Bedwetting can be extremely stressful for families. Several things can help you cope. We wrote some of them down for you.
Bedwetting isn’t your child’s fault, don’t punish or tease the child.
Avoid foods high in sugar, carbonated and caffeinated beverages.
Drinking should take place mostly during the day. Just give the child sips of water in the evening.
Have your child use Pjama when sleeping, both home and away.
Use the Pjama app to keep a calendar and to write down the progress. This will help when contacting a doctor.
Talk about it! We know for a fact that there are many children who’re suffering from bedwetting, but no one is talking about it. Exchange tips and tricks with your loved ones, and let your child know that this is normal.
Never talk about bedwetting as something shameful. The child has enough of that from other channels.
Don’t give up. Get help and don’t ever forget that you’re enough.
DOES PJAMA SEEM TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE?
HOW CAN A PYJAMA STAY DRY WHEN WETTING IN IT?
We know, it is super cool and weird at the same time.
Pjama is made of soft tencel, a breathable waterproof membrane and a super-absorbent material that makes urine stay in the pants. All fabrics areOeko-Tex certified.
PJAMA IS MADE OF:
Hydrophobic material at waist and ankles/knee folds, super-absorbent material in critical areas.
An outer waterproof and soft layer that breathes very well.
An inner material that is soft and smooth on the inside. The material can absorb fluid and is made with capillary breaking properties.
In other words, Pjama is a super awesome way for both children and adults to keep the bed dry at night. And to look great while wearing them.
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