What does it take to stay dry?

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When the child wakes up at night and goes to the bathroom by himself, it is a great accomplishment. However, it is not considered a compulsory requirement to become dry.

❓So, what does it take to stay dry?
In order to be dry, the child must recognize the signal from the filled bladder, sent to the subconscious reflex system in the brain and to respond accordingly. The child should either wake up and to go to the bathroom, or hold the bladder while sleeping, by contracting the sphincter muscle.

❓Does the alarm teach the child to wake up at night and go to the bathroom? 

No. The purpose of treatment with an alarm is to condition the reflex system, which is subconscious. The child learns to connect between the sound of the alarm and the unwanted feeling of bedwetting.

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