Which Bedwetting Alarm do I choose?

Which Bedwetting Alarm do I choose?

Clinical data suggest that bedwetting alarms have a high treatment success rate of 80% compared to behavioural therapy and medication which is incredible! So, when you decide that you want to buy a bedwetting alarm, how do you choose what to buy. There are many...

BLUE vs GREY

BLUE vs GREY

BLUE vs GREY PJAMA We frequently get asked what the difference is between the BLUE and GREY Pjama pants and shorts. BLUE & GREY Both of them protects sheets, duvets and mattresses. The absorbency capacity is the same for the High Absorption pants and shorts as per...

Source Kids Magazine Spring Issue

Source Kids Magazine Spring Issue

The spring issue of Source Kids Magazine is out now and Source Kids LOVE Pjama. Check out the "We Love" section. PJAMA RANGE - STAY DRY DISCREETLY!! The Pjama range includes a dynamic product with materials that keep the bed dry in case of a urinary accident while...

Tencel

Tencel

Pjama is made out of Tencel. What is Tencel? Why use Tencel in a bed wetting product? Tencel Lyocell is a form of Lyocell fiber that is naturally sourced and machine assembled from the botanic cellulose fiber of hardwood trees. It is a nanofiber, meaning it has a very...

Continence Assessment

Continence Assessment

It is important to remember that everyone with incontinence problems should be assessed by a continence health professional. What's involved in a continence assessment? A Continence assessment will require you to visit a...

World Continence Week 2021

World Continence Week 2021

Join the Bins4Blokes campaign this World Continence Week 2021 This World Continence Week (21 to 27 June), join the call to support more than one million boys and men around Australia who live with incontinence. The Continence Foundation of Australia is launching...

WORLD BEDWETTING DAY 25 MAY 2021

WORLD BEDWETTING DAY 25 MAY 2021

TIME TO TAKE ACTION BEDWETTING IS NOBODY'S FAULT; IT IS A COMMON MEDICAL CONDITION THAT CAN AND SHOULD BE TREATED (1) For decades, bedwetting was considered as a simple condition that would resolve spontaneously. However, it is now regarded as a complex disorder...

What is Bedwetting?

What is Bedwetting?

Bedwetting (also called nocturnal enuresis) happens when the bladder empties without permission during sleep. Bedwetting is very common with approximately 1 in 5 children in Australia wetting the bed. Bedwetting is a complex condition that can often be a source of...

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