Is it useful to let and help my child go to the toilet at night?
Yes, but it is only useful if your child is completely awake. Otherwise your child shall not learn the difference between pee in the bed or at the toilet. When your child wet’s the bed as well after that extra toilet use at night, then it is not (yet) useful to do.
Is it wise to give my child less glasses to drink in the afternoon?
No, it is not. Although it is wise to give your child good to drink in the mornings. A child that is thirsty in the afternoon or evening did drink too little during the day.
At what age are children potty trained during days and dry during nights?
Most children are potty trained during days when they are 3 or 4 years of age. From the age of 7, most children are dry at nights too.
My child does not wake up from the bedwetting alarm what should I do?
Almost every child wakes up him or herself hearing the alarm. The volume of the alarm is not always deciding for the waking up moment from the child. The designing and research company Rodger BV paid a lot of attention to the sound and different types of sounds. However, a small number of children do need extra attention and help. An accurate solution often is to sleep a few nights beside your child actually in his or her bedroom. You are a second away to help your child waking up after the very first sound of the alarm system, the first seconds are crucial for waking up and hearing the sound. Should you have to come from another room or floor, it could take minutes and waking up is very hard, because your child sleeps heavily.