Here is our review of the Malem bedwetting alarm system. Has your child been constantly wetting his or her bed? Did you try limiting their intake of fluids in the evening or bringing them for one last potty time before bedtime, but even these measures did not work as hoped? Well, looks like its time for you to try the Malem bedwetting alarm. Check out this review or skip directly to the user review section.
Features Of The Malem Bedwetting Alarm
- A clinically effective approach to stop bedwetting
- Sound and vibration in one alarm
- Combines light, sound and vibration to help even the deepest sleeper wake
- Gives you the option of choosing either eight variable tones or a single tone to wake your child
- Easy-clip sensor eliminates the hassle of sewing, mini-pads, and tricky snaps!
- Alarm box is backed by a 1-year warranty
Malem Bedwetting Alarm Review
Bedwetting in children is usually a behavioral problem, nothing is “technically” wrong with your child. And behavior is learned, so your little one can as well learn a new behavior very quickly.
This bedwetting alarm can be used very easily. You simply clip the device onto your little one’s underwear every night. The sensor will then detect any moisture. Hence, if your child wets his or her bed in the middle of the night, the device will start to vibrate and even make sounds to wake your child up. This works even if your child is a heavy sleeper. There will surely be some out of the nine tones available for him or her.
This bedwetting alarm will help to form the habit for your child to wake up when there is a need to go to the restroom in the middle of the night. Therefore you will no longer have to wake up to soaked bed sheets or put your child in pull-up diapers.
It is very easy to solve bedwetting problems with this alarm. Not only will it eliminate the hassle of cleaning up after your child every morning, it will also help to save the damage on your child’s self-esteem when he or she learns how to stay dry throughout the night. And that is the most important factor after all.