Bed Wetting Alarms
Helps to eliminate night time incontinence or nocturnal enuresis
Reduce the likelihood of elderly bed wetting.
BedSaver is a bed wetting alarm that awakens a senior from sleep as soon as an accident begins. BedSaver bed wetting sheets go under the sheet the person is lying on, and will immediately detect any urine as soon as it happens, transmit the signal to sound the alarm, in turn awakening the senior or indeed the carer. Once awoken, a senior can stop the flow of urine, finish voiding in the bathroom and return to bed. BedSaver bed wetting sheets are dryable, and re-useable.
Eventually, the body is conditioned to wake up with the urge to urinate before wetting the bed. Like bladder volume training, this treatment option takes some weeks to work, requiring motivation and commitment. In many cases of bed wetting, BedSaver bed wetting alarms will help the user overcome the condition.
Awakens the senior from sleep as soon as an accident happens
Once awoken, the senior can stop the flow of urine, finish voiding in the bathroom and return to bed.
Eventually, the body is conditioned to wake up with the urge to urinate before wetting the bed.
BedSaver will help the user overcome the condition.
BedSaver bed wetting sheets are easy to dry and can be re-used many times, making them very cost effective.
Why do bed wetting alarms work?
When senior bedwetting is found not to have been caused by any physiological dysfunction of the urinary system, one of the most effective methods of treatment is to use a bedwetting alarm. A bedwetting alarm will arouse the individual from sleep as soon as a wetness incident starts. and is detected by the wetness mat sensor on the bed.The BedSaver audible alarm is triggered by a wet-detection pad on top of the bedding, or under the bedsheet. The bed wetting alarm treatment uses a classic conditioning technique, and this is the reason it works.
Once the person with the problem is awoken by the alarm, they should be able to consciously stop the flow of urine, get up and empty their bladder in the usual way in the toilet. Over time the body is conditioned by the sound of the alarm to awake when the urge to urinate occurs before having a bedwetting accident. This treatment will take time to work, and is most effective when there is no diminished bladder capacity and so is awakened many times during the night by the alarm. In addition if the person who has been having only a couple of bedwetting episodes at night, the BedSaver alarms have proven effective in helping the user overcome the problem.