children: they can’t control it, and most grow out of it. In the meantime, there are things you can do to help your child feel better about this issue.

    FACTS
    • Bedwetting is sometimes called nocturnal (night-time) enuresis. Childhood bedwetting is common in many families.
    • Most children stop daytime wetting by about three years of age, and stop wetting at night by the time they’re five. Most preschoolers still wet their bed from time to time though.
    • A lot of children grow out of wetting the bed by the time they start school, but some primary school-aged children still wet the bed.


    CAUSES

    The cause is likely due to one or a combination of the following:
    • bedwetting runs in families
    • The waking-up response to having a full bladder is not fully developed; your child does not have conscious control over bedwetting
    • Your child's bladder cannot hold the amount of urine that they produce overnight
    • Your child's bladder may be twitchy or overactive - this may cause wet pants or urgency (rushing off to the toilet) in the daytime
    • Fluid restricting in the evening and at night does not stop bedwetting
    • Constipation can lead to bedwetting
    • Bedwetting is rarely due to urine infection, disease or child abuse
    • Neurological problems: Abnormalities in the nervous system, or injury or disease of the nervous system, can upset the delicate neurological balance that controls urination.
    • Emotional problems: A stressful home life, as in a home where the parents are in conflict, sometimes causes children to wet the bed. Major changes, such as starting school, a new baby, or moving to a new home, are other stresses that can also cause bedwetting. Children who are being physically or sexually abused sometimes begin bedwetting.