Bedwetting Alarm Program
Malem Alarms have been in use for 30 years and have been constantly developed and improved. They have won numerous awards, been proven in clinical trials and are recommended by doctors and paediatricians around the world. They are easy to use, ergonomically designed, durable, safe and reliable. They offer an economical way of curing bedwetting. Enuresis alarms are universally regarded as the first line of treatment before alternatives and have the highest cure rate and lowest relapse rate of any intervention. Clinical trials show success rates of around 70% within 12-16 weeks. Clinicians define success as 14 consecutive dry nights. Bed wetting alarms can be a highly efficient solution for anyone wondering how to stop bedwetting naturally.
Wearable, wireless or a bed-met model
A wide choice of features are available to suit the specific needs of the child. These include a range of auditory tones, volume control, the ability to record, flashing lights and vibration. Included with every bedwetting alarm are moisture detecting sensors, detailed instructions for use, charts to track progress and batteries.
Kid’s bedwetting (enuresis) is natural
We all start life as bedwetters and learn to become dry; it is a skill we acquire like learning to talk and walk. Children acquire these skills at different times and usually they start to become dry after the age of 18 months. By the age of 5 years about 90% of children are dry and by the age of 10 years, about 95% are dry.
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