A specialist sleep clinic based in San Diego, CA has launched a new treatment program designed to help children suffering from bedwetting. Nexisom Sleep Wellness Centers says Sleep Disordered Breathing (SDB) and bedwetting are linked.

Find out more at https://nexisom.com/index.php/2020/08/26/bedwetting

The newly launched treatment program looks at the two different types of bedwetting as defined in a study focused on the link between SDB and tonsil and adenoid swelling. A primary bedwetter is a child who does not stay dry at night regularly over a six-month period.

A secondary bedwetter, however, will stay dry for six months, but then starts bedwetting at least twice a week for approximately three months. As part of the study, children with SDB were clinically examined and once the sleep disordered breathing problem was address, the parents noted the bedwetting stopped also. Read more about it here https://nexisom.com/index.php/bedwetting.

Nexisom Sleep Wellness Centers says many parents are unaware of the link between sleep issues and bedwetting and may misdiagnose their children if they do not receive professional support. The team advocate for the issue and try to raise awareness.

They say if a child’s bedwetting is caused by sleep issues, the specialist team at the clinic and Schaffer dental can help to overcome it. By working in collaboration with a team of specialists and using a combination of cutting-edge tools and technology, a custom solution can easily be created for each child.

The long-term results provided by the program include improved sleep for the whole family, reduced last-minute bathroom visits, and reduced social anxiety. The company provides a simple online assessment form to help parents establish the cause of their child’s issue.

A company representative said: “Nexisom Sleep Wellness Centers has developed a non-pharmaceutical and no behavioral therapy treatment option that can permanently stop bedwetting.”

“Our team understand the complex root causes behind this problem including underdeveloped dental arches, mouth breathing, daytime fatigue, crowded or crooked teeth, and low tongue posture,” they added.

To find out more, interested parties are invited to visit the links provided to see if you’re a candidate for this treatment.

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