As parents we all face the entirely normal challenge of bed-wetting and little ones, with one in three kids still wetting at age four. Luckily almost all kids grow out of it, however if you are finding the bed-wetting becoming an ongoing problem, or if your child is six years or older, talking to your doctor is a good idea. Essentially you should aim to try to get your child to drink fluids evenly throughout the day and avoid food or drinks containing caffeine, especially late in the evening.
Bed-wetting alarms are useful in helping kids become dry at night. They wake kids up as soon as they start to urinate so they can get up and go to the toilet. Eighty per cent of kids succeed in becoming dry with this method.
This treatment requires a supportive and motivated family and may take 6-10 weeks to work. Alarms have good long-term success and fewer relapses than medication.
Wet-Stop 3 urine alarm teaches night-time dryness with a buzzer / alarm. Over 200,000 Wet-Stops sold since 1979 have successfully helped parents and children stop bedwetting.
Research has shown these alarms will help children become dry, and most children will then stay dry. If bed-wetting has become a worrying problem the Wet-Stop® 3 Bed Wetting Alarm is well worth considering.