Bedwetting alarms work to end bedwetting by helping to train the brain-bladder connection. When the bladder says it is full, the brain needs to learn to wake up the sleeper to use the toilet. Wet-Stop 3+ bedwetting alarm can help! An alarm that sounds with the first drops of urine helps the wearer learn the signals his or her body is sending. Soon the person learns to respond to their body before the alarm is triggered! The problem most often occurs in children but can also happen to teens and adults.
Since its introduction in 1979, the Wet-Stop Bedwetting Alarm (over 500,000 sold) has been the #1 alarm sold worldwide because it is clinically proven to cure bedwetting. Bed Wetting alarms are recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics and Family Physicians to cure enuresis without medication – and Wet-Stop 3+ is Mom-approved!
How to Use the Wet-Stop3
Easy to use:
- Insert 2 fresh AAA batteries (not rechargeable).
- Clip alarm to pajama top and connect sensor cord.
- Run sensor cord under pajama top and clip to the underwear.
- After the alarm is triggered, turn it off by pressing the button on the alarm unit and removing and drying the sensor tip.
- If necessary, gently wash the sensor tip with warm, soapy water.
- Remind your child to place stars on the reward chart every dry morning!