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About Wendy Hayden
After seeing her son struggle with multiple health and neurological issues from Miralax prescribed by his doctor, she decided that there had to be a better way than toxic medicines.
Under the care of an amazing Integrative Medicine doctor, she worked to find the root cause of her son's health issues. Seeing the huge improvements in her son's health with the changes she made, she decided to share what she had learned with other families who were struggling with constipation and gut issues. Wendy has had the privilege to help thousands of families like hers to end their struggles with chronic constipation and undo the damage that constipation caused.
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Is your child struggling with pooping?
Sometimes all it takes is one painful poop for a child to have a fear of having a bowel movement. Or chronic constipation can cause painful pooping which triggers fear of having a bowel movement. Their fear often leads to withholding, anxiety about using the toilet and potty training regression. Sometimes these issues persist even after the child is no longer suffering from chronic constipation or painful bowel movements. It is difficult to overcome a young child’s fear and anxiety with reasoning. This can be extremely frustrating for us as parents, and for our children who are struggling.
Dash’s Belly Ache is a simple, gentle story about Dash, a dog who doesn’t want to poop. His experience in the story will help reassure your child, lessen their anxiety, and help them overcome their fear of pooping. Dash’s story is relatable for toddlers and young children who are having a hard time with potty training, constipation or withholding.
- Bright and fun illustrations
- Lovable dog characters
- Perfect for toddlers and young children
- Easy storyline for your child to follow
When a child withholds instead of using the bathroom when they need to go, it can lead to embarrassing potty accidents, UTIs, constipation, and a loss of sensation of having to go.
This book helps your little one recognize the signs they have to go, bringing them an awareness of when they have to go potty. Colorful illustrations of cute, diverse children will help your child realize that everyone has to go, including them!
- Perfect for potty training to help your child recognize when they have to go.
- Helpful for children who withhold, are struggling with constipation or potty accidents.
- A fun way to help your child realize the signs they have to go potty.
Mama Duck is so surprised when one of her eggs hatches and out comes a duckling with long legs! She knows her duckling is beautiful, even if the other ducks think Mingo is an odd duck. Mingo grows into a beautiful flamingo and finds where she belongs.
- Colorful illustrations
- Cute ducklings and beautiful flamingos.
- Inspired by The Ugly Duckling
Your little flamingo fan will love the story of Mingo as she grows from an odd "duckling" into a beautiful flamingo.
Constipation is an epidemic. Over 15% of the population is struggling with constipation, leading to over 6 million doctor’s visits and 700,000 emergency room visits a year. Often when you go to the doctor for constipation, you are given a laxative and sent home. Laxatives are just a bandaid on the symptom of constipation and don’t address the root cause of constipation.
Diet is a very common culprit of chronic constipation.
It's hard to change your diet and even harder to change your child’s diet. But this cookbook contains recipes that are kid and picky-eater friendly food options that can bring immediate relief from constipation and can help heal your gut, all while tasting great.
Did you know that a group of Pandas is called an Embarrassment?
Aren't you glad that you know it now?
From the silly to the absurd (A Stench of Skunks? Really?) but always educational.
A Dazzle of Flamboyance is a fun way to learn the collective nouns used to name
groups of animals.
- Fun for fans of animals.
- Bright, colorful illustrations with cute animals.
- Super silly but also educational.
5% of all visits to pediatricians are for childhood constipation…but most doctors just prescribe a laxative, tell you to increase fiber in your child’s diet and send you home. They don’t help you to figure out what is causing your child’s chronic constipation but just put a bandaid on the problem with a laxative.
My son struggled with chronic constipation from birth. I took my son to multiple doctors. They all just prescribed laxatives and sent us home. My son had terrible side effects from the laxatives and his constipation didn’t improve. I knew that there had to be a better way. I worked with an integrative medicine doctor to get to the root cause of my son’s and ended his years-long constipation struggle. Since then, I have been lucky enough to help thousands of families get their child off of laxatives through my website NaturalConstipationSolutions.com and my books.
This book will help you to find the reason why your child became constipated in the first place and get a game plan to help end your child’s chronic constipation.
- Discover what supplement you can buy at any drug store or online that will help your child to have daily bowel movements.
- Learn why laxatives can make your child’s constipation, and behavior, worse.
- Get techniques to help your child overcome withholding and encopresis.
- Determine what is causing your child’s constipation so you can end their struggle permanently.
This step by step guide will help you to know what questions to ask your child's doctor, what supplements to give your child to help them finally be able to have a painless bowel movement and what tests to ask your child's doctor to run. Solutions for constipation in babies, toddlers, kids and teens, how to potty train a constipated child, and information to help you figure out what is causing your child's constipation so you can end it quickly and permanently.
Bonus! Get the eBook for free when you purchase the paperback of this book through the matchbook program, start reading your book immediately!
Dash is nervous about going potty away from home!
Dash is afraid of automatic flush toilets and loud paw dryers. He holds his potty at school and has to rush to go when he gets home. This all has Mama worried.
Mama helps Dash overcome his worries so he can go potty whenever and wherever he needs to go.
Dash feels so much better and decides that going potty is AWESOME!
- Perfect for children with sensory issues who fear automatic toilets and loud hand dryers.
- Helpful for children who withhold at school or away from home.
- Help your child recognize these behaviors and develop tools to overcome them.
Oh no! Dash is having potty accidents!
When Dash starts having potty accidents, he and his mom work together to help him put a plan in place to overcome them.
Dash is a great example for toddlers and young children who are struggling with enuresis, encopresis, or nocturnal enuresis.
Dash models behavior and actionable steps that will help your little one overcome their potty accidents.
"All in the Potty" is a silly Sing-Along, Read-Along book that helps children remember the steps they need to take when they go to the potty.
From wiping to flushing to washing your hands, your child will giggle at the silly lyrics.
Singing along while they do the steps will help them to remember everything they need to do for a successful trip to the potty.
Perfect for newly independent potty trained children or to reinforce the steps needed so they are ready to move on to the big step of going on their own.
Read or sing along to the rhythm of the tune "Wheels on the Bus."
- Singing the steps to a familiar rhythm helps your child to remember the steps needed to accomplish a trip to the bathroom.
- Fans of The Wheels on the Bus will love the new lyrics to a favorite song.
- Silly and funny! This book will have your little one giggling at every trip to the restroom.
If your child is a picky eater and you are trying to get them to eat a wider variety of healthy food, Dash is a New Fooder! can help! Dash will help your No New Fooder become a Proud New Fooder
Dash's favorite foods are chicken nuggets, macaroni and cheese, and pizza. He doesn't want to try new foods.
When Dash visits Grandma, she encourages him to try colorful new foods that taste great and are good for him. She helps Dash go from being a No New Fooder to a proud New Fooder!
Dash is great example for toddlers, young children or children with sensory issues who are resistant to trying new foods.