I've heard that before, I was never able to find any truth to it though. When I was a bedwetter I tried not drinking milk before bed, but it didn't help. Didn't seem to matter what I drank before I'd go to bed, milk, water, or even nothing at all, I still wet the bed.
Now that I no longer wet the bed I often drink milk before bed and it doesn't seem to make any difference at all.
I know of no scientific evidence one way or the other. However, I was expected to drink milk every morning and evening before I went to bed, for the calcium, until I was about 8, and I have never ever wet the bed. Only an anecdote, but if we get enough it is possible we could spot if there was a trend.
I drank a lot of milk before but its never caused me to wet the bed. I also do drink more of it that the average person, and it has nothing to do with being a AB or anything like that. It's just a lot better then most sodas.
I never heard of that, but it's probably not true. If your a bedwetter, it really doesn't matter what you drink, if your going to wet the bed, you'll just do it, even if you don't drink anything before bed.
DLGrif - they want to sell product. There are some scientists who with enough money will look at the evidence and make it fit something. I am not saying that milk doesn't have an effect, but I would expect the goodnites website perhaps to over emphasis such things to get more sales. Not it is goodnites' allergist and pediatrician, NOT an independent person.