Dry-Me Bedwetting Giveaway

Dry-Me-Bedwetting-Alarm Bedwetting is a common problem that affects millions of school-aged children every year. For parents looking for a solution to bedwetting, a bedwetting alarm can help. Also known as enuresis alarms, bedwetting alarms come with a sensor that detects urine and an alarm that sounds, vibrates, or does both. As soon as the child wets the bed, the alarm will go off, alerting the child to wake up and go to the bathroom.

 

Parents play an important role in alarm treatment, and are encouraged to help their child wake up and use the bathroom when the alarm goes off. Eventually, the alarm will condition the child to feel the sensation of a full bladder and appropriately respond to it. The child will then wake up on his or her own and use the bathroom without needing the alarm’s or parent’s help. Alarm treatment takes an average of 8-12 weeks; bedwetting alarms are recommended for children aged 5 and older.

 

If your child is experiencing bedwetting problems, The Bedwetting Store, a major supplier of daytime wetting and bedwetting products, is offering you a chance to win a Dry-Me bedwetting alarm for your child! The Dry-Me alarm is a wearable bedwetting alarm that uses sound and/or vibration to wake even the deepest sleepers. You will also receive “Seven Steps to Nighttime Dryness,” an essential resource guide for parents helping their child use a bedwetting alarm.

 

To enter, simply fill out the Rafflecopter below. This giveaway is open only to US residents.

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  1. says

    Thank you SO much for sharing this. My six year old daughter has severe chronic asthma and is still wetting at night. Her specialist said it is related to being so exhausted at night that her body doesn’t naturally wake up. My daughter is so sad and discouraged and I would love to help her!

    • says

      Maureen, my heart goes out to you and your daughter. I completely understand what you’re going through because my son was 9 or 10 before he stopped wetting the bed. You’re not alone and it does get better. You sound like a great mom looking for any way to help your daughter. Good luck to both of you!

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