Treating the Urinary System
There are several methods of use the may be employed to effectively treat. Infections of your urinary system, including baths, sits baths and douches.
The medical term for bedwetting is nocturnal enuresis and it is not generally considered to be a problem unless it continues after the age of five, by the age of three most children have outgrown bedwetting. One of the challenges of the toddler years is to achieve conscious control over urination and most children don’t become toilet trained until ages two to four. Generally, boys take longer than girls to develop full control over their bladders. The most common cause of bedwetting is due to this immaturity of the nervous and urinary systems to control urination, also, the urethra’s muscles may not be fully developed.
Aromatherapy uses cypress oil blended in one per cent dilution in olive oil and rubbed on the stomach before bedtime. Sitting in a cool sitz bath for about five minutes daily can also help tone up urethral muscles.
Use cypress oils for a dry night’s sleep.