Posted by Karen Radford on in bed wetting alarm, bedwetting alarm, Bedwetting Treament, children, enuresis, enuresis alarm, kids, parenting, primary nocturnal enuresis“His attitude to the wetting and process has been great. He understood that it was not his fault and he wasn’t alone but I can only imagine this would get more difficult to deal with as a child enters puberty, so it’s great to have got it done."Read more
Posted by Karen Radford on in bed wetting alarm, bedwetting alarm, body-worn, enuresis alarm, sensor mat, wireless
Bedwetting alarms, like kids, come in different shapes and sizes. So, what type of alarm will suit your child best? Here are some things to consider when choosing the right alarm for your child. Wired alarms Wired bed wetting alarms have a sensor on a cord that plugs into a body-worn alarm. The alarm box usually attaches to the shoulder...
Posted by Karen Radford on in bedwetting alarm, enuresis
**Updated** Today's visit from Princess Anne was extremely special and as our supporter Dr Anne Wright said "a triumph for ERIC and... Posted by ERIC UK on Friday, 4 March 2016 As an “extremely valued partner”and proud sponsor of ERIC we are pleased to hear to that the Princess Royal, Princess Anne is visiting ERIC’s Bristol Office on Friday 4...
Posted by Karen Radford on in bed wetting, bed wetting alarm, bedwetting, bedwetting alarm, Bedwetting Treament, enuresis, enuresis alarm
Bed wetting is a very common issue young children and their parents deal with - but with a bedwetting alarm, it's easily curable, allowing everyone to move forward. It can get tiresome changing sheets in the middle of the night on a regular basis, and it can knock children's confidence and disrupt sleep patterns. Bedwetting is Extremely Normal It's important...
Posted by Karen Radford on in bed wetting, bedwetting, bedwetting alarm, Bedwetting Treament, enuresis
1. There is something wrong with a child who wets the bed Bedwetting is one of the most common paediatric health issues. It occurs in 15-20% of five-year-olds, 6-8% of eight-year-olds and declines to 1-2% by fifteen years of age and over. However, a child shouldn’t be considered a bed wetter, unless he or she wets the bed more than twice...