Selecting a Bed-wetting or Enuresis Alarm
A bed-wetting or enuresis alarm will be used every night, sometimes more than once each night, for weeks and possibly much longer. The caregiver (parent) and patient (child) should consider several characteristics to identify a suitable alarm system:
1. Convenience: Is the alarm easy-to-use, including the wetness sensor being easy to attach and detach, and easy to clean and re-use?
2. Comfort: Is the alarm sensor small and light enough to be attached near the patient's point of urination and be comfortable?
3. Flexibility: Will the alarm accommodate movement and motion by the patient? Can it be used with different clothing and under different night-time and day-time conditions (for example, the child may be playing and moving around)?
4. Durability: The alarm is likely to be used many times. Is it designed and built to work satisfactorily time and again?
5. Reliability: It is important that the sensor senses the urine and sounds the alarm reliably every time a bed-wetting incident occurs. It is also important that false alarms not occur.
6. Effectiveness: Is the alarm effective in waking up the patient (child) and the caregiver (parent)? Is it loud enough, bright enough, vibrates enough, etc.? Can the parent be assured of being woken by the alarm when the child is woken, so the parent can verify that the child is awake and help in the clean-up and other procedures? Can the alarms be changed by the users to better suit them?
7. Warranty: The warranty offered suggests the minimum operating lifetime of the alarm system. Standard warranties on commonly used alarms can range from one year to one month. By definition, the user has no assurance that the alarm will work and be useful for a longer period of time.
8. Cost: The initial cost of the alarm system is not the only cost that should be considered. There may be continuing costs associated with using the alarm, including extra parts and supplies, special clothing, modifications to clothing, and disposable items. Apart from the money being continuously spent, add the extra time, effort and inconvenience, and the overall cost can be significant over time. The warranty also affects cost, as a shorter warranty may involve having to purchase the alarm more often.
Motivation and persistence are very important if alarm therapy is to be successful. Caregivers and patients are more likely to use the alarm system willingly and consistently if it is easy-to-use every time.
An excellent Comparison and Review Chart can be found by using the Related Link
The related link below is the most detailed and comprehensive site comparing both wireless and wired bedwetting alarms.
There are many websites and stores that sell bed wetting alarms. Walgreen's sell this type of alarm in their stores for about $44.51. They have many of these alarms to choose from.
There are many ways to work to overcome bedwetting including limiting fluid intake just before bedtime, bladder training, setting up a reward system for dry nights, let kids help with the cleanup, bedwetting alarms and there are even hormones, herbs, and medicines that can be used as a last resort.
Bedwetting is also called nocturnal enuresis. It is a medical condition and should be looked into. It is typical for a child to wet the bed till age 4. After that, children need help. There are medications available, but they have side effects and onlu treat the problem. For a permanent cure, look into bedwetting alarms. There are many alarms available. Cheaper ones take longer to cure bedwetting. My son has used the Chummie bedwetting alarm and it worked wonders. I havent tried other brands and cant advice on them but the chummie is higly rated on many sites - drugstore.com and amazon.com. Make sure that the alarm you purchase has volume control and gives you the ability to change tones. Most alarms start working immediately and the child stops wetting in 2 months. Good luck!
Yes it can. It is a good idea to visit a pediatric urologist. If bedwetting is not related to kidney infection or constipation, I recommend purchasing a bedwetting alarm to stop bedwetting.
Yes until the solution to the bedwetting problem is found. See your doctor for advice.
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home alarms? car alarms? what?
Clifford Car Alarms sell a variety of car alarms. From car alarms with remote control to car alarms that can withstand heat and cold with good security included.
yes you can depending if you are good
Yes, they do have factory alarms on them.
Alarms is a common noun.