Press release: Irish TV Show Boosts Sales of Rodger Bedwetting Alarms

BedwettingAlarm.ie, Ireland’s official distributor of Rodger bedwetting alarms, has seen a huge jump in sales after the new Rodger Wireless Bedwetting Alarm System was featured on TV3’s reality series Boost Your Business. In one day, the company sold as many alarms as they would normally sell in a month.
Boost Your Business showcases local businesses, business owners and inventors. According to Paudie Barry, owner of bedwettinglarm.ie, he began selling Rodger bedwetting alarms after they successfully stopped his child’s bedwetting in only five days. The alarm has a 95% success rate and helps the average child stop bedwetting in 32 days. According to Renee Mercer, owner of BedwettingStore.com—the official US distributor of Rodger bedwetting alarms, “We’ve always been very impressed with Rodger alarms. They’re durable and easy for families to use. The Rodger Wireless is the most popular wireless bedwetting alarm we carry, and the Rodger Clippo is quickly becoming one of our most popular wearable bedwetting alarms.”
By age 5, only 80% of children have stopped wetting the bed. The spontaneous remission rate for bedwetting is only 15% per year, meaning that if your child is currently wetting the bed there is an 85% chance they still will be a year from now. “The Rodger bedwetting alarm teaches children to respond appropriately to a full bladder at night… by waking up and going to the toilet,” says Paudie.

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Bed wetting -how we found a solution – Testimonial online

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Hi
I have been on here many times looking for a solution to my sons bedwetting. We have finally found a solution so i wanted to post here to maybe help others.
My son will be six in May and had only 4/5 dry nights in his whole life. It did not bother him until he was about 5.5 when he started to ask when would his wees stop sneaking out at night and saying he wished they would stop. He always wore night time pull ups and they would always be wet in the morning. We did restrict drinks from 4pm each day and he would always wee at least 2/3 times between 6-8pm.
I asked my local health nurse what is recommended and was told it was not seen as a problem until he was seven and he will probably dry up himself and it was very common in boys his age.
I brought him to my GP just to make sure there was no medical issue and was told all was ok. I told my GP I was thinking about getting a bed wetting alarm, my GP advised there was no harm in giving it a go.

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