The bedwetting alarm for kids, is the best bedwetting solution that cures urinary incontinence. The system has a success rate of 90% within 6-12 weeks. The wireless bedwetting alarm helps to train the brain to recognise a full bladder by tracking Oopsie moments using a tiny attachable pee sensor. This sensor is connected to the included Oopsie Heroes smart bedwetting app and a mobile phone or tablet.
The bedwetting alarm helps your child learn to wake up dry on time.It reveals the nocturnal enuresis or in other words bedwetting pattern, on the Oopsie Heroes app and the tablet.
This wireless bedwetting alarm can be easily fastened to all underwear and pajamas. No special clothing required.
After an Oopsie moment, the enuresis alarm will alert the child with a sound and record bedwetting events on the Oopsie Heroes App for parents to track. This product does not make use of Bluetooth.
The smart Oopsie Heroes app logs bedwetting events and alerts your child. This helps you as parents spot the nocturnal enuresis (bedwetting) pattern and understand when your child needs support, motivation or a high five after a dry night. Your child will become dry in record time!
The smart app is fun for both parents and children, including features such a Reward system, Parent Voice Alarm and Track Progress.
Oopsie Heroes potty training helps children train their brain to recognize a full bladder. Over time of being alerted, children learn to wake up on their own and go the toilet.
Within 4-12 weeks of bedwetting treatment Oopsie Heroes will help your child be free from urine loss. A long term solution that aims to cure bedwetting completely without bedwetting medication. Let your child be its own hero, dry nights, better days!
The Oopsie Heroes has been developed by Lifesense Group in collaboration with 100 children from the Netherlands to create the perfect bedwetting solution tailored for kids!
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