a Bedwetting Alarm.
It's a simple, safe, and effective cure. A Bedwetting Alarm brags the highest success rate and successfully trains bedwetters to stay dry at night by helping them learn to properly respond to a full bladder.
Have the bedwetting child use the bathroom just before going
Urinating before going to sleep empties the bladder, however, it doesn't help the bedwetter respond to a full bladder while sleeping. (The body continues urine production while the bedwetter is asleep.) This should be done so the bedwetting child can learn to respond to a full bladder closer to morning.
3.) Don't allow
bedwetters to drink caffinated beverages several
hours before bedtime.
Drinking soda pop, tea, or anything with caffiene dehydrates kids and places bedwetting kids trying to stay dry at night at a disadvantage.