Toddler urination: the harm you don’t know!

Toddler urination: the harm you don’t know!

Does your child often urinate?

From now on, let him get rid of this bad habit!

The consequences of long-term urination in young children are unpredictable.

  Because urination is a conditioned reflex controlled by the central nervous system, infantile urination can cause pediatric restlessness, mental stress, easy dispersal, and disordered thinking activities, which affects children’s learning and activities.

When infants hold their urine, temporary disturbances in hypertension and sympathetic nerves occur, and blood pressure rises significantly.

  Modern medical research indicates that people can inhibit the discharge of urine, which is the result of the coordinated action of the inner bladder sphincter and detrusor muscle under the innervation of the brain. Under the influence of young children’s urination idea, artificial urine retention is formed.

After urinating, the urine stays in the bladder for too long, and the toxic substances in the urine are reabsorbed by the renal tubules, which will increase the burden on the kidneys.

  If you frequently urinate, the frequency of urination will be reduced, and the clearance effect will be weakened, which is conducive to the growth and reproduction of bacteria. Especially girls, it is more likely to cause sphincter system infection. If the time is too long, the peripheral nerves will become paralyzed due to excessive tension and cause people to loseUrination.

Over time, bladder neck obstruction may occur, and dysuria, leakage, and incontinence may occur.

In addition, children often urinate, and the bladder sphincter and detrusor muscles are often in a tense state. For example, if the urination time is too long, the bladder is overfilled, and external force will cause the bladder to rupture and cause hemorrhagic shock.

  Therefore, parents and nurses in the nursery should not care about the infants holding urine, they should educate the children to develop a good habit of urinating.

Before the activity, the child should urinate first. After the activity, the child should urinate in time.

When young children raise their hands to urinate, consent should be given.

Parents should also recognize and teach their children to develop good drinking and urination habits at home.