Wetting in children (enuresis)

Wetting in children (enuresis)

Characteristics of wetting in children: Most children who wet their bed have a normally functioning bladder and normal course of sleep, but they don’t wake up when their bladder is full. The following factors play a role in the basic pathophysiology of nocturnal enuresis: bladder function, sleep, urine production, and genetic predispositions.

Wetting in children (enuresis) is more common in boys than in girls. Antidiuretic treatment slows down urine production during the night and can help resolve the problem. Night-time bed wetting in children can cause psychological problems.

Using magnetic therapy in wetting in children

In wetting in children, Biomag low-frequency pulsed magnetic treatment is indicated as adjunctive therapy (due to its anti-inflammatory and muscle-relaxant effects), but cannot cover all factors (significant mental contribution, genetic predispositions, etc.). In wetting in children, we recommend treatment be applied during the day to the lumbar spine and bladder area, daily on a long-term basis. Prevention of infection, adequate fluid intake, especially at bedtime, adequate sleep and further instructions from the paediatrician should be followed.

Application of magnetic therapy in wetting in children

In wetting in children, apply muscle-relaxant and vasodilatory frequencies of 10-14 Hz and 2-25 Hz to the lumbar spine and bladder area.

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