Stop Bed Wetting
Stop Bed wetting – Bed wetting is sign of acute fluid imbalance in the body in various compartments. The known compartments having fluid are – blood, cells and fluid between cells. People who suffer from bed wetting in their childhood are likely to have following problems later in life.
- Hair fall
- sinus and frequent cold and cough
- poor eye vision
- dry eye syndrome later in life
- kidney stones
- high cholesterol
This imbalance can be restored by hydration for people who drink less then 500 ml to 1500 ml water in 24 hours and urinate for more than 8 times in a day. They should increase the fluid intake to – every hour one serving of plain water.
People who drink too much water in a day can restore the imbalance by dehydration or by adding 1 pinch of salt in water 3-4 times in a day for 3 to 7 days.