2. Setting an Alarm Clock
If you suddenly start to experience bedwetting as either a temporary or more chronic symptom, you should immediately start to take note of any other symptoms you might experience with this to try and find out the cause of the bedwetting yourself. Sometimes the associated symptoms can tell you a lot – and if you’re experiencing painful and frequent urination along with bedwetting, it could be because of a kidney or bladder infection.
Other than the symptoms themselves, you should also take note of the time when the bedwetting is taking place. If it’s only after eating something specific or it happens after drinking alcohol, try to cut out these factors to see if things improve.
Bedwetting can also many times be connected to a specific time that just happens to fall in the body’s natural rhythm – and just doesn’t happen to wake you up. If you spot that it happens like this, start by setting an alarm clock before this time, urinating and going back to sleep.