Scientists have given a reason why children urinate in bed at night. Their research shows that they have discovered some genes that increase the risk of spoilage. By which selective gene of humans has not yet been determined.
Urine in bed at night is scientifically called scientific neurosis. In common language it is also known as nighttime bedwetting.
Not only children also have difficulty with it
Scientists at Denmark University, who are researching bedwetting, say the problem is not limited to children, teens and adults also struggle with it. Researcher Jane Christensen says 16 percent of 7-year-olds suffer from waiting for bed. At the same time, 2 percent of adults also have this problem.
In the UK alone there have been cases of bedwetting in 5 lakh children and teenagers. Scientists believe that research is expected to prepare a new treatment method in the future.
The study was conducted on 3,900 children and young people who suffered from bedwetting
Genes from 3900 children and young people from Denmark were examined to understand this problem. These were children who fought the problem of urine in bed at night and took medication. Research has shown that certain types of genes increase the risk of bedwetting.
Why is this problem
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, it can also be a kidney infection or a urological problem in children. Most cases start from the moment of development of the child’s body. At the same time, 90 percent of children learn to control urine from the age of 5.
Children’s brains can be affected
Researcher Jane says this is a serious problem that can have a bad effect on the child. For example, the child is afraid that no one will tease him. If this has been happening to the child for years, consult the doctor.