Children in the modern age suffer at large due to physical problems; in addition to that they also suffer from psychological problem too. Often this is because their parents are too busy and cannot afford much time to look after them. As a result of that children lack love from their parents which make them unhappy. Although they are too young to express it, they hold the negative impression inside, which affect their personalities. The events leave a lasting impression on the tender mind of children and later become the cause of behavioural or psychosomatic diseases. Among these, Bedwetting is one of the obstinate problems. Due to this problem a lot of concealment and profound repercussions occur in family life, since a child‟s psychosomatic health and mothers pride involved with this problem. It affects small to middle age group of children mainly but adolescents are also found among sufferers, it affects all races and children from all geographical areas. Children are most among the sufferers of bedwetting may because of starting of development of personality and ego since the age of 3 years1 which culminates as negativism against parents when they force them to control the bladder. Kaumarabhritya emerged as an independent medical specialty right from the dawn of civilization. This revolutionary development was the result of increasing awareness among the health professionals that, the problems of children differ considerably from those of adults and from the point of view of medical therapeutics, “a child cannot be considered as miniature adult”. Though paediatrics as a science has evolved much since then, this basic observation still remains valid.