Category Archives: Research

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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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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