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Dry-Me: Bedwetting Alarm & 7 Steps to Nighttime Dryness Book

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Many parents and children set a New Year’s Resolution to stop bedwetting but aren’t sure how. With 2013 finally here, the Dry-Me bedwetting alarm (RV $49.95) is a perfect solution for nighttime accidents. Bedwetting alarms are clinically proven to cure most bedwetting children in 8-12 weeks without the need for medicine. The alarms are FDA-registered, non-toxic, and have no side effects, so that alone should put a smile on your face!

Bedwetting alarms go off when they detect moisture. This will help condition the child to feel the sensation of a full bladder and appropriately respond to it – by going to the bathroom or holding it in – before having a wetting accident. Bedwetting alarms are recommended for children aged 5 and older.

One key point to conquering a child bedwetting is that parents have to be involved. You play an active role in helping to wake the sleeping child at the beginning of the alarm treatment. Eventually (average is 8-12 weeks), the child will learn to wake up on his/her own without the parent’s or alarm’s help. During early alarm treatment, there will be accidents, so using a waterproof mattress cover or something related can help keep the mattress dry.

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If you are unsure of how to begin treating bedwetting, we recommend grabbing the Seven Steps to Nighttime Dryness book, checking out the Bedwetting Store Tips and Advice Center, and checking out the Bedwetting Store on Facebook.

Other than bedwetting alarms, the Bedwetting Store also offers waterproof bedding, vibrating watches for daytime wetting, and urine stain removers.

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    Stop Peeing On Me
    January 16, 2013 at 3:28 pm

    The Bedwettingstore.com can’t seem to sell its Dry-Me alarm which is getting whacked everywhere from Amazon to PissedConsumer.com . This appears to be a genuine dud! Even bedwettingstore.com’s likely self-praise and review padding isn’t doing much for it. So, can’t sell them, might as well give them away. Even better, pay people to take them away!

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    julie murphy
    January 17, 2013 at 8:05 am

    I could of used this when one of my kids was younger.

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    steve weber
    January 28, 2013 at 5:06 pm

    my niece is 3 and still wets the bed on ocassion.. so this would be a nice tool to use.

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    Carrie Phelps
    January 28, 2013 at 6:40 pm

    My children are adults so it’s been a very long time. One of my grandsons is woken each night to get up to use the bathroom and his younger brother still is in night pull-ups.

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    Kaci Guisinger Harrison
    January 28, 2013 at 8:09 pm

    I’m just about at my wits end with the bedwetting. I’ve tried it all, rewards, pee pads, incontinence pads, rubber sheets, making my son go pee several times after he falls asleep, no drinks after 6. It’s just a neverending process of bedwetting over and over nightly. I go through sheets, comforters, pillows and bedclothes washed every morning and it kills my water bill, last month it was $133.00!!! I need a miracle! =(

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