There is a new solution for children with sleep apnea and bedwetting. Some professionals say that removing a child’s tonsils or adenoids can stop bedwetting among young sleep apnea sufferers.
In a recent study, researchers closely observed four hundred kids with the condition for a year after surgery. They said that half of the participants had sleep apnea and were bedwetters. However, they stopped wetting their bed after their tonsils were removed.
While this indicates that bedwetting and sleep apnea are linked, this needs further research and studies to solidify the relationship.