Bed Wetting
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If a child drinks water before going to bed (yes, thatís correct, before going to bed), they will not wet the bed. All a child has to do is drink more water. Bed wetting occurs when the bladder produces hydrogen and nitrogen together and it forms ammonia. Ammonia is poison to the human body. When the brain gets the message from the bladder that ammonia is in the bladder, the brain causes the child to dream they are in the bathroom and they will let it go. They think they are sitting on the toilet.

So the answer to bed-wetting is the formation of ammonia in the bladder, corrected by drinking more water.

Submitted by Jim Bolen, friend and student of F. Batmanghelidj, M.D.