Young children often suffer from emotional turbulence as well as social and physical problems that can impact their growth. These go on to affect their overall development and have a long-lasting impact that extends into adulthood. Parents must take every measure possible to minimise the impacts of such exposure on their wellbeing and help their child in his/her mental and physical development.
As a child grows, there are several aspects of their development that require special attention. Potty training is one of them. It is considered to be a physical and behavioural milestone in a child’s development. Many children are potty-trained between the ages of 18 and 24 months. Others, however, may not be ready for it until they are at least 3 years old.
Even if your child has received potty training, they may find it difficult to stay dry during the night. Bedwetting incidents are particularly common amongst children who are 3 to 6 years old. It is part of a child’s natural development. However, frequent incidents can still be a source of stress and embarrassment for children, and it is best that you seek appropriate treatment as soon as possible. This can help improve the quality of your child’s sleep and prevent any embarrassment and stress during the night. It can also improve their self-esteem.
If your child often wets the bed at night, do not despair. Qutek offers a safe bedwetting solution that can help your child in their potty training.
Qutek Juniors introduces the Peepiya Bedwetting Treatment Solution.
Our carefully crafted bedwetting alarm can serve as a super effective and safe bedwetting solution for your child. Not only does the bedwetting alarm teach kids when it’s time to go to the loo, but it also trains them to control their bladder.
Just a few weeks of using this bedwetting treatment will enable your child to cope with their bedwetting problems. There is no medication involved, and there is nothing invasive about this procedure either. That’s because Peepiya Bedwetting Treatment Solution is a wearable bedwetting alarm. It comes equipped with highly sensitive sensor clips and an alarm system. The sensor clips are simply tucked within your child’s pyjamas, and the alarm is strapped around your child’s arms. That’s all there is to it! When the sensors get wet, the alarm gets triggered and wakes up the child who will then get up to go to the loo before it is too late.