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Eclipse Special Package with Parental Monitor

The Eclipse special package comes with an additional alarm for the parents’ bedroom which will trigger and wake you when your child starts wetting the bed. The quicker the child is able to respond to the alarm, with your help, the less they will empty their bladder which means they can react to their bladder signals and finish going to the toilet in the bathroom. It is important that the child experiences the sensation of a full bladder when they wake to the alarm as this is how the Learning by Association occurs. Over time the brain works out that the reason the loud noise happens is because they have a full bladder and they start responding to this sensation before the alarm triggers. So, if you have an incredibly deep sleeper or a child with other needs the parental alarm is a great idea as it helps you to help them respond and get the learnings as quickly as possible. 

The parental alarm can be used in a parent’s bedroom that is up to 40 feet (12 metres) away from the alarm in the child’s bedroom,

The alarms include long life coin cell batteries sealed into both the alarm base and the sensor. They cannot be replaced and will last the normal treatment period.

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Tracy C. (Wellington, New Zealand)
Brilliant

9 weeks ago my 6 year old was wearing pull ups overnight and was very wet every single morning . 9 weeks later she has just completed 14 nights in a row!! I was sceptical of the product in the beginning but it actually worked, would recommend anyone struggling to give it a go!

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Jo (Auckland, New Zealand)
21days

My daughter is 7 and a deep sleeper. It took 21 days of using the alarm for her to be sorted. We are so thankful and she is having her first sleep over next week.

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Anonymous (Ohio, United States)

Son still having frequent accidents but he is waking up to the alarm so hopefully it will help overtime.

It is great he is waking up to the alarm. It can be encouraging to look out for signs of improvement such as:

• Waking up before the alarm when you have a full bladder
• Smaller and smaller wet patches
• Waking to the alarm straight away
• Alarm going off later during the night
• Alarm sounding less times than usual during the night
• More dry nights

You can also find useful ideas in the Online Resource Kit, particularly the ebook 'A Plan for DRI Nights'. Please contact me if you would like some guidance.

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Sonia J. (England, United Kingdom)
It worked!

My daughter (nearly 8) is a very heavy sleeper and wore pull ups at night and they would normally be sodden by morning and more often than not, leaked onto the bed.

We decided to try Dri Sleeper after she said she was fed up. I was expecting this to work quite quickly, but for us it took longer. Both her father and Grandfather wet the bed up to the age of 10, so I knew it was going to be a challenge!

The alarm is discrete. We tried it with the sanitary towel but it caused rubbing on my daughters inner thigh so we tried the double knicker method which worked much better for us. There have been good nights and not so good nights (plus we have been away so the change of scene didn't help as she was scared going to the toilet at night). We are now 6 weeks in and we are now ready to remove the alarm for good

My daughter is super chuffed! As are we.

It is great your daughter is super chuffed to be dry at night! Well done for sticking with it and getting bedwetting sorted.

3 Ways to place the Eclipse sensor

Questions Parents often ask

Most likely, a bedwetting alarm solves bedwetting for up to 9 in 10 young people. We have many resources and lots of experience so can guide you if needed.

Typically, 70% of young people will be dry in 2 to 12 weeks using our alarms. Some are quicker, some take longer. We encourage you to use the resources we provide and talk to our adviser to get the best outcome for your young person.

Yes, it is very safe. Our alarms comply with all regulatory requirements around the use and safety of electronic devices. Also, when the sensor detects moisture, it transmits twice for only 1.3 seconds to trigger the alarm and then stops transmitting.

We suggest ditching the diapers as they can remove the feeling of wetness which may interfere with the learning process. If you need the diapers to reduce the stress or mess, then go for it.

Children may eventually learn not to wet the bed on their own. However, at the age of 9, 50% of bedwetters will still be wetting the bed. This can interfere with their self confidence especially when it comes to school camps and sleepovers. Therefore, helping your child to stop wetting at night, in the same way as most children are taught to use the toilet during the day, can do wonders for their self esteem.

Many children have low levels of ADH, but DON'T we the bed. If low levels of ADH are an issue, your doctor may prescribe medication to use along with the alarm.

Yes, you can use our strategies for deep sleepers to help them learn to sleep dry. Remember MANY children are deep sleepers and don’t wet the bed.