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Bedwetting Alarm Buyers Guide

You wear many hats to strike the right balance between work and home. Well, we can’t help you with everything, but we made dealing with bedwetting easier. Here are some ideas and tips to better manage bedwetting.

Stop Bed Wetting

Bed wetting or nocturnal enuresis is the unintentional, passage of urine during sleep at night after the age when a child should have the ability to control his/her bladder when it is full.  Five to seven million children in the US wet the bed at least occasionally and are  looking for ways to stop bed wetting. The older children get, the less likely they are to wet the bed, as children outgrow the problem at a rate of roughly 15% per year.


Selecting a Bedwetting Alarm

There is no set age when a child needs to stop wetting the bed but if child is embarrassed and you are tired of cleaning the bed and spending fortune on pull-ups Then one of the most effective ways to overcome your child’s bedwetting problem is to select a bedwetting alarm also known as enuresis alarm that suits your needs. These bedwetting alarms tend to be more effective with kids over age 5.


How to Stop Wetting The Bed

When bed-wetting becomes a problem in your home, It can be very frustrating and embarrassing, but it’s actually very common problem with approximately 5 to 7 million children in U.S alone that wet the bed every night. Often times when a child is wetting his or her bed, the reason is due either to an undiagnosed medical condition or due to psychological effects.


Incontinence Products

Incontinence is a common problem faced by children, teens and adults. The condition can be embarrassing and inconvenient for any age bed wetter. It can interfere with the daily activities of a person. Today there are over 30 million people living with incontinence, they need incontinence products for protection that will enable people to discretely take care of their needs.



Enuresis is the medical term for bedwetting during sleepand means “to void urine.” Enuresis doesn’t only happen at night, but can also occur during the day. Enuresis can be psychologically distressful and a source of embarrassment for a child, but not physically harmful. It can damage a child’s self-esteem and can place a limit on participation in highly desirable social life experiences.


Washable Bed Pads

At the Shield store, you can learn and buy a variety of washable bed pads including quilted, reversible, bamboo, urine odor control, urine stain resistant and checkered washable bed pads. These washable bed pads protect the mattress from urine stains and spills and help keep the mattress and bed clean and fresh. The washable bed pads come in a variety of sizes.


Bedwetting Solutions

Commonly used bedwetting solutions include bedwetting alarms, diapers, waterproof bedding and prescription medications. There is no right or wrong when you have to deal with bedwetting solutions, but remember that bedwetting alarms are clinically proven bedwetting solutions that can stop bedwetting in boys, girls and teens with high success rate.


Nocturnal Enuresis

To overcome nocturnal enuresis the enuresis alarm is the product that yields the best results. This device teaches the child’s brain to pay attention to his bladder while sleeping. Enuresis alarms have two basic parts a wetness sensor that detects urine and an alarm unit that produces a loud sound when a child wets the bed. Wen used properly, they have high success rate.