Postage within Australia included with all Kits. 6 month warranty on alarm.
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Small and simple the lightest Malem alarm. The kit contains the red Alarm with Siren Sound + Bedwetting Cured DVD. A spare set of batteries is included. We now recommend the kit for all those with a bedwetting problem. If you purchase the Kit you can move straight on to the alarm after trying the initial steps on the DVD for about three weeks. If your child is cured without using the alarm then it can be returned for a refund.
Our alarms in Kits come in a sealed plastic pack.
You can return the alarm to us within six months for a refund if the bedwetting resolves with the initial steps on the DVD. Leave the alarm in the sealed plastic pack. You will pay only for the DVD, postage and a $10.00 processing fee.
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(We are unable to accept returns on alarms once they are opened or on bedding products for health reasons.)
Small and simple the lightest Malem alarm (24g including batteries) and the smallest (49 x 39 x 18mm) enuresis alarm in the world. Smart, colourful, slimline, ultra compact, with all the advanced features and advantages of the world famous Malem Alarms.
Malem Enuresis Alarms have a loud sound. This red alarm has a siren sound specifically selected for its effectiveness at waking children. The alarm has a light, which shines when the alarm sounds.
It does not vibrate. It can be worn with pull–ups. If your child is currently using pull-ups then continue with these until you start to get improvement.
Once the wetting is only a couple of times a week try using the waterproof mattress overlays to keep the sheets dry.
Includes the Bedwetting Cured DVD with all the steps you need to achieve a complete cure. Wetting the bed is often due to three or four factors combining to cause the problem. These include a small bladder capacity, very deep sleep, too much urine produced at night, and constipation.
The video includes information on:
- drinking program to improve the connection between the brain and the bladder and to gradually increase bladder capacity;
- popular foods and drinks which may be interfering with vasopressin, the hormone which concentrates the urine at night;
- the role of constipation;
- how to get the best results with a bedwetting alarm; and
- medication, which is rarely needed.