The Bedwetting Doctor's Tips & Advice Blog
When to stop wearing nappies at night
Even if your child has good bladder control in the daytime, it can be unclear when to tackle their night time wetting. Wearing nappies or pull ups for as long as possible can seem the best option, but when should your child stop wearing nappies to bed at night?
At what age should my child be dry at night?
By the age of 4, most children have learnt how to control their bladder during the day, but night time dryness usually takes a little longer to achieve...
Common mistakes in the process of curing bedwetting
Bedwetting can not only be upsetting for a child, but it is also often frustrating for a parent. However, it is important to treat bedwetting properly - these are some of the most common mistakes that we see parents make in their attempt to cure bedwetting.
Do children wake up to standard alarm sounds?
Recent research has shown that 80% of children sleep right through typical loud smoke alarms. What does this mean for bedwetting alarms?
How successful are bedwetting alarms?Bedwetting alarms are recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) as the first-line treatment for bedwetting in children aged 5-19. But why are alarms considered to be the best bedwetting treatment for children? READ MORE
We're starting a new Bedwetting Q&A series on this blog. If you have a question about bedwetting that you'd like answered, let us know!
How to ensure long-term success with a bedwetting alarm
Bedwetting alarms have consistently been shown to be the best treatment for achieving a long term cure for bedwetting, with the majority of children who use alarm becoming permanently dry. We recommend taking a further step in the bedwetting alarm treatment to ensure long-term dryness...
Using a bedwetting alarm for more than 1 child
All Malem alarms stocked by The Bedwetting Doctor have been especially designed to allow hygienic use between multiple children....
Why we recommend not wearing pull-ups when using a bedwetting alarm
You may have noticed us mention that we don’t recommend wearing pull-ups during the bedwetting alarm treatment. Why?…
Why is my child wetting the bed?
We all start off wetting the bed. The process of becoming dry is a learned one but, for some children, this subconscious skill takes longer to learn than others...
The Bedwetting Alphabet
This August, we're writing our own Bedwetting Alphabet!
Explaining the Malem Easy-Clip Sensor
The Malem Easy-Clip sensor is one of the most popular bedwetting sensors for a number of reasons…
Why is it important to cure bedwetting?
Bedwetting is completely normal for children under the age of 5. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommends that treatment should occur for bedwetting in children aged 5 and over that still wet the bed regularly. There are many reasons why it is important to cure bedwetting…