Becoming Dry

The key to a successful dry are located in the recognition of signs of a willingness to do so on the part of the child (usually aged 18-24 months):

Children get used to the use of the toilet requires that the child’s fundamental willingness exists and that the various steps of “To-toilet-walking” like talking, taking off and leaving, dressed again, flushing and hand washing are performed. Most children can be brought up with respect to the stool at the age of 2-3 years, regarding the voiding of 3-4 years. With 5 years the average child can go to the toilet alone. For children in the age of ? 4 years urinary incontinence in children, urinary incontinence (enuresis) and fecal incontinence in children for incontinence of stool (fecal incontinence). The key to a successful dry are located in the recognition of signs of a willingness to do so on the part of the child (usually aged 18-24 months): Children can stay dry for several hours. You are interested to sit on the potty and make significant effort to urinate on it or have a bowel movement. They want to be subsequently wound. You can put where they belong and easy to understand instructions and run things there. The approach to becoming dry must match all those involved. The most common approach is the time method. When the children are ready to discuss a parent with them what will happen, where words must be chosen that can easily understand the children and say. The children are made slowly familiar with the potty and set short with full clothes on. Then practice the children to take off their pants, so sit ? 5-10 minutes on the pot and then dressed again. The purpose of this exercise is repeatedly stated and thus emphasizes that clean or full diapers are placed in the pot. Once a connection between the potty and excretion is made, parents should try to anticipate the child’s need and provide a positive reinforcement. Children are also encouraged to take the potty whenever they feel an urge. Rinsing and washing hands should also be taught to children. In children with a completely unregemäßgen daily routine, this approach is difficult. The training must be deferred until the child feels the urge to excrete. Indignation and punishment for accidents or failure are counterproductive. Children who refuse to sit on the potty should try again after a meal. If the resistance continues for days, it is the best strategy, becoming dry for a few weeks reset. Behavior modification through reward if the child is successful, is an option; when everything has recorded, the rewards will be reduced slowly. Power struggles should be avoided, as they often lead to setbacks and can strain the parent-child relationship. When children are sick, have mental or emotional problems or if they feel the need for more attention if for. As a sibling was born, children, even if they were dry, can be a relapse. The refusal to use the potty can also be an attempt to manipulate the child. Parents should avoid this situation, pressure on the child, offer incentives and send candidates to the child at other times than with bowel movements or urination attention.

Health Life Media Team

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