So easy even a child can do it: disposable bedwetting products
Shhhh, it’s a secret!
Unfortunately, bedwetting or incontinence tends to be an ongoing problem and is a problem that is well hidden. We seem to talk about everything else, so why don’t we talk about bedwetting? After all, it turns out to be a fact of life, doesn’t it? I discovered that in the retail sector there are many products to help with bedwetting; however, options to avoid doing laundry every day are limited.
Some tricks to try
My family tried all sorts of tricks to help my little one, we stopped fluids early at night, monitored our fluid intake, bought pads that slip but still had to change bedding in the middle of the night. when he had an accident, we put towels on the bed, we tried the vinyl mattress topper, which made him sweat most of the time. We’ve alredy talk about that; we tried diapers omg we checked bed alarms which scared me even more.
It’s as easy as 1, 2 and 3
When we finally had samples of our product on hand, at age six, it was easy to train him, (1) we put on a disposable mattress cover that is not noisy and doesn’t make you sweat on the mattress as our last backrest, (2) the bed was laid with our disposable bedding, which feels like classic sheets only a little better, (3) in his closet, we keep a stack of disposable pads with adhesives on the back, (4) he knew the exercise, remove the paper from the strips, place the pad on the sheet, (5) use the bathroom (6) get into bed (7) if by any chance he has an accident in the middle of the night, I would change his clothes ( 8) remove the sanitary pad, (9) put a new sanitary pad on the bed (10) go back to bed (11) do all of that without waking up mom or dad. What a great way to train your child to control the situation and not let the situation control them.