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Random episode of bed wetting, stopped smoking pot, drank beer. Causes for episode?

im 21 and last night i randomly wet the bed, havent done that in a long time. it was my first day not smoking pot in a good while, ive smoked basically daily for around four years. So is a correlation likely or possible with this quitting? i did drink a six pack of beer in the last couple hours I was awake to help me go to sleep, so that I have no doubt is a factor, but alcohol has never caused this before except a couple times in cases of excessive drunkeness. im not really worried but was curious for a proffessional opinion on the matter.
Asked On : Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

I went through your description. You are already aware that bed wetting, if not often, is not at all a problem and you are not worried, just curious why it happened.

I suggest it happened due to ecessive liquid intake whether in the form of beer or water and alongwith heavy tiredness. Sometimes we have semen flow out during our sleep while we are in dream. This is more common. Such nightfall happens due to body's requirement of throwing the waste anyhow, what ever occassion it might be. We are physically active during sleep and body decides that is time.

Same cause in bed wetting. Body is tired, excessive water waste needs to be emitted, cannot afford to wake up, OK, anyhow the wastage needs to be thron out. Then bed wetting happens. Cool.

For your assurance this incident happens with almost everyone and nobody admits it. That is truth.

Hope this answers you query. Avilable for further clarification.
Good luck.
Answered: Fri, 6 Sep 2013
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