The ENUTRAIN wake-up trainer is a modern treatment method for bedwetting. Getting dry easily without any medication using intelligent wake-up training.
Wake up in time with ENUTRAIN ®
In the mind of many adults, getting dry is a matter of course, as easy as pie, so to speak. Because once you have learned to control your urge to urinate subconsciously during sleep and consciously control the emptying of the bladder, the walk to the toilet becomes a normality. Looking back, we cannot remember how we managed to get dry. This is why parents often do not know how to support their child in this learning process.
Assuming that “something is wrong with their child,” they turn to a pediatrician, a good and important step in the right direction, because only a doctor can recognize whether the wetting is a normal developmental delay or a serious disease. A detailed survey of parents and an examination of the child enable the doctor to decide whether the ENUTRAIN ® wake-up therapy will be a suitable treatment method against bedwetting.
How does my child learn to wake up in time at night*?
Bedwetting is caused by a combination of several factors, including the delayed maturation of the “sleep-wake switch” in the central nervous system. In this case, the ability to wake up is limited. Affected children will not wake up with loud noise either. “Light and deep sleepers” can be distinguished:
If you do not know your child’s exact type of sleep, you can use our interactive checklist for optimal wake-up training. Click the picture to get to the form. If an assessment of sleep behavior is still difficult or if your child is not able to carry out the jointly practiced steps of the ENUTRAIN® wake-up training yet, then select the treatment route for deep sleepers.
If your child is self-sufficient and takes the practiced steps, the receiver can be set up in the child’s room. If there are still problems, the child will need your support.
How long does ENUTRAIN ® wake-up training take?
Each child is unique and the learning process varies. Some children reach their goal in a few weeks, others require several months. It is important to keep the time between wetting and waking up as short as possible for successful training and maturing of the “sleep-wake-switch” in the brain.
Intelligent wake-up training utilizes preemption for this purpose. In this body reaction, a few drops are emitted before the complete bladder discharge, which triggers the alarm. If your child then quickly gets to the toilet, the wake-up training intensifies.
Being at ease and confidence instead of pressure or shame
The child being ashamed is a frequently underestimated problem with wake-up therapy. Especially older children would rather hide anything that reveals or reminds them of bedwetting. The feeling of shame also does not stop with the bedwetting alarm device, regardless if its design is particularly “cute.” Even young children have a good sense of what is not “cool,” and it is often unbearable for older children to have a bedwetting alarm strapped to them all night. The feeling of shame can significantly affect a child’s cooperation to wake-up therapy when it changes into aggression against the wake-up therapy device.
The less noticeable the technique of a wake-up trainer, the more “normal” the child will feel. The pocket with the ENUTRAIN ® sensor is hardly noticeable from the outside with the ENUTRAIN ® underpants. Children generally get quickly used to the small and light radio sensor and do not consider it as something foreign.
It is equally counterproductive to exercise disciplinary pressure on the child. Instead, try to encourage your child and strengthen his self-motivation. Relax! You will achieve the best results together with confidence and composure. Enjoy successes in the ENUTRAIN ® wake-up training together with your child!