Category Archives: Research

Positive Behavior Changes Noted after Bedwetting Alarm Use

Parents observe positive behavior changes when their child becomes dry or has less wetting after using a bedwetting alarm, according to our new study. Our study included 803 families whose child had used a bedwetting alarm. The study participants (parents) … Continue reading

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More Bedwetting in Children with ADHD

Now there is research to confirm what many families have reported-that their child with ADHD also has bedwetting. This retrospective study (358 kids with ADHD and 729 age-and gender-matched controls) found that children with ADHD were 2.1 times more likely … Continue reading

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Bedwetting Alarms that Record Parent’s Voice

I saw NBCs report on Kids Sleeping through Smoke Alarms, and was not surprised. In Jeff Rosen’s investigative report, 3 boys, ages 9,8 and 4, were told that a fire alarm would be going off that night and their reaction … Continue reading

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