We have put together a list of places / people that we know that are super helpful when it comes to bedwetting and nighttime potty training.

We wanted to put this list together to make it easier for you to access the help you need.

It's not always easy to get the right help or know the best route to go down so we are here to help!

Hygge Sheets Instagram Page
Our Instagram page offers honest and open conversation about night time potty training and bedwetting. Please DM us if you need help and we are always here to help. You can follow us here


GPs in the UK

In the UK, the NICE (National Institute for Health & Care Excellence) guidelines suggest that from the age of 5 years old, is it possible to get support for bedwetting. Often GPs will initially refer you to information at Eric Charity in the UK -  see below.

Whilst it's possible to get help from the age of 5, this is not absolutely necessary and might be with trying to follow some of Erics advice first. Your child may also naturally become dry at night if practicing good healthy bladder strategies anyway but if this becomes a problem you may want to visit you GP or have a conversation with your School nurse who can offer support. 

Eric Charity

ERIC are the national charity dedicated to improving children’s bowel and bladder health. Their mission is to reduce the impact of continence problems on children and their families. Below are some useful tips that are often referred to by GPs

Advice for children with constipation - ERIC

Advice for children with daytime bladder problems - ERIC

Advice for children with night time wetting - ERIC

Eric also offer a dedicated helpline which is supported by highly trained advisors that can provide specialist information and advice on any childhood continence issue. If you have read the above information and / or are in doubt please use the Eric helpline where you can contact by phone or email ERIC Helpline - ERIC

Visit - ClearSteps Consultancy

Clear Steps Consultancy have over twenty-five years qualified experience, they understand what it means to take the first steps in seeking and needing help, advice and further information. They support individual children or young people from around the world, with and without a diagnosis, to enable families, carers, nurseries, schools, charities, organisations and professionals to access proven, focused, research, with experience and quality, help, care, training and support.

Visit - Little Life Steps

Sue Welby, often known as “Super Sue” or “the wee and poo lady.” She supports parents to understand and help their children to conquer toileting, sleep, and behaviour challenges. These three stressful aspects, which are often linked, may have you feeling helpless. But you are not a failure.