Massage Therapy for Children Bedwetting

It takes time for a child to grasp the connection between the urge to urinate and urinating itself. Once the child understands that urinating is under their control, toilet training can advance in leaps and bounds. However, bedwetting remains a problem for many children. Instead of waking up to go to the toilet, a bedwetting child sleeps on while the muscles of their bladder relax. It seems that the brain doesn't receive the urge to urinate from the bladder.

One in five preschoolers and around ten per cent of all children under the age of ten years still wet the bed. There may be as many as 100, 000 bedwetting Australians at any given time, including a small proportion of teenagers and adults.

Massage Therapy

Step Shen Shu Point

On the lower back, 1.5 finger's breadth lateral to the lower border of the spinous process of the second lumbar vertebra. Massage the point by thumb for 1-3 minutes.

Massage Therapy

StepMassage Therapy Pang Guang Shu Point

In the sacral region, 1. 5 finger's breadth lateral to the posterior midline, at the level of the second posterior sacral foramen. Wrap up buttocks with the hands and Massage it by thumb for 1-3 minutes.

Massage Therapy

StepMassage Therapy Shui Fen Point

In the umbilical region, on the anterior midline, 1 finger's breadth superior to the umbilicus. Close up thumb, forefinger and thirdfinger, massage the point for 1-3 minutes.