Dealing with Bedwetting – Nocturnal Enuresis in Children

Nocturnal enuresis, the medical term for bedwetting, is a common and frustrating problem that affects between five and seven million American children. Nocturnal enuresis most commonly affects children younger than three years of age, although it can affect older children and adults. About 15% of children aged three to five and about 1% of school age children struggle with the problem although percentage of people affected decreases as their age increases. When helping a child work through his or her bed wetting issues, it is useful to understand the causes, physiology, and possible treatments for the condition.

Separation Anxiety in Young Children and Infants

Separation anxiety in young children is a milestone that almost every youngster has to pass at some point or another. It usually peaks around the first birthday, but may rear its ugly head at other times, especially if there are stressful events taking place in the child’s life. Separation anxiety woes can make the first days of daycare very tough to deal with. After all, you might be dealing with feelings of guilt and separation anxiety yourself, but you are not quite as vociferous as your child about the whole issue.

Can You Count on Child Welfare Services for Help

Child welfare is available in every state, which means that you can always find the resources you need to protect your children. If you are thinking about adopting a child, or if you suspect that a child you know may be in danger, you can count on these services to point you in the right direction when it comes to finding professionals that can help. Here is some basic information about child welfare services that you will definitely want to know.

How Infant Massage Helps Mom and Baby Bonding

Baby massage is all the rage today. In fact, many hospitals and birthing centers have posters and brochures encouraging parents to massage their tiny infants. Life with a newborn, however, can be very overwhelming, and because of this, many parents do not take the time to participate in an infant massage routine. They do not realize that infant massage helps mom and baby bonding as well as some other significant benefits both for the parents and for the baby.

How to Control Asthma Symptoms in Children

Asthma is an affliction that many children are victims of. Many parents do not fully understand the disease, its symptoms, or its effects. As a result, asthma symptoms in children can cause a parent to panic and have an overwhelming feeling of vulnerability. Consequently, this often only serves to make the child panic which makes the asthma attack even more debilitating.

Effects of Nutrition and Lack of Exercise on Children

Nobody can deny the fact that obesity in children is an overwhelming issue in our culture today. Many factors contribute to recent reports of more and more children becoming obese. The effects of nutrition and lack of exercise on childrenhas a lot to do with the sake of convenience and saving time. With readily available foods being filled with fat and sugar rather than nutritionally beneficial ingredients, children are being stuffed with things that are not good for their weight or their health. The fact that most unhealthy foods are less expensive than their healthier counterparts only adds to the quandary.

How to Deal with Child Sibling Rivalry

Sibling rivalry is unavoidable like many other things in a family setup. This kind of a conflict is actually healthy for the development of your children and most of the time they should be left alone to deal with each other.

In Home Child Care vs. Daycare

If you have children who are in need of daycare, then you are undoubtedly privy to the great debate that centers on in home child care vs. daycare. Both have their merits, but it appears that there are lines drawn between the supporters of each, that are very hard to overcome. There are a number of reasons why either setting would work just fine, but to take a more objective look at the facility; here are some questions you need to ask:

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