Enuresis (from the Ancient Greek ἐνούρησις / enoúrēsis), refers to a repeated inability to control urination.

Incontinence itself is an anxiety-causing event. Strong bladder contractions leading to leakage in the daytime can cause embarrassment and anxiety that lead to wetting at night.

Nocturnal enuresis

After age 5, wetting at night—often called bedwetting or sleepwetting—is more common than daytime wetting in boys. Most cases probably result from a mix of factors including slower physical development, an overproduction of urine at night, a lack of ability to recognize bladder filling when asleep, and, in some cases, anxiety.

Slower physical development
Between the ages of 5 and 10, incontinence may be the result of a small bladder capacity, long sleeping periods, and underdevelopment of the body’s alarms in the brain that signal a full or emptying bladder. This form of incontinence will fade away as the bladder grows and the natural alarms become operational.

Excessive output of urine during sleep
If a child does not sense the bladder filling and awaken to urinate, then wetting will occur.

Experts suggest that anxiety-causing events occurring in the lives of children ages 2 to 4 might lead to incontinence before the child achieves total bladder control. Anxiety experienced after age 4 might lead to wetting after the child has been dry for a period of 6 months or more. Such events include angry parents, unfamiliar social situations, and overwhelming family events such as the birth of a brother or sister.

Diurnal enuresis
Daytime incontinence that is not associated with urinary infection or anatomic abnormalities is less common than nighttime incontinence and tends to disappear much earlier than the nighttime versions. One possible cause of daytime incontinence is an overactive bladder. Many children with daytime incontinence have abnormal voiding habits, the most common being infrequent voiding. This form of incontinence occurs more often in girls than in boys.

Conventional medicine has no remedy for Enuresis. Thankfully Homeopathy works. Here we discuss a few remedy resonance that work for Enuresis. You must consult your homeopath who will arrive at the right similimum.

Belladonna — Continuous dropping of urine, consequent on paralysis of the sphincter muscles of the bladder.

Cina — Involuntary emissions of urine, especially at night. This remedy is particularly indicated where the difficulty arises from the irritation of worms in the intestines.

Conium — Frequent micturition during the night ; the urine cannot be retained. Wetting the bed at night. Especially suitable to old men.

Nux vomica —Where the weakness has been caused by the use of intoxicating drink, and intemperate habits.

Phosphoric acid — If self-pollution or solitary vice has been the cause of the difficulty. In children and young persons
who grow too fast.

Pulsatilla — The urine is discharged by drops when sitting or when walking. Involuntary emissions of urine when coughing, and during sleep. Suitable to persons of a mild, tearful disposition.

Rhus tox — Involuntary discharges of urine at night, or while sitting, or when at rest. Suitable to rheumatic or gouty subjects.

Sepia — Involuntary discharges of urine at night, especially in the first sleep. The urine is very offensive, and deposits a clay-colored sediment which adheres to the chamber.

Sulphur — Wetting the bed at night, Suitable to persons of a scrofulous habit, and others who suffer from cutaneous eruptions.

  • Savvas Ioannidis

    Always try to find the constitutional remedy.

  • Meena Srivastava

    Thanks for the information .

  • Denis Souillart

    couplé à calcaréa fluorica ; c’est un excellent remède de nodules aux seins

  • Anjum Hanif

    causticum is missing

  • Homöopathie

    A child had Equisetum , no moreEnuresis.