QUICK ROUTINE CHANGES CAN MEAN FEWER BEDSHEET CHANGES
Bedtime is hardly the most exciting of events. You probably have a routine to get ready for it.
But, did you know that there are few things you can do leading up to bedtime, to reduce your chances of having an accident during the night?
Some people don’t like having a bath, but once you’re in there it’s a great way to relax and prepare for sleep. Have it warm, but not too hot, and take in some toys or a book. There’s nothing like fresh PJs after a bath.
Get rid of as much wee as possible before you fall asleep. That way, you’re less likely to need a wee during the night. This will train your bladder as well.
The darker and more silent your room is, the better you’ll sleep. So unplug any gadgets and toys you have in your room and leave them outside the door.
Open up a good book. You can even start it while you’re sitting on the toilet, if you like. A great story is an excellent way to forget about the activity of the day and get your mind ready to dream big.
For drier nights and bigger dreams, keep some DryNites® Pyjama Pants or Bed Mats handy.