How bedwetting alarm works
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Bedwetting alarm is an electronic device designed to train users to respond to a full bladder by waking. A typical wearable bedwetting alarm consists of a moisture sensor and an alarm unit. These two components are connected by a cord. The moisture sensor has to be attached to the user’s underpants and will trigger the alarm to sound and / or vibrate (depending on the operation mode selected) at the first drops of urine. The user will then wake up to use toilet. This process can gradually condition the brain to respond to the messages from the bladder appropriately. With the proper use of the alarm, one can be taught to awake as soon as the bladder is full, or to sleep through the night without urinating. Since a child may not be able to respond to the alarm alert on his / her own in the first few weeks of use, parents play a key role in waking the child for urination until he / she gets used to do so by himself / herself.
 
Typical treatment takes 6-12 weeks but it varies from person to person, depending on a number of factors, among which, motivation and persistence are the two very important elements in contributing to a successful treatment. A supportive family can definitely help shorten the time required for overcoming bedwetting and enhance the success rate.
 
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