The winners of the top viewed Bedwetting Blogs of 2013 are:
1. Helping Older Kids with Bedwetting: 3 Things to Know
Techniques for ending bedwetting in older school aged children are discussed here. Parents should offer a solution, not wait until they “outgrow” it.
2. Tips for Knowing When to Start a Bedwetting Alarm
Once parents learn about the effectiveness of bedwetting alarms, the next question is when to start using one for their child. This blog helps answer that question.
3. 7 Tips for Bedwetting at Summer Camp
Sleeping away at Summer Camp is always a big summertime concern for bedwetting children. These tips can be used for any sleepover situation.
4. Poop Problems When Toilet Training
Poop problems and constipation are common occurrences in many children, with or without associated wetting problems.
5. Bedwetting Pills Did Not Work: What Next?
Bedwetting pills do not work for all bedwetting children. This blog discusses what you can do to permanently end bed wetting, in spite of medication failure.
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We are excited to carry the NEW Malem Multi-Choice Alarm with the most advanced technology for even faster treatment response. This novel bedwetting treatment system allows the child and parent to choose exactly what stimulus they respond to best– whether it is a voice recording, pre-programmed melodies, loud tones, and/or vibration and lights.
Record and play 3 unique messages, ideal for those children who respond best to their own parent’s voice
Play 1-20 programmed popular melodies, when a song is a preferred alert
Sound 1-8 loud tones, for those sleepers who need a very loud sound
Vibrate with or without sounds
Light up with the sounds or light up only to notify a caregiver
This is the only alarm that offers 33 different combinations and the only one to record 3 different messages. The world renowned Malem technology plusthe multiple capabilities set this alarm apart from others we carry. The Easy-Clip sensor is fastened to the outside of the child’s underwear and the alarm unit is securely clipped to the night shirt. When wetness is sensed, the alarm plays the combination of sounds and vibration that you have selected. This alerts your child and helps them learn that new brain-bladder connection. Your child will soon be on their way to dry nights.
I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Marti and Erin Erickson, co-hosts of MomEnough.com, for their show, “Everything You Need to Know About Bedwetting”.
Listen to this if your child or someone you know struggles to stay dry at night.