Bed wetting solutions that really work

by Ontario's Drykids Coach

Bed wetting takes a toll on a child’s self esteem, the quality of their sleep and even their performance in school. Our hospital-tested program fixes the causes, without drugs.

Ending Bed Wetting Without Drugs

DryKids Ontario   Coach Peter

Family, friends, even some doctors say “restrict water, wake him up, there’s a drug for that,” and you’ve probably tried these remedies. They just don’t work for kids over age 6. As a bed wetting Coach I see seemingly impossible cases – a 22-year-old student, a 35-year-old nurse – like most people I meet they tried all of the usual remedies without success. I had them dry at night in a few weeks, without drugs.


The bed wetting solutions that really work were developed in hospital clinics many years ago, but aren’t well known because bed wetting is such a secretissue. We use the methods taught to nurses at Boston Children’s and Chicago Memorial hospitals, without the drugs.

Experts agree:

Sara Dimerman, Psychologist in Vaughan Ontario

“If your child is still bedwetting beyond the age of six, you may have explored options such as the urine alarm system or medication as a way of helping him stop. However, most literature supports an approach that includes some behaviour modification – either on its own or in conjunction with other methods. Teaching a child new skills and techniques that support his staying dry, along with employing other interventions, often has longer lasting effects than when only one approach is employed at a time…..”

Boston Children’s Hospital Team

“The cause of the enuresis is generally not pathological and can be treated with behavioral therapy.” Success rates can be as high as 90 percent when alarm training is combined with behavioural modification, elimination diet, and most cases resolve within two months….    Kimberly Dunn, PNP, Laura Weissman, MD, and Sherry Tsai, CPNP, of BOSTON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

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When your kid wakes up with wet sheets, it can leave him feeling embarrassed and uncomfortable, and leave you sleepless, stressed and buried in laundry. Many parents try restricting wter or waking their kids during the night, but the problem only persists …. We called in the experts to teach us their simple but not-so-obvious strategies to eliminate bedwetting. Dr. Lane Robson and DryKids’ Peter Grise…….