BEDWETTING ALARMS FROM PJAMA
One of the most commonly used treatment methods to cure bedwetting is to use a bedwetting alarm. The majority of patients treated in this way achieve a successful result. The bedwetting alarms from Pjama are of a high quality and has taken several years to develop.
Pjama proudly offers two types of bedwetting alarms, Pjama Bedwetting Alarm (connected to Pjama Treatment Pants and Shorts) and Pjama Connect Bedwetting Alarm (stand-alone sensor put into your own underwear and connected to a smartphone).
Be sure to test the alarm before using it for the first time. Let the child be involved in the process of choosing an alarm signal. Then test the alarm to teach the child what to do and expect when the alarm goes off.
By completing this treatment every night, the child learns to subconsciously create a connection between bedwetting, the alarm, the unpleasant feeling that it gets wet in the pants and that you need to get up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom.
PJAMA BEDWETTING ALARM
CONNECTED TO PJAMA TREATMENT PANTS AND SHORTS
This product consists of two components: A sensor and an alarm unit (bedwetting alarm). This bedwetting alarm should be used together with Pjama Treatment Pants / Shorts.
Simply snap on the Sensor at the front waist line of the Treatment Pants and start the Bedwetting Alarm. Place the Bedwetting Alarm within 10 m to the child. Should an accident occur, the sensitive sewn-in sensor threads in the pants will react quickly and activate the Bedwetting Alarm. The child can easily stop the alarm by pressing the “ON / OFF- button” once on the top of the alarm. The child will then go to the bathroom to end the urination and change into a new pair of Pjama Treatment Pants.
Note that you as a parent must be prepared to assist the child in waking up, it is not uncommon for the child to sleep deeply and not wake up from the alarm in the beginning of the treatment..
To increase the chances of achieving a successful treatment, it is also important that both the child and the parent receive guidance and motivation. We encourage you to download the Pjama app to get access to a calendar to log the progress, general tips and advice, the ability to use the app as an extra alarm device and the ability to set day alarms for children who suffer from leakage even during the day.
- 10 m range
- Volume control
- Easy ON/OFF-function
- 7 different alarm signals
- Fast responce time
- Low battery consumption
- Charging for Alarm unit: USB-cable
- Alarm dimensions: 120 x 70 x 30 mm
- Sensor dimensions: 60 x 35 x 10 mm
When you use pjama treatment pants or shorts
Start by making sure you got the right size. Pjamas should fit tight around the waist (without sitting too tight). Be sure to look at our size guide before ordering your Pjama.
- When preparing for treatment, make sure your child is involved in the process and that they are aware of the procedure when an accident occurs.
- Select an alarm signal and volume on your alarm unit.
- Download the Pjama app and connect it to the parent’s smart phone. The parent will receive a notice when an accident has occurred.
- Attach the sensor to your pants / shorts.
- Keep the Alarm unit within 10 meters of the sensor.
- When the alarm goes off, wake your child and take them to the bathroom. It is important that the child wakes up.
- Remove the sensor, turn the pants / shorts inside out and then wash them.
- Don’t forget to record the outcome of the night in the Pjama app so you can keep track of your child’s progress.
PJAMA CONNECT BEDWETTING ALARM
INDEPENDENT SENSOR CONNECTED TO YOUR SMARTPHONE
This modern product consists of ONE component, a sensor. The sensor together with your smartphone acts as the complete bedwetting alarm. By connecting the sensor to the Pjama app on your smartphone, you get a sound device that alarms in the event of an urinary accident. The app can be downloaded for free via Google Play or App Store.
Place the sensor in, for example, underwear or a diaper/nappie. When the sensor pad on the Sensor comes in contact with urine, it responds quickly and activates an alarm on your smartphone. You turn off the alarm and can then go to the bathroom to end the urination. Rinse the sensor lightly, wipe it off and then go to bed again. Note that you, as a parent, must be prepared to assist the child in waking up, it is not uncommon for the child to sleep deeply and not wake up from the alarm in the beginning of the treatment.
The Pjama App includes several functionalities; you get access to the alarm function and can set the alarm signal, in the calendar you can log the progress and success, you find general tips to assist with the bedwetting treatment and it is possible to set day alarms for the children who suffer from leakage even during the day. The Pjama app is free to download.
- Fast response time
- Range: 5-20 m
- Connects to Pjama App
- 7 different alarm signals (in app)
- Dimensions Sensor: 60 x 35 x 10 mm