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Five Reasons Why Grownups Urinate in Bed and How to Stop it

Bed wetting in children is a common occurrence across the globe and you don't have to worry about this so much as it goes away with time.

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However, sometimes bed wetting carries on to adulthood and this might have to be a cause for concern in adults.

And in some adults, some conditions that come with time, prove to be too costly as someone can start bed wetting.

However, good news is that you can stop bed wetting by doing the following:


This is a condition that is usually brought about a lifestyle which someone adheres to bringing the condition.

Another cause of diabetes is genetics but it is something that can be taken care of with the right lifestyle.

Lifestyle changes as well as medication can help mitigate the effects of diabetes.

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Enlarged Prostate

Symptoms of enlarged prostate can include trouble weak urine stream, and not feeling empty after urination which occurs very often.

Treatment options include lifestyle changes, medicine, and surgery that can help with the urination.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

One of the symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea is bed wetting and this might be noticed more by someone that you sleep next to.

Your airways are obstructed by this condition and you might wake up in the night without knowing.

Weight loss, stoping alcohol intake or sleeping pills is a solution to this problem as well.


Constipation has happened to everyone at one point one time and the symptoms include your bowel movements happening less often than normal.

Avoid caffeine products, exercise regularly and most importantly, go to the bathroom whenever you have the urge to.

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These are the things that cause bed wetting in adults and you can prevent it by ensuring that you adhere to the ways of preventing it highlighted above.

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