THERAPEE – BED WETTING In Adults & Diabetes
Bed wetting could be one of the symptoms of diabetes, especially Type 1 diabetes. This Type 1 diabetes is found in children and young adults. Therapee is an alternate treatment that can be used safely to treat bed wetting. It is 100% safe and does not require any medicines to be taken internally.
Bed wetting or nocturnal enuresis or enuresis is the loss of bladder control especially at night. It is not uncommon and over 15% of children above the age of 5 have this condition. It is embarrassing for older children to deal with bed wetting. When there are no other medical conditions involved, bed wetting will stop by itself. Therapee is an alternate treatment that can be used safely to treat bed wetting. It is 100% safe and does not require any medicines to be taken internally.
What is the connection between bed wetting and diabetes?
Bed wetting could be one of the symptoms of diabetes, especially Type 1 diabetes. This Type 1 diabetes is found in children and young adults. People with type 1 diabetes are unable to process glucose in the blood properly. When there is more glucose in the blood, our bodies produce more urine to eliminate the excess glucose. Diabetes also causes excess thirst which results in more intake of fluids, again increasing urine production. This increase in urine production may cause children or adults to wet the bed. So if the child or adult starts wetting the bed after a fairly long gap of dry nights, it could be a sign of diabetes. Clinical examinations are done to detect diabetes. Therapee is an excellent solution to treat bed wetting.
Therapee – a treatment for bed wetting?
Therapee is an on-line program to treat bed wetting. It includes an advanced alarm clock, sensor pad and a web based software. When we register for Therapee, we can log in and get the assistance of an experienced therapist. The therapist can be consulted once every two weeks. He studies individual case studies in detail and provides guidance and easy exercises to increase bladder retention and strengthen sphincter muscles. He also instructs the parent and child on how best to use the Therapee kit. Therapee kit has a sensor pad and an alarm clock. The sensor pad is placed under the sheet, without it directly touching the child. When the child accidentally wets the sheet, the Therapee alarm sets off. The parent then wakes up the child and sends him/her to the bathroom. This process is repeated every night to form a routine. This combined with counseling creates the required effect and this program can be used until the child experiences 100% dry nights. Therapee can be customized to meet individual requirements.