Involuntary bedwetting in the middle of the night is common during childhood. The disorder is resolved in most children by the age of seven. Bedwetting after this period is mostly indicative of a developmental delay.
Though bedwetting is not a result of emotional or physical disorders most of the time, prolonged bedwetting can result in low self esteem in the individual affected, and behavioral therapy may be used to help in improving self esteem and other behavioral setbacks.
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Mentat is effective in the treatment of bedwetting. Clinical studies conducted on the drug showed encouraging results in children after four to six weeks of treatment.