Say Goodbye to Bed Wetting…Naturally…with Nytone {giveaway closed}

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This giveaway has been sponsored by Nytone.

We have been really lucky with the Captain in that he has only wet the bed only a handful of times since he potty trained when he was 2 1/2.  I know that it is because he is a light sleeper, which has been a huge curse in the past, but in the sense of bed wetting, it has been a blessing!  D is much different though.  He is a heavy sleeper and sleeps through a LOT, so while he is potty trained, he still has to wear diapers or trainers at night.  This is okay right now, for a 2 1/2 year old, but I forsee a problem in the future if he continues this way.  I was thrilled to learn about the Nytone Bed Wetting Alarm because I didn't realize there was such an option.  I have known kids up through age 10 who have had to wear protection at night, take medicine, etc, but there is hope for help with Nytone!


Nytone is a local Utah company with over 30 years of extensive experience in the industry.  They produce a natural, cost effective, and compassionate cure for bed wetting in children of all ages. The statistics are alarming, not only how many children suffer from this today, but the ages at which they do so! Many children are in their teenage years, particularly boys, and as the children get older, this problem becomes more embarrassing and difficult to deal with. A child who is unable to participate in the normal day to day activities, like sleepovers with friends, campouts with their local community organization or functions that require long overnight stays will develop a self-esteem problem that will be difficult to overcome as long at the behavior continues. 


This isn’t just a huge problem for the child, the involved, caring parent experiences high levels of frustration trying to find a remedy for this behavior. The day to day struggles of parenting are difficult and time consuming enough, adding bed wetting into the mix can push some over the edge. We live in a society today that is more likely to jump to medication to cure a medical problem than actually change the behavior naturally. It is important to understand that less than 3% of bed wetting situations is actually medical in nature.  Nytone changes the child’s behavior permanently. The Nytone bed wetting alarm is natural, 

very sleek, safe and affordable. The Nytone bed wetting alarm alerts the child as the behavior is beginning, so they can wake up, and a parent can help them to the bathroom to finish relieving themselves if necessary. Some see permanent results as early as 2 to 6 weeks with the average success by 12 weeks. Nytone was created over 30 years ago, with a parent trying to solve this problem for his child. The intention then, as it is today, was to help a child change a behavior that their body was not naturally evolving through on its own.

This product was created out of compassion, concern and love for a child and that is still true today. The Nytone product has evolved beautifully over the past 30 years! The original construction, which was very successful and effective, was bulkier and today is very sleek. The people at Nytone have been able to improve the product design and keep the cost down. The intention at Nytone has never faltered-provide a safe, natural, permanent solution to a sensitive, embarrassing and bothersome behavioral problem.

For more detailed information on the Nytone Bed Wetting alarm, please visit the website at or the Facebook page.  You can also get a Nytone bed wetting alarm on Amazon.


Nytone is giving one Life With Captain Fussybuckets reader their very own Nytone Bed Wetting alarm!  Just enter in the Rafflecopter form below.  Giveway is open to US only and will close on October 11.  Good luck!

Giveaway has ended and Steve W. is the lucky winner!

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Gena is the mom of three boys, ages 7, 5, and 2. She is the wife of a great man, a Christian, blogger, and former kindergarten teacher turned stay-at-home mom. They live in the Dallas/ Ft. Worth, Texas area.


  1. Linda Bradshaw says:

    I gave them less to drink after 6 pm.  

  2. my little niece is jsut starting the road to potty training!! This will help so much!!

  3. steve weber says:

    make sure they use the bathroom before bed.

  4. kim burnett says:

    use the bathroom before bed

  5. combination of both, less fluid to drink after 6P.M and using the bathroom before bed is a really effective way to prevent bed wetting.

  6. I have tried giving less to drink and no caffeinated drinks, but I would like to try this as my other methods do not always succeed

  7. I would like this because I was a horrible bed wetter (I just wouldn't wake up) and I would like to have this for our son for when we start potty training.

  8. i  rember my mom hving problem with  the brother  they would not any dirnk after  5

  9. potty in the bedroom… cloth diapers at night

  10. Bathroom before bed, bathroom during night, we have tried.

  11. Wendy Mastin says:

    We haven't reached that point yet, but would love to have on hand.

  12. tina reynolds says:

    limit liquids before bed and make sure bathroom break before bedtime

  13. Jenny Stanek says:

    We have only tried limiting fluids before bed!

  14. Tried pull-ups, bed mats, waking up in the middle of the night, reducing fluids after supper.  I'd really, really like to try this alarm!  (The laundry is out of control!)  Thanks for such a smart giveaway!

  15. Jill Myrick says:

    I would love to be able to try this for my daughter who wets almost nightly.

    We have tried pull ups, waking every few hours, limiting drinks etc. But all to no avail.


  16. michelle oakley warner says:

    i have tried cutting off drinks after a certain time and night time pampers, its been tough, i would love to get this to help me in any way you can

  17. My kid is in diapers still, but I have a family friend with a bed-wetting condition into adulthood … embarrassing. I'll do anything to keep her dry at night. 

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