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Sep, 2016

People who can get affected with Bed-Wetting

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Bed wetting is a common health disorder, which majority of children face during their childhood.  Though it is not an extremely serious disorder, it can often be an embarrassing issue among kids. Rarely, it even tends to sometimes run in families…

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Sep, 2016

Symptoms of Bed-Wetting

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Bed-wetting can be described as involuntary urination while asleep after the age at which staying dry at night can be reasonably expected. Most kids are fully toilet trained by age 5, but there's really no target date for developing complete bladder control. Between the ages of 5 and 7, bed-wetting remains a problem for some children. After 7 years of age, a small number of children still wet the bed.…

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Sep, 2016

Causes of Bed-Wetting

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Deep in their sleep an individual hardly realizes the awkwardness that might be caused the next morning. It’s their body’s uncontrollable response due to certain reasons. Most likely, a child wets the bed for one or more reasons, such…

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Sep, 2016

What is Bed-Wetting?

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Bed Wetting In Children Bed-wetting, scientifically known as Nocturnal Enuresis refers to an involuntary urination specially during night time. It is a very common issue specially among kids and in some cases can continue till teen age. Simply speaking bed-wetting is urination during sleep. Every child is different and each child learns bladder control at a different age. Children younger than 4 often wet their beds or clothes, because they…

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Sep, 2016

People who can get affected by hyperactivity

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Hyperactivity is a prolonged behavioural disorder, which affects young, pre-school and school going children. Children are more likely to inherit the disorder through a parent or relative and boys are three times more likely to suffer from hyperactivity, compared…

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Sep, 2016

Causes of hyperactivity

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Our genes and lifestyles have a huge impact on our lives. Therefore, if not properly managed they can have a negative effect on our mental well-being.  Here are the main causes of hyperactivity in children. Genetics A child is more likely to be born with hyperactivity, if it runs in the family. Also, boys are three times more likely to be affected, than girls. Food habits The consumption of sugar…

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Sep, 2016

Symptoms of hyperactivity

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It your child is extremely talkative, mischievous or energetic, it does not necessarily mean that they are suffering from a hyperactivity disorder. Hyperactivity is a prolonged disorder, which has 3 distinct types and each type is characterised by specific…

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Sep, 2016

Hyperactive child

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Hyperactivity, generally known as ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), is a common medical behavioural disorder, generally found amongst school going children, which disturbs the normal functioning of the child’s brain and negatively affects their social and academic abilities. Though most young children are often difficult to handle, if you’re child’s behaviour is causing a problem in the classroom or at home, for others as well as for you, it is…

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Sep, 2016

Symptoms of Tonsillitis

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Just like there different type of tonsillitis, similarly the symptoms for these are also of varied nature. These symptoms include: Sore throat Fever Difficulty in swallowing Swollen jaw and neck Earaches or headaches

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