It appears that a similar thread has never before been made by a user on ADISC. By writing this topic I'm not asking for tips on how to wet the bed, I fully understand it's not fun when you do, and neither do I advice someone to do it without fully understanding the possible consequences .
I'd like to discuss some common sense about a few things that I prefer to call induced bed wetting. Induced because a perfectly healthy person can do it by adding a certain thing. You've probably all once heard the joke about one of your friends wetting the bed because their hand was put in a cup of water when they were asleep. I've actually seen House (in the television show House M.D.) do it to Wilson to indicate that I'm not making this up. For those people who are still not convinced, YouTube has a few prank videos which clearly show this phenomena. Has anyone ever tried wetting the bed "on accident" by placing their hand in a cup of water, or in some other way letting their hand be in contact with water throughout the night? I must note that someone once told me the trick doesn't know if the person knows their hand was placed in some water, is there any truth in this saying?
I'm aware there are other ways of increasing the chance to wet the bed, but I've never yet heard of other ways which always seem to have success. Drinking coffee seems to increase the production, but it doesn't lower the awareness you have to pee, neither does drinking a lot of water. Which inevitably makes me come to the conclusion that drinking things does not increase the chance of wetting the bed when you otherwise never do.
Other attributes which are sometimes listed as an increase for wetting the bed is being ill, being exhausted, pressing right onto your stomach muscles, or otherwise exhausting your lower abdomen muscles. Can anyone verify these sayings or tell their experiences with it? Because right now I'm quite doubtful of this.
Any comments to get this discussion going are more than welcome .