The Bedwetting Doctor's Tips & Advice Blog
What should I say to someone who is bedwetting?
It’s important to remember how powerful your words can be. What may seem like just a small comment can have a big impact on someone who is affected by bedwetting. Here are some suggestions for how you can provide encouragement and support to someone who is struggling with bedwetting.
5 tips for managing wet nights
Bedwetting can be stressful for the whole family. Not only is there concern over the wetting itself, but increased laundry loads and tiredness can become a burden. Here are some tips to make wet nights that bit easier…
How to support your child on their way to dry nights
Every parent wants the best for their child, so it can be difficult to watch your child suffer with bedwetting...
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?
Minimising the impact of bedwetting
Here’s some of our key advice for how to take control of the situation and minimise the impact that bedwetting has on you and your family...
3 Ways To Succeed With A Bedwetting Alarm
Alarms are the most successful long-term cure for bedwetting. To ensure success with the bedwetting alarm, these are some of our top tips...
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.
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...
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?…
Keeping a good progress chart
Keeping a progress chart is a key part of the process of becoming dry at night with a bedwetting alarm. Here’s The Bedwetting Doctor’s tips for keeping a good progress chart so that you can maximise its benefits.
What should my child drink?
If your child is using a bedwetting alarm, they should continue to drink lots of fluids to keep their bladder strong and encourage them to go to the toilet regularly in the daytime. But what should they actually be drinking?
Toilet Training At School
Don’t lose the good work that you’ve developed with your child’s toilet habits over the summer! The Bedwetting Doctor now sells the popular range of Malem Vibro-Watches. These can be used to encourage and remind your child to go to the toilet regularly during the school day...
How to stay motivated on the way to becoming dry at night
Here are some of our top tips for staying motivated during the bedwetting alarm treatment, because persisting will give your child the best chance of becoming permanently dry at night…
The Bedwetting Alphabet
This August, we're writing our own Bedwetting Alphabet!
Starting to use a bedwetting alarm: top 5 tips
Here's our guide to getting started with the bedwetting alarm treatment...
Making Progress With A Progress Chart
Progress charts are an important part of the bedwetting alarm treatment, helping your child to reach dry nights as quickly as possible. But how should they be used and why are they important?
Bedwetting Myths Busted
In this blog post we look at some bedwetting myths that may be slowing down your child's progress to becoming dry at night.....
6 Simple Steps To Take When The Bedwetting Alarm Sounds
We realise that you might be a bit bleary eyed when your child’s bedwetting alarm goes off in the middle of the night. Here we highlight 6 simple steps to take when the alarm sounds. This should help to make it as easy as possible for you and your child to get the most out of the bedwetting alarm treatment and achieve dry nights as quickly as possible!
The Bedwetting Doctor's "Top Tips" Explained
If you have visited our website before, you may have already come across our “Top Tips” for using a bedwetting alarm. In this blog post we explain why this advice is important and how it will help your child get the most out of their bedwetting alarm treatment, to help your child succeed in becoming permanently dry at night.....READ MORE
How To Look After Your Bedwetting Alarm
We are often asked how a Malem bedwetting alarm should be looked after. Here are our top tips....READ MORE
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New Year’s Resolution: To Cure Bedwetting
Is your New Year’s resolution to tackle your child’s bedwetting problem? Read our Top 10 tips for getting the most out of your bedwetting alarm treatment.READ MORE
5 signs of success in becoming dry at night
The path to becoming dry at night is a gradual one. It is important to note any signs of progress so that your child can stay motivated. Even small signs of improvement mark successes in the journey to becoming dry at night....READ MORE
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