Gentle remedies for bedwetting

Clark, Donna; Garces, A.J.
December 1994
Mothering;Winter94, Issue 73, p46
Presents alternative treatments for nocturnal enuresis or bedwetting. Homeopathy; Dietary treatments; Behavior adjustments; Visualization; Counseling; Acupressure; Hypnosis; Caution on dry-night or calendar reward systems; Practical considerations for bed wetters; Age factor. INSETS: Why do children wet the bed?.;Invasive and traumatic tests and treatments..


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