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How to Stop Bedwetting

Bedwetting also called primary nocturnal enuresis is a common problem faced by Millions of families each night. Bedwetting can be frustrating and embarrassing for families as they try to determine the cause and treatment of bedwetting. For children, bedwetting can be stressful and can be emotional. Let’s face it, bedwetting is common but not easy to deal with.easy to deal with. Whilst there are many products commercially offered as a good solution to bedwetting, the reality is that often many of them are not permanent solutions.

If you are concerned about your child’s nocturnal enuresis problem and it is starting to affect your day to day life its time to find the right enuresis treatment. Bedwetting Alarms or Enuresis Alarms have a high success rate to stop bedwetting permanently in children.

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Bedwetting Alarm for Children

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Adult Bed Wetting Alarm

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Bedwetting Alarm for Children

If you are wondering how to stop bedwetting in children and it is starting to affect your day to day life its time to find the right bedwetting alarm. Bedwetting Alarms or Enuresis Alarms have a high success rate to stop bedwetting permanently in children.

Alarms for Children

CHUMMIE PREMIUM BEDWETTING ALARM
BEST SELLING
An excellent purchase! It gets 2 thumbs up from me!!
$99.99

SMART BEDWETTING ALARM
CHILD FRIENDLY
It works great. It's easy and user friendly.
$79.99

SHIELD MAX BEDWETTING ALARM
MOST CONVENIENT
Highly recommend to stop nighttime bedwetting accidents.
$69.99

CHUMMIE ELITE BEDWETTING ALARM
SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE
An excellent purchase! It gets 2 thumbs up from me!!
$79.99

SHIELD PRIME BEDWETTING ALARM
BUDGET FRIENDLY
Just works! My kid is out of bedwetting.
$59.99

CHUMMIE PRO BEDSIDE BEDWETTING ALARM
MOST COMFORTABLE
The results are amazing. I'd definitely recommend it.
$99.99–$119.99

Bedwetting Alarm for Teens

If your teen still wets the bed, whether on a regular basis or periodically. Its best to choose a bedwetting alarm which is designed to stop teen bed wetting. We recommend these alarms, if you have questions or need help deciding an enuresis alarm, reach out to our specialists.

Alarms for teens

CHUMMIE PRO BEDSIDE BEDWETTING ALARM
BEST SELLING
The results are amazing. I'd definitely recommend it.
$99.99–$119.99

BOOST BEDSIDE BEDWETTING ALARM
MOST COMFORTABLE
My teen stopped bedwetting in just 8 weeks. I love it.
$89.99–$109.99

CHUMMIE PREMIUM BEDWETTING ALARM
SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE
An excellent purchase! It gets 2 thumbs up from me!!
$99.99

SHIELD MAX BEDWETTING ALARM
BUDGET FRIENDLY
Just works! My kid is out of bedwetting.
$69.99

CHUMMIE ELITE BEDWETTING ALARM
MOST CONVENIENT
An excellent purchase! It gets 2 thumbs up from me!!
$79.99

WET CALL BEDSIDE BEDWETTING ALARM
ALSO RECOMMENDED
Well worth the money spent. It works like a charm.
$89.99

Alarm for Adult Bed Wetting

Adult bed wetting is very common. Some adults resort to using adult briefs, adult pull ups and adult diapers. We recommend a full featured bedside bedwetting alarm offering maximum comfort and convenience to stop adult bed wetting.

Alarms for adults

CHUMMIE PRO BEDSIDE BEDWETTING ALARM
BEST SELLING
The results are amazing. I'd definitely recommend it.
$89.99–$109.99

BOOST BEDSIDE BEDWETTING ALARM
MOST COMFORTABLE
A pleasant experience; this alarm does the job.
$89.99–$109.99

WET CALL BEDSIDE BEDWETTING ALARM
ALSO RECOMMENDED
Well worth the money spent. It works like a charm.
$89.99

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What is Bedwetting

The National Institutes of Health states that nocturnal enuresis or nighttime incontinence (the medical terms for bedwetting) is involuntary urination after age 5 or 6, and that more than 5 million children experience it. According to the Mayo Clinic, 15 percent of children still wet the bed by age 5, but less than 5 percent of kids do so by ages 8 to 11. Bedwetting tends to run in families and is more common among boys than girls; experts estimate the ratio as roughly 2 boys to 1 girl. Although most children eventually outgrow this phase, here are eight steps you can take to help your child keep dry through the night.

There are several reasons why a child might be a bed-wetter. For starters, it could be genetic since “about three out of four children who are wet at night have a first degree relative that had the same problem,” said Bennett, who blogs at howardjbennett.com.

Bed-wetting might also be caused by a lack of communication between the bladder and the brain. When your kid is toilet trained, he or she learns to inhibit the contractions and hold the urine back. Yet even if your child is able to do it during the day, he or she may still wet at night because “whatever learning goes on between the part of your brain that is responsible for having your bladder empty or holding your urine in, is still immature,” Bennett said.

Another culprit might be that the bladder simply doesn’t have enough room. And those children often have problems holding their urine during the day as well, according to Dr. Hubert Swana, a pediatric urologist who practices at Nemours Children’s Hospital in Orlando, Fl. If your child is a bed-wetter, here’s what you can do:

How to Stop Bedwetting

  • Shift times for drinking. Increase fluid intake earlier in the day and reduce it later in the day.
  • Schedule bathroom breaks. Get your child on a regular urination schedule (every two to three hours) and right before bedtime.
  • Be encouraging. Make your child feel good about progress by consistently rewarding successes.
  • Eliminate bladder irritants. At night, start by eliminating caffeine (such as chocolate milk and cocoa) and if this doesn’t work, cut citrus juices, artificial flavorings, dyes (especially red) and sweeteners. Many parents don’t realize these can all irritate a child’s bladder.
  • Avoid thirst overload. If schools allow, give your child a water bottle so they can drink steadily all day. This avoids excessive thirst after school.
  • Consider if constipation is a factor. Because the rectum is right behind the bladder, difficulties with constipation can present themselves as a bladder problem, especially at night. This affects about one third of children who wet the bed, though children are unlikely to identify or share information about constipation.
  • Don’t wake children up to urinate. Randomly waking up a child at night and asking him or her to urinate on demand isn’t the answer, either – and will only lead to more sleeplessness and frustration.
  • Don’t resort to punishment. Getting angry at your child doesn’t help him learn. The process doesn’t need to involve conflict.

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