If you are looking for a solution for your childs bedwetting problem help has arrived. Enuresis
Alarms or as they are more commonly known Bedwetting Alarms are providing relief for this age old problem.
How Do They Work?
Enuresis Alarms work through behavioral conditioning. The alarm will clip onto your child's
underwear or pajamas near where their urine is discharged. At the first drop of urine, the enuresis alarm will
give off an auditory or tactile indication. Your child will hear or feel the alarm and wake up, realizing he
needs to go to the bathroom to relieve himself. The goal is that eventually your child will come to recognize
the signs that his bladder is full, and he needs to wake up to go to the bathroom.
Some parents worry that their children are very sound sleepers and may
just ignore the alarm when it goes off. There are alarms that attach to the pajama top, so the sound goes off
closer to the child's ear. If you really want to teach your child to not wet the met, you may need to take some
responsibility in making sure your child wakes up. Most alarms sound loud enough that you can hear them a few
rooms away. You could also set up a baby monitor. When the alarm goes off, check to see if your child is awake.
If he is just remind him that he now needs to use the toilet. If he is not, you can wake him up.
If you decide that your child can benefit from an enuresis alarm, you can find several different
models from which to choose. There are alarms that are built into underwear, wearable alarms, wireless alarms,
alarms that vibrate, alarms that give off noise, and alarms that do both. You should chose the type you use by
what is most comfortable for your child and what would be most effective in waking him and ensuring he gets to
We have posted current user reviews and feedback for the two more popular alarms on the
market. The first is a Review of the Wetstop3 Bedwetting Alarm and the
second is a Review of the Malem Bedwetting Alarm. They both appear to be