Sleep Apnea Assists Bedwetting | Westlake Village | Agoura Hills California

For most young children retiring their diapers and taking the next step to the bathroom is a difficult one. In the process of learning, there will undoubtedly be accidents both in the day and in the night – and that should be expected. But when nighttime bed wetting becomes a regular occurance, there is cause for concern.

Although there is no medical explanation for bedwetting, it is often associated with sleeping disorders – and sleep apnea is usually the culprit. Children who suffer from sleep apnea are at a higher risk of wetting the bed than children who do not have any sleep problems.

Sleep apnea makes it difficult to stay asleep due frequent pauses in breathing. When the child does finally fall asleep, their reactions times are decreased, preventing them from waking up when their body is telling them it is time to go.

If your child is regularly wetting the bed, it may be more serious than you think. Contact Dr. Carson today and find our if your child has sleep apnea.

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