Bed-wetting which is also referred to as nighttime incontinence or nocturnal enuresis can be well understood as involuntary urination while a person is asleep, that continues after the age at which it is quite reasonable on the part of the child to stay dry at night. Soggy or wet bed sheets and pajamas aling with a child who faces the embarrassment are a familiar scene in many of the homes. However it something quite normal. Bed-wetting is actually not a sign of toilet training gone wrong or bad. It can rather be viewed as a normal part of a child's developmental process. On a general note, bed-wetting before age 7 is quite normal and not even a concern. At this age, the child is still trying to developing nighttime bladder control. When bed-wetting continues, the problem requires to be dealt patience and understanding. Lifestyle changes, Cognitive behavioural therapy or other therapies, moisture alarms and sometimes medication may help reduce bed-wetting.