Avoiding the Horrible C's

Avoiding the Horrible C's

It's absolutely physiologically normal for a child to wet past the age of six, but if it continues after age seven, there are simple things you can do that could help. First, avoid  "the horrible C’s."   The horrible C's are things that have Caffeine, Carbonation, Artificial Colors, too much Citrus or too much Calcium. All those things can irritate the bladder and make a child more likely to wet.

Replace the horrible C’s with water or apple juice. Another "C" to look out for is constipation. It is recommended to reduce the amount of dairy, white bread, and white rice your kids eat. Try adding things with fiber, nuts, seeds and whole grains.



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