A bed wetting alarm is one of the best options to treat children and teens who wet their bed at night. Most children stop wetting the bed by the time they are above 5 years but if your child is 6 or 7 and still can’t stay dry through night then you should consider of bed wetting treatment. Bed wetting alarm are an effective and safe treatment option.
A Bed wetting alarm sensor is attached to a child’s underwear or pajamas in the area where the first drop of urine occurs. Upon detecting urine, the alarm goes off and alerts the child with loud tones and vibrations. Your bedwetter child learns to get out of bed and urinate by themselves. Overtime, they learn to respond to the feeling of a full bladder by waking and going to the bathroom before the alarm goes off and slowly learns to get up before he/she wets the bed. It is important to know exactly how the bed wetting alarm works. Use it every night until your child has had at least 14 consecutive dry nights. Results for each child will vary, however on average, 3-5 months is needed for a successful bedwetting treatment.
Your child should feel comfortable while using a bed wetting alarm. It should be easy and quick to set up by the child themselves.
Shield Bed wetting alarm has the feature you need for a successful bed wetting treatment.
We follow a three step approach to help overcome bedwetting sooner.
Our alarms DETECT, ALERT and TRAIN for faster and effective results.
Attach the sensor to the outside of your child’s underwear. Place the alarm unit on the pajama top attach on your child’s upper arm with a comfy armband for added comfort.
Our patented technology helps detect the first drop of urine. Upon detection the alarm triggers with loud sounds, bright lights and strong vibration to ensure your child wakes up sooner.
In a few weeks, your child becomes conditioned to recognize the need to empty the bladder at night and learns to stay dry permanently.