February 07, 2020 / By admin
Baby wetting parents don’t have to overcorrect
Wetting of the bed is a child’s privilege, but this right has a “validity period”.
How can they be created to learn to go to the toilet by themselves during the “validity period”?
In infants and young children, the child’s nervous system is not fully developed, and their ability to respond to and control urine is limited. Therefore, the phenomenon of bedwetting is prone to occur, and the development of various organs is gradually improved, and the problem of bedwetting generally gradually disappears.
However, during this period, parents need to exercise their children in a targeted manner.
Director Li of the Enuresis Hospital of Harbin Air Force Hospital and Heilongjiang Enuresis Treatment Center will explain in detail how the bedwetting habits of children should be changed.
In the first stage (before 1-1 and a half years old), it is natural to urinate when you want to urinate.
Babies before 1 and a half years of age have limited physical development and bedwetting and diapers are unavoidable.
Therefore, parents try to follow their children’s nature as much as possible, so that they can urinate when they want to urinate and pull when they want to, without having to train their children to the toilet too much, because premature training may cause the baby’s psychological burden and make the relationship between parents and children tense.
However, before the baby has learned how to understand defecation, parents should consciously tell him: “baby urinates” and “baby poop” to see that they are wet or defecate shorts and pants to develop their understanding ability.
In the second stage (1? and 3 years), conduct behavior guidance.
After babies reach 1 and a half years old, they can usually sit, stand, walk, squat, and rise flexibly, which shows that their muscles and nerves have developed to a certain extent.
From a physiological point of view, they are beginning to be able to control the “saving” and “putting” of poop or urine; from a psychological point of view, the baby can also understand the adult’s instructions and understand what it means to go to the toilet.
Therefore, you should consciously start your baby’s toilet training at this time.
Parents need to observe carefully and find that the baby suddenly stopped during the game, or suddenly touched the abdomen with their hands during the activity, crying, etc., indicating that they may have urine.
At this time, parents can take the baby to the toilet, point to the bedpan and ask him, “Are you going to pee?”
“If the baby nods, parents can teach the child to take off their pants and squat down to solve it by themselves.
If the baby successfully completes the bowel movements, encourage and praise him; if the baby is not in control for a while, shorts and pants, parents should not blame loudly, so as not to make them feel frustrated.
If the baby has urinary sensation and cannot excrete it for another time, parents can try to turn on the faucet or mouth to make a “shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh?”, This auxiliary effect to help the baby urinate.
Children 1-3 years old have limited ability to understand the language, and generally focus on behavioral education, that is, they will imitate their babies with demonstration actions.
For example, adults can take their children to the toilet together and let them learn to imitate.
Parents should not change the child’s wet pants immediately after finding out that it is easy to mislead the child, thinking that the solution to defecation is like this.
The child should be brought to the bedpan and pointed at the bedpan to tell him what to do.
Well, the bed wetting of children before the age of 3 is normal, so some measures can be taken during this time to try to avoid getting wet on the bed, but we can not intentionally ask them not to wet the bed.
For example, before going to bed, do not allow your baby to drink a lot of water or eat too much fruit; set the baby to urinate 1-2 times at night.
If the urine is not wet, look at the situation of urine not wet at a fixed time.
The third stage (after 3 years old): Let the child overcome the bedwetting slowly.
After the child is 3 years old, parents can gradually postpone the urine time from the original fixed time point each time, half an hour, then 1 hour, 2 hours.
This can slowly exercise the baby’s bladder’s ability to store urine, so that they gradually change until they get out of bed to urinate until dawn.