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Common sleep problems in children

Common sleep problems in children

Good sleep is vital for children’s growth, development, immunity, learning and well being which is why sleep problems in children can be concerning for parents. How much sleep do children need? Children need more sleep than adults, but the amount they need decreases with age. Toddlers and pre-schoolers require anywhere between 12 and 13 hours…

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Your Guide to Sleeping Soundly While Pregnant

Your Guide to Sleeping Soundly While Pregnant | BedGuard

Due to the changes taking place in your body, achieving a good night’s sleep while pregnant can often be difficult. From heartburn and nausea to a moving baby and even bedwetting, pregnancy can disrupt your sleep in many ways. As such, this joyous time can often become challenging and frustrating. Thankfully, there are ways to…

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How to Clean a Wet Bed with BedGuard

How to clean a wet bed - BedGuard

Bedwetting is a common problem for many children. In fact, according to the Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne, almost a third of four-year-olds wet the bed. Thankfully though, the problem will often resolve itself over time or can be fixed through simple treatments. However, that doesn’t mean you won’t have to clean a few wet beds…

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The Most Common Bed Wetting Causes

The Most Common Bedwetting Causes | BedGuard Waterproof Mattress

Bedwetting is a common issue for many people that can affect both children and adults. Although it can be embarrassing, there are ways to help treat and control the condition. However, it’s important to understand the causes of bedwetting in order to effectively manage it. So, to help you identify the reason why you, your…

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Incontinence in Children

Incontinence in Children and bed wetting

We hear a lot about incontinence in adults, especially older people, but not as often in children. Incontinence in children is actually not so uncommon. It is expected in really young children who have not yet been toilet trained or who have not yet finished training. But it does occur in older children. It is…

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How to cope with nocturia

How to cope with nocturia

Nocturia sounds like the title of a horror movie, but it isn’t. Although, experiencing nocturia can be rather horrible. Nocturia simply means the need for frequent urination at night and can lead to bed wetting or incontinence. This is a common problem for both men and women and especially for those over 50. There are…

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BedGuard rated “Excellent” by CSIRO

excellent mattress csiro bedguard

At BedGuard, we pride ourselves on designing, manufacturing and delivering quality products to our customers. This has been recognised by CSIRO with an “excellent” rating. Our Founder and CEO, Peter Carey, invented the BedGuard Treatment when used with the proprietary Healthguard after recognising a clear need to improve mattress health. Mattresses are often exposed to…

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How to handle bed wetting as a family

The first step in handling bed wetting as a family is to realise that your child undoubtedly finds bed wetting to be a stressful event. Bed wetting is common among children up to the age of three and should not be an area for concern until around the age of six. Here are some tips…

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Waterproof mattress protector vs waterproof mattress

waterproof mattress protector versus waterproof mattress

The waterproof mattress protector has been the traditional way of keeping mattresses dry. However, the advent of the waterproof mattress where protector and mattress are one has changed the way people think about having a refreshing night’s sleep. Here are the differences between the two. Waterproof mattress protectors are placed around a conventional mattress and…

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