It’s been estimated that approximately 25 million people suffer from some type of involuntary adult bedwetting in the United States alone. While the causes of adult bedwetting at night are largely understood by most doctors it’s still a medical condition that often surprises victims who suffer from it. Despite all the articles available about adult bedwetting there are still lots of myths and half-truths that persist about the condition. Here are a few myths about involuntary adult bedwetting (urination at night):
The Chummie Bedwetting alarm is a specially designed moisture detection system that responds to urine to remind the child visit the bathroom. The Chummie Bed wetting Alarm is available in the form of an underwear alarm that your child can wear at night or a bed-side pad-type alarm your child can sleep on.
Wearable bedwetting alarm
A wearable bedwetting alarm is a bedwetting alarm in which the child wears a urine detection sensor on their underwear or pajamas. Depending on the type of sensor used, the sensor will detect urine almost immediately. The sensor is attached to the alarm unit with wire or cable that is usually worn under the shirt. The Chummie Premium Bedwetting Alarm is a wearable alarm which alerts the child on detecting urine using a synchronized alert system. Chummie is the only alarm to use microprocessor based technology to that provides maximum safety and effectiveness for your child The alarm unit beeps, vibrates and the lights flash to awaken the child. The Chummie Bedwetting Alarm uses a soft silicone sensor with patented One Drop Detection technology. The urine detection area is 50 times larger than old fashioned clip sensors found in most bedwetting alarms.