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Selecting A Bedwetting Alarm

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Selecting A Bedwetting Alarm

Is your child wetting the bed after the age of 5 and he is stressful and frustrated? Are you looking for a nocturnal enuresis solution? 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. The bed wetting alarm helps children by using a behavioral treatment. When the child starts to wet the bed the sensor detects the urine (Pee) and the alarm sound wakes up the child and then the child empties his or her bladder into the toilet. Gradually over few months the bedwetter learns to respond to a full bladder by beating the alarm before it goes off. Enuresis alarms are very effective in the treatment of bed wetting. They are easy to use and there is no need of prescription required.


Selecting a Different Type of Bed Wetting Alarm

The safe, best and effective solution to treat nighttime bedwetting or nocturnal enuresis in children over age 5+ is the bed wetting alarm or enuresis alarms. You have to be careful when selecting this type of product for your child. The two most important type of bed wetting alarms are wearable bedwetting alarm and bedside bedwetting alarm.


Wearable Bedwetting Alarm

These alarms are very easy to use and your child can be trained to use the alarm himself/herself. They are the most popular type of bedwetting alarms. They are small and portable. The alarm that is attached to the child’s pajama top and there is a sensor on the alarm which instantly detects even a drop of moisture, and an alarm is set off which wakes the child up. It is placed near the ear so the sound helps the child to wake up. You have to train your child to visit the bathroom as soon as the alarm sounds and finish urinating in the bathroom. Wearable alarms also offer vibrating options for discreet mode. They are ideal for home, camp and sleepovers.


Shield Prime bedwetting alarm is a compact and discreet alarm with powerful built in technology. The single tone alarm comes in two metallic colors – Royal Blue and Red. Each is engineered to stop bedwetting in children ages 5 and up and teenagers who wet the bed at night.


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Shield Max bedwetting alarm is a highly recommended bedwetting solution. It comes in two metallic colors – Teal and Silver and is powered by 8 loud alert tones, a bright light and strong vibrations. Shield alarms offer ideal treatment for bedwetting children ages 5 plus and teens.


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Bed Side Alarm

They are for teens, adults and children. Most of the parents feel that their child is either too sound a sleeper to wake up with the alarm, or that their child refuses to wear the alarm/pulls off the alarm once in bed. The bedside alarms are the most suitable type of bedwetting alarm for them. The sensor is in the pad where the user is sleeping on. The alarm is connected to the pad with wire. When the sensor mat detects the moisture the bed side alarm sounds. They offer more comfort then wearable alarms but they are not portable.


Features to Look Before Selecting a Bedwetting Alarm

Bedwetting alarms or enuresis alarms helps your child achieve dryness permanently but can take few weeks before you can get complete success. There are several things into consideration while choosing a bedwetting alarm.

  • Good quality and Reliability of bed wetting alarm that should consistently detect the urine drop not to other moisture like sweat.
  • Bed wetting alarm should be easy to setup even by a child by himself and easy to clean it daily.
  • Buy good quality alarm In case it is dropped by a child the enuresis alarm should resist such accident.
  • The alarm should be loud enough to wake the child not scare him. Check if the alarm has the option of varying the noise level.
  • Child should feel comfortable while using the alarm.
  • Look for an alarm with more tones to choose from, if your child is deep sleeper.
  • The clip should be firmly attached to the underwear.
  • If you looking for a product for a deep sleeper ensure that you get one that includes both an audible tone and a vibrating sensor.
  • Alarms come with some kind of reward system, it is important that you use these systems to help ensure success with the program.


Incontinence Supplies

Bedwetting alarms, are designed to help your child overcome enuresis, while others incontinence supplies are designed to contain urine without wetting clothing or allowing any odor so your child can participate in social activities such as day trips or sleep overs without the embarrassment of urine leakage.

  • Among the most popular needed incontinence supplies water proof bed sheet protector or incontinent bed pads are of great use. They are placed on top of or under the bed sheet to ensure protection of the mattress and sheet from moisture, odor and stains.
  • Disposable under pants and reusable absorbent briefs are able to absorb large volumes of urine followed by easy disposal in trash.
  • Stain removers help cleaning up urine stains and odor from mattress by breaking up uric acid crystals.
  • Night lights can be convenient for an adult and child who have to use the bathroom at regular intervals at night.
  • Bedwetting books can provide lot more information and bedwetting stories that Bedwetting books can provide lot more information and bedwetting stories that you can share with your child to make them feel that they are not alone.