Category Archives: Readiness

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (NAPNAP) meeting

Getting the word out about an effective solution for bedwetting is my personal goal! At the 2015 National NAPNAP meeting, I got to visit with hundreds of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners who see children in their primary care setting. Many wanted … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Know Your Child is Ready for a Bedwetting Alarm

1. She tells you she is ready to stop bedwetting and needs your help. Bedwetting is common and normal in children younger than 6, affecting 1 in 4 children. Supportive reminders of toileting before bed, drinking throughout the day rather … Continue reading

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Summer is Best Time to Use Bedwetting Alarm

A small retrospective study from Japan finds that children who use bedwetting alarms in the summer are more successful than those who use them in the winter. The authors had empirically observed that bedwetting worsens in the winter season and … Continue reading

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