4 ways to end bedwetting

Bedwetting is often part of the journey when it comes to helping your little one make the transition from diapers to big kid underwear. It's nothing you need to stress about because bedwetting is something that doesn't have to go on forever. Here are four ways to end bedwetting:

  • IllumiBowl: This nifty gadget is perfect for the potty training kid who is afraid of the dark. Some kids wet the bed not because they're unaware of what's happening. Some kids may wet the bed because they're too afraid to use the bathroom unless there's enough light in the bathroom. The IllumiBowl is a motion-activated toilet night light which makes it easy for your kid to find the toilet with its soft light and different color options.
  • Nytone: A perfect tool if your kid is a heavy sleeper, the Nytone is a bedwetting alarm. According to Nytone, one in five kids struggle with potty training. Some kids even wet the bed into their pre-teens. It's an easy to use and has three different alarm tones you can choose from.
  • Incentives: Is your kid lacking motivation when it comes to potty training? Incentives may be the difference-maker in helping your kid make progress. Your reward plan can be simple whether it's giving your kid a new toy or having a sticker chart to track pee-less nights. Extra encouragement is always worth a shot if you're not seeing any real progress after a week of continuous bedwetting.
  • Schedule: Get your child in the habit of peeing before getting into bed. One rule of thumb is to not allow your kid to drink any fluids within an hour of getting into bed. For example, if your kid's bedtime is 8 p.m. then restrict fluids after 7 p.m. Schedules are a great way to maintain structure and help your potty training kid continue to make progress.

What ways to have you helped your kid end bedwetting? Share with us in the comments below!

As seen on ABC's Shark Tank, the IllumiBowl is a motion-activated toilet night light popular among potty training families and senior citizens. The IllumiBowl makes your toilet glow in order to make late night trips to the bathroom safe and easy. It's powered by three AAA batteries and attaches easily to any toilet seat. This popular product is toilet technology at its best. Who doesn't love a glowing toilet?



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