Bedwetting Alarms: Wearable vs. Wireless

Bedwetting or enuresis alarms were invented over 50 years ago. Initially bedwetting alarms were pads placed on the bed and connected to an alarm device, called bell and pad alarms. Now, the bedwetting alarm comes in many sizes and variations. The two types of bedwetting alarms are wearable alarms and wireless alarms.

Both types of alarms are proven solutions for incontinence and enuresis. Often times the wearable alarm is  more successful in younger children while the wireless alarm may work better for elderly, older children and those with disabilities.

WetStop3 wearable bedwetting alarmThe Wet-Stop3 wearable bedwetting alarm is user-friendly. The small sensor is attached to underwear while the magnetic clip is attached to pajama top. No dangerous pins, cumbersome tape, or time consuming sewing required. You can choose between five loud variable alarms so your child doesn’t get used to a particular alarm sound. Wet-Stop3 is the loudest possible alarm while still safe (OSHA). The strong vibrating alarm can be used with or without audible alarms. The alarm wakens and motivates your child to go to the bathroom to finish urinating.

WetDetective wireless incontinence alarmThe Wet Detective wireless alarm for enuresis and incontinence has a sensor pad placed on the bed (or on seat of wheelchair) and connects to an alarm monitor that is nearby. Four alarm settings: light only, medium alarm, alert beep and loud alarm, as well as Flashing LED Respond Button, can be selected according to needs. No wires to attach to person. The patented sensor pad is waterproof and hypoallergenic, detects moisture, is comfortable to sleep on, and is machine washable.

Wearable and wireless alarms have helped to cure bedwetting (enuresis) for years. They are safe, non-medicinal methods for children and adults. What’s more, both alarms promote dry nights, healthy potty habits and personal hygiene. For more information on bedwetting alarms, contact (865) 584-6700.