TensCare Dry Night Trainer Bedwetting Alarm
- Safe and simple way to stop bedwetting
- Lightweight alarm is worn on wrist like a watch
- Sensors worn in underwear detect wetness
- Includes 14 day progress chart
- 3 interchangeable alarm cover designs
Help your child stay completely dry every night.
During the first few years of their lives children learn how to recognise the urge to use the toilet, but during the night it can be hard for them to wake up when their bladder is full. Bedwetting is therefore extremely common, but you can help to train your child into waking to use the loo and say goodbye to damp sheets with TensCare Dry Night Trainer Bedwetting Alarm.
The child wears the bedwetting alarm on their wrist, and two sensors are placed in the child’s underwear. When the underwear becomes damp with the first drops of urine the alarm will sound. The child wakes from sleep and should go to the toilet to finish urinating.
To begin with the child will undoubtedly still wet the bed, but the process of waking the child helps to make them more familiar with the sensation of a full bladder and help them to wake naturally in future when the need to use the toilet. The device comes with a 14 day progress chart; if the child remains dry for 14 nights in a row they are considered trained.
TensCare Dry Night Trainer has been designed for comfort and discretion. The alarm is small and lightweight, and comes with 3 interchangeable covers (football, star and flower) to appeal to children. The sensors use advanced miniature electronics that work at very low currents, so they are completely safe to use and can detect even the smallest drops if liquid.
|Power||CR1632 Lithium 3V Battery (Included)|