• Malem Bedwetting Alarms

    Malem bedwetting alarms are designed to maximise success in the treatment and cure of enuresis and provide a safe, efficient, economical and permanent cure for bedwetting in contrast to the short term relief, if that, offered by expensive and potentially dangerous drugs.

Enuresis and Cure Video

This video explains what is bedwetting and how to Cure it using the Malem Alarm. The important Golden Rules to maximise success. It also talks about Day Time wetting and the use of the Vibro-Watch.

How To Use Malem Bedwetting Alarms

This video explains how to use and maintain the different models of Malem Alarms


Bedwetting, or nocturnal enuresis, is a very common but secret problem. It is very distressing and deserves to be treated. It can affect anyone and as many as 10% of 5 year olds, 5% of 10 year olds and 2% of adults suffer unnecessarily. As many as 40% of the elderly may suffer from incontinence.

The Malem Bedwetting Alarm consists of a safe electronic device contained in a small, ultra lightweight plastic box which is comfortably and discreetly worn on the nightwear top close to the collar bone. The alarm is connected to a sensor which detects urination. When urination commences and the sensor is moistened, the alarm is triggered and a stimulus is activated. This can be in the form of a loud sound, vibration or light. The Easy-Clip, Standard or Bed-Mat sensors can all be linked to any of the alarms.

Repetitive awakening by the Alarm as soon as urination commences will gradually train the brain to exert automatic control over the bladder. Eventually, the bedwetter will either wake up before urination or be cured resulting in them sleeping throughout the night without needing to empty the bladder. This form of treatment has proved to be the safest, most reliable and economical way of curing bedwetting with over 90% success within a few weeks and has no side effects.

Bedwetting alarms cure by speeding up the natural process without the administration of expensive and potentially dangerous drugs.