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Bedwetting Alarms Buyers Guide?

Choosing the perfect bedwetting alarm can be challenging.

Here are some questions you may consider when purchasing a bedwetting alarm.

Get bedwetting help, tips and advice from our team of bedwetting specialists.

What is the difference between wearable and bedside bedwetting alarms?
The difference between wearable and bedside bedwetting alarms is comfort and age level. Wearable bed alarms are suitable for bedwetting children ages 4 and above. These wearable bedwetting alarms have sensors that need to be attached to the outside of the underwear. Bedside bedwetting alarms are suitable for bedwetting in older children ages 12 and above, bedwetting teenagers and for bedwetting adults. These bedwetting alarms come with a mat which is placed under the bedwetter to enhances comfort during sleep.


What are the most important elements I should look for in a bedwetting alarm?For most optimal results, a bedwetting alarm should have both vibration and multiple tones with loud tones, ideal for regular and deep sleeper children. Some other important features that you should look for are lights and type of urine detection sensor. Overall, ensure that the bedwetting alarm offers best treatment and comfort. Use this buyers guide to get bedwetting help to choose the best bedwetting alarm.

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Are bedwetting alarms safe and easy to use?
Yes! Definitely!
Bedwetting alarms normally come with very few buttons. Also known as enuresis alarms, they are a safe treatment options with low relapse rate. All of our bedwetting alarms are FDA registered. Some bedwetting alarms like the Chummie Bedwetting Alarms offer extra safety with an advanced microprocessor. Select a bedwetting alarm by visiting our proprietary alarm selector tool.

What are the different types of sensors? An effective sensor is vital to a bedwetting alarm unit. There are different types of sensors that come with a bedwetting alarm. Three main types of sensors are clip sensors, which are attached to the front of the underwear. Mat Sensor which is used in conjunction with a bed-side bedwetting alarm, in this scenario the bedwetter sleeps on top of the bed mat (sensor). Another type of sensors is as silicone based sensors that can be conveniently taped on your child’s underwear. When choosing a bedwetting sensor, keep in mind your child’s gender and comfort as certain types of sensors could be uncomfortable. This buyers guide assists you in selecting the best sensor for the bedwetter. We recommend watching bedwetting videos of some of our alarms that will help you understand the application of these sensors:
Clip Sensor
Wearable Bedwetting Alarm Sensor
Bedside Bedwetting Alarm Sensor

Are bedwetting alarms discreet and portable?
Absolutely! Bedwetting alarms (moisture alarms) are lightweight and small enough to take on overnight trips. Some wearable bedwetting alarms and bedside bedwetting alarms have vibrate (only) mode for special occasions such as sleepovers and camps for extra privacy.

How does a bedwetting alarm wake up a deep sleeper?Bedwetting alarms use different features such as lights, sounds and vibrations to alert your child when bedwetting begins. For deep sleepers the most important feature is multiple tones. This helps deep sleepers respond better to multiple tone alarms because they prevent auditory accommodation (getting used to one tone).

This buyers guide offers bedwetting help, bedwetting videos and bedwetting tips. At One Stop Bedwetting our goal is to provide the best bedwetting alarms for adult bedwetting, bedwetting in teenagers and bedwetting for boys and girls.
For further help check out Choosing a Bedwetting Alarm, How Bedwetting Alarms Work, and our Bedwetting Alarms Resource Center.

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