WHAT IS ENURESIS?
Nocturnal enuresis, or as it is also referred to, bedwetting, results in involuntary incontinence in children while asleep at night, during the period of time children are learning bladder control. This results in wetting the bed.
- Bedwetting the bed at night is one of the most common type of enuresis in children.
- It is an involuntary urination at night while asleep.
- Treatment can range from using a bedwetting alarm, medication, therapy and diapers.
- Bedwetting is one of the most common childhood complaint.
- 20% of children in Australia are affected and will follow an enuresis treatment.
SOLUTION FOR BEDWETTING
HOW CAN I HELP MY KID STOP WETTING THE BED?
Treatments for Nocturnal Enuresis can range from bedwetting alarms, to medication and other various therapies. Bedwetting alarms help train the brain and are a long-term solution.
WHAT IS IT AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
A bedwetting alarm for kids includes a wearable sensor that supports potty training and teaches your child to wake up when they start to wet the bed, before fully emptying their bladder. They help your child to recognize when their bladder is full so that they can learn to hold on, or wake up and go to the toilet. It is a natural solution for to solve bedwetting and become potty trained at night.
ADVANTAGES OF BEDWETTING ALARM TRAINING
IT'S A SOLUTION
Bedwetting alarms help solve nocturnal enuresis (or bedwetting as it is more commonly referred to) These alarms help kids wake up and swiftly make it to the toilet. This way they can stop wearing diapers, pull ups or other solutions that simply ‘manage’ the problem. The way it works is, a small moisture sensor is attached to the pyjama or undergarment. When this detects moisture, it sets an alarm of that wakes the child up to go to the toilet. They finish the business and back to bed. Voila! It can be that simple.
TRAIN THE BRAIN
A bedwetting app helps train the brain. After waking up several times, a pattern begins to form in the brain. This bedwetting pattern teaches children to recognize the bladder signals and make it to the toilet on time, training the brain to ‘beat the buzzer’. A natural and long-term bedwetting solution using no medication.
COMFORTABLE TO WEAR
They are comfortable to wear. You can find a small and simple bedwetting alarm to attach to clothing. Much more comfortable and discreet than large and thick incontinence materials.
They are environmentally friendly. Did you know that disposable diapers take over 500 years to decompose? They are an environmental disaster and estimated to be the 3rd largest consumer item in landfills. Those are a lot of diapers! By using a bedwetting alarm and training the bladder, you are sending less disposable incontinence solutions to the landfill. Sustainability starts at home.
FUN TO USE
In the past, bedwetting alarms used to be big and bulky. But now there are some well designed, tech savy options that can actually be fun to use and encouraging to to kids.
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