Application of SCENAR therapy for enuresis (nocturnal urinary incontinence, bedwetting) and other neurogenic bladder dysfunctions in children.
Neurogenic bladder in children is a functional disorder of filling and emptying the bladder, associated with a violation of the mechanisms of nervous regulation of urination at the central or peripheral level.
By the age of 4 – 5, most children can control the process of urination during the day and at night. For children under 3 the uncontrolled urination is considered a normal physiological phenomenon.
Urinary incontinence is a common disease in children (about 10%), occurring at the age of 3-7. This disease, in most cases, is not dangerous, but it brings a lot of unpleasant, uncomfortable moments to the parents and a child. Enuresis can have a negative impact on the development of the child’s character, behavior, psycho-emotional state and form psychological complexes.