Have dryer nights with the Dry-Me Bedwetting Alarm & the book Seven Steps to Nighttime Dryness #GIVEAWAY

My daughter, Kyria, has a problem with bed wetting. It's not something we like to discuss but it's a problem we need to attend to and be serious about. I have tried so many things, even during Kindergarten she would have to wear pull ups to bed and she hated it. She, like every other child wants to be a "big kid" and she never felt that way because she always had to wear a "diaper". That was up until I was contacted by Renee Mercer who introduced us to the Dry-Me Bedwetting Alarm at the Bedwetting Store. I tried to see if my daughter would model, but she wouldn't (I can't blame her) she told me she is too embarassed, so I have to use stock photo's.

This little device has helped us conquer bedwetting. Seems unreal to me, I didn't think it would ever happen, but we have made it through and thanks to this little red machine, I don't have to wash sheets every day!

You may look at it like I did... "How is this going to help get my child to quit wetting the bed?" It's actually pretty simple! The Dry-Me clip sensor attached to outside of the underwear and you carry the cord up through their shirt by their chest and you just hook the main part there by the chest onto their PJ's. This is close enough to their ears that it will wake them. With the slightest bit of wettness the alarm will sound which will make them wake up and go to the bathroom. Believe me when I say that it is loud enough to wake them and once they get used to it it'll be a breeze for them to know and understand.

I have spent many days/nights trying to explain to my daughter that it is okay, that she isn't alone having this bedwetting problem. Many kids her age and older do it, it's something they simply can not control. But I have older kids, too, and they would tease her, they would also get in VERY big trouble, but none-the-less it hurt her. So the Dry-Me Bedwetting Alarm is highly effective and it worked like a charm for my sweet Kyria. I am SO proud of her and she is much more happier and more confident about going to bed and waking up dry.

What's better is when you receive the package in the mail, it's ready to go out of the box. There is no assembly required.

Here's a bit more information about it;

The Dry-Me bed wetting alarm is a highly effective enuresis alarm that should be near the top of the ‘value-minded’ shopper’s list. Modestly priced, this alarm is equipped with several features designed to provide comfort and deliver enhanced alert methods to wake even the deepest sleepers when wetting occurs.

The alarm is small and lightweight and features a plastic clip molded directly on the back of the alarm unit, which clips comfortably at the shoulder area or collar of the child’s pajamas. The alarm’s small moisture sensor is threaded under your child’s shirt and is clipped to the outside of close fitting underwear where wetness would first occur. This bedwetting alarm is well made and designed to go off at the first sign of moisture.

The Dry-Me alarm has three customizable alert settings that allow you to pick between sound & vibration, sound only, or vibration only. When sounds are used, the alarm will play 8 random sounds so that your child does not tune out one specific sound. Each sound is delivered at high volume to effectively rouse your child from sleep. When vibration is used, the alarm delivers a continuous strong pulse. Most children respond best to sound and vibration simultaneously, so the alarm is set to do both when you receive it. In addition to these alert features, the alarm also lights up when urine is detected, making it easy to locate in the dark. Comes in unisex red color.

Included with every Dry-Me bedwetting alarm are instructions for use, charts to track progress and one set of batteries. The Dry-Me alarm requires 2 alkaline AAA batteries for use.

I also received the book Seven Steps to Nighttime Dryness

This book is very useful and I read every page, it gives very easy strategies to END betwetting for good.

This new, second edition of the most popular book on bedwetting is packed with the latest information about bedwetting and strategies to end it. This proven approach works!

You'll learn:

  • The myths of bedwetting: what causes it and what doesn't
  • Which treatment options are available and which one is best for your child
  • How to choose–and effectively use–a bedwetting alarm
  • How to know when it's time to start treatment
  • How to get your child on board
  • When to stop treatment and pronounce your child "cured"

Whether you are just beginning to investigate solutions or are at your wits' end looking for a cure, this book gives you the tools needed to change your child's life forever.

If you're having this problem with your child, there is hope! I invite you to check out the Tips and Advice Center for more information that can help you and your child get through this. It's not easy, but if you're willing to put out a little effort then your child may be able to wake up DRY.

The bedwetting alarms are recommended for children ages 5+.

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5 Responses to “Have dryer nights with the Dry-Me Bedwetting Alarm & the book Seven Steps to Nighttime Dryness #GIVEAWAY”
  1. 1
    Becky Campbell says:

    I’ve never heard of such a thing! I have an almost 9 yr old who still occasionally wets the bed and we’re trying everything to stop it. Thank you for the opportunity to try this!

  2. 2
    April V says:

    6 :\

  3. 3
    Lisa Carr says:

    10 :( . We have tried everything short of this. His doctor recommends that we get an alarm, so I would love to win.

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    Marissa M says:


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    Ann S says:

    10. It’s infrequent now, but still happens and of course, you can’t predict it. He’s also a heavy sleeper. I’ve bought the water-proof mattress cover and water-proof pad from the Bedwetting Store in the past. I’ve thought about trying the alarm, but wasn’t quite sure how it would work.

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