The Bedwetting Doctor's Tips & Advice Blog
The huge range of models of bedwetting alarms available mean that there are many different options for different settings. What are the key features of these different settings and how can they help to achieve dry nights?
Q&A #4 21 Nov 2018
In our latest Bedwetting Q&A, we answer these 2 questions from parents:
Q: I’m getting mixed messages – should I increase or decrease how much my son drinks?
Q: My son turns his alarm off, what can I do?
Auditory Accommodation 12 Sep 2018
You may have seen the term “auditory accommodation” used in the descriptions of some bedwetting alarms. What is it and what can be done about it?
Should I choose a wearable or wireless alarm? 20 Jun 2017
To maximise a bedwetting alarm’s effectiveness, it is important to choose the right alarm to ensure that it suits each individual child. Our alarms fall into two broad categories: wearable alarms and wireless alarms. When choosing which alarm would suit your child best, this is the first decision to make.READ MORE
Do children wake up to standard alarm sounds? 28 Feb 2017
Recent research has shown that 80% of children sleep right through typical loud smoke alarms. What does this mean for bedwetting alarms?
My child is a deep sleeper 29 Sep 2016
Parents are often concerned that their child cannot be cured of their bedwetting because they are a deep sleeper. This is not the case – with the use of the right alarm and by following The Bedwetting Doctor’s top tips, deep sleepers can become dry at night in the same way as any other child...
Explaining the Malem Easy-Clip Sensor 22 Jul 2016
The Malem Easy-Clip sensor is one of the most popular bedwetting sensors for a number of reasons…
There are a wide range of bedwetting alarms available. The most basic models alert by playing just a single alarm sound. More sophisticated designs offer variable alarm tones, different sensory stimuli, like vibration, and even options to record personalised messages. But what’s the advantage to these additional features?
What sensor should my child use? 25 Feb 2016
A bedwetting alarm system consists of 2 components: the alarm and the sensor. The sensor detects the first drop of urine and the alarm alerts your child to wake up when this happens. We’ve previously discussed the key things to consider when choosing a bedwetting alarm but it is also important to make sure that the sensor you choose is the right one for your child.......READ MORE
The variety of bedwetting alarms available can be overwhelming. The questions below can help you decide which alarm is most suitable for your child's needs and ensure that you cure bedwetting in the most effective way possible....READ MORE