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The SleepDry™ System
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The SleepDry™ System
- a Sensitive Approach

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Most bed-wetting children are unable to recognize the body’s natural signal of bladder fullness. The bed-wetting child lacks the ability to awaken and use the bathroom, or control the bladder till morning. Coaxing, limiting fluids, or waking them in the middle of the night doesn’t work. Children need help from a monitor that can be there all night long.

The alarm sounds at the first sign of moisture, and interrupts the wetting process. The SLEEPDRY alarm conditions the child to quickly recognize bladder fullness, and awaken before wetness occurs. Complete success usually takes just four to twelve weeks.

The SLEEPDRY system uses an advanced motivational program developed in consultation with a leading clinical psychologist specializing in enuresis treatment. Included in the program are fun reward materials, and many effective techniques.

Easy and simple to use

The small SLEEPDRY alarm snaps onto pajama top or t-shirt, and the wetness-sensor also snaps onto regular underpants.

The ‘Star’ character on the alarm is presented as a friend that helps the child earn their own Starry Reward Button after 30 dry nights. Children have fun, and cooperate well.

Included in the program are suggestions for using the alarm with a more mature child. They’ll gain confidence for sleepovers.

The SLEEPDRY alarm is a natural approach – no medication – no side effects. The entire SLEEPDRY program costs just $53.95* The SLEEPDRY alarm is so successful that we offer a complete satisfaction guarantee**


Frequently Asked Questions – The Sleep Dry Alarm System


Your child does not just need to learn to wake up. They need to be taught to recognize their own neuro bladder signals while sleeping. Setting alarm clocks to interrupt in the night or restricting fluids, just doesn’t teach children to control bladder urges. Our alarm actually catches them immediately at the onset of wetting, and trains them to become aware of their nighttime bladder function- in real time no delays.

Yes, but it’s the ‘how long is it going to take’ that is the problem. Our experience, and medical literature, show that only about 14% of bed-wetting children will outgrow the problem each year on their own. This means that you are possibly looking at 3-4 years left to endure, causing frustration and complicating sleepovers. Our alarm is such a pro-active solution, because when you have your child wear it all night long it can monitor for any wetness all night long. The training is sure, and always there. We define real success as your child having 21 consecutive dry nights. All children respond just a little different. However, children start responding within weeks, and progress along to this achievement in an average of 8-12 weeks.

The Sleepdry alarm is more than just a moisture sensor. Sure, it will ring loudly to even a drop of moisture. That is just the first part. It’s the actual techniques in our instructions that will get you success. We’ve been here for over 20 years learning all the little helps that really move children along to dry beds quickly. Did you know that medical study literature has long known that parental help is key to getting high success rates? What does this mean to you?-What it means is- when that alarm sounds, you will need to get up and use our great little helps to get your child awake quickly. We have lots of great ideas having the lighting a little higher all night long how best to awaken groggy children how many minutes to keep them up activities to help kids wake up quicker how to walk them around a little.and on and on. On top of this, we believe using our suggested reward systems, really gets kids excited and wanting to sleep dry.

There are millions of children who wet the bed. This common childhood problem is not often caused by a psychological or medical issue. We do, however, highly recommend that your child is regularly seen by a medical doctor, and that the physician is aware of the bedwetting problems. Be aware that physicians have a lot of years of experience helping with bed-wetting difficulties, and can quickly rule out if there are any physical issues present. Your doctor knows your child, and can be a valuable source of information and help.

It’s as simple as this. Doctors early on recognized what a great value the Sleedry alarm is. Doctors have also seen first hand how their patients are treated and worked with by our knowledgeable and friendly operators. The other thing that they have relied on us for, is our great satisfaction guarantee. We believe in our product, and we support it that way. Many other companies offer short satisfaction guarantees, and some do not even accept returns of open or used product. They never even give you a chance. ‘We do! That’s why so many thousands of doctors recommend us.

The SleepDry alarm can end the cost of expensive pull-ups and extra laundry. If you add it up, the SleepDry alarm usually saves you hundreds of dollars. But there’s another plus, -it also ends the years of frustration and embarrassment this problem brings. So many parents just wait for years hoping something will just happen.when actually the answer is that the kids just need the right kind of tool to help.

Certainly It would be your child’s increased confidence and self esteem. Children are really happy to be dry,-and feel a great sense of accomplishment. Parents also share a great sense of accomplishment when they see that smiling face each morning saying ‘Guess what I’m dry again!’

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Bed-wetting – Symptoms

Most kids are fully toilet trained by age 5, but there’s really no target date for developing complete bladder control. Between the ages of 5 and 7, bed-wetting remains a problem for some children. After 7 years of age, a small number of children still wet the bed.

When to see a doctor

Most children outgrow bed-wetting on their own — but some need a little help. In other cases, bed-wetting may be a sign of an underlying condition that needs medical attention.

Source: Mayo Clinic

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No one knows for sure what causes bed-wetting, but various factors may play a role:

  • A small bladder. Your child’s bladder may not be developed enough to hold urine produced during the night.
  • Inability to recognize a full bladder. If the nerves that control the bladder are slow to mature, a full bladder may not wake your child — especially if your child is a deep sleeper.
  • A hormone imbalance. During childhood, some kids don’t produce enough anti-diuretic hormone (ADH) to slow nighttime urine production.
  • Urinary tract infection. This infection can make it difficult for your child to control urination. Signs and symptoms may include bed-wetting, daytime accidents, frequent urination, red or pink urine, and pain during urination.
  • Sleep apnea. Sometimes bed-wetting is a sign of obstructive sleep apnea, a condition in which the child’s breathing is interrupted during sleep — often due to inflamed or enlarged tonsils or adenoids. Other signs and symptoms may include snoring and daytime drowsiness.
  • Diabetes. For a child who’s usually dry at night, bed-wetting may be the first sign of diabetes. Other signs and symptoms may include passing large amounts of urine at once, increased thirst, fatigue and weight loss in spite of a good appetite.
  • Chronic constipation. The same muscles are used to control urine and stool elimination. When constipation is long term, these muscles can become dysfunctional and contribute to bed-wetting at night.
  • A structural problem in the urinary tract or nervous system. Rarely, bed-wetting is related to a defect in the child’s neurological system or urinary system.

Source: Mayo Clinic

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Risk factors

Bed-wetting can affect anyone, but it’s twice as common in boys as in girls. Several factors have been associated with an increased risk of bed-wetting, including:

  • Stress and anxiety. Stressful events — such as becoming a big brother or sister, starting a new school, or sleeping away from home — may trigger bed-wetting.
  • Family history. If one or both of a child’s parents wet the bed as children, their child has a significant chance of wetting the bed, too.
  • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Bed-wetting is more common in children who have ADHD.

Source: Mayo Clinic

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Although frustrating, bed-wetting without a physical cause doesn’t pose any health risks. However, bed-wetting can create some issues for your child, including:

  • Guilt and embarrassment, which can lead to low self-esteem
  • Loss of opportunities for social activities, such as sleepovers and camp
  • Rashes on the child’s bottom and genital area — especially if your child sleeps in wet underwear

Source: Mayo Clinic

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