Bedwetting / Shayyamutrata(Nocturnal Enuresis)

Bedwetting / Shayyamutrata(Nocturnal Enuresis)

When children urinate without control while they sleep, it is called Nocturnal enuresis. It is also known Bedwetting

Most children can control their bladder during the day and night, but some children can’t stay dry as they have day or night time!

Bedwetting is an issue that millions of families face every night, & can be very stress full. Child’s can feel embarrassed and guilty about bed wetting & anxious about spending the night at a friend’s house or at camp.! Parents often feed helpless to stop it

As per Ayurveda Bed welting is physiological & psychological disorder. This condition is marked when a child continues to wet his/her bed. In Ayurveda vata (Apana Vayu), Pitta (pachaka pitta),  kapha (Avalambak kapha) along with manas Dosha (Tama guna) Regulate the functioning  of Manovaha srotas ( Nervous system) & mutrawaha srotas (Urinary Tract).

However, vitation of these Doshas leads to alter these srotas which further in increases the frequency of urination at night. Such vitation of doshas  (Apan vayu Avarana by kapha ) leading to lose Urine holding  capacity & causes bed wetting i.e. snagyamatrata or Nocturnal Enuresis.

Ayurvedic Treatment for Bed wetting

  • The Natural treatments of bed wetting in Ayurveda helps in preventing the loose tonicity of bladder especially sphincter tone, nocturnal polyuria, mental and physical Stress, lack of control over the flow of urination behavior disorder, urinary Urgency & bladder over activity.
  • Childhood bedwetting treatment first focus on controlling the involuntary bladdes movements, enhancing mental and promoting nasmal physiological development to stop bed wetting.

Medicines:

  • Ayurvedic Satvavajay chikitsa
  • medhya Rasayana
  • Balya Rasayan
  • Mutra Sangrahaneya Chikitsa
  • Srotoshodhan chikitsa
  • krimighna chikitsa

panchakarma

  • Basti
  • Nasya
  • sirodhara
  • Siropiche
  • Abhyagam
  • Lepam
  • Udvartana

 

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