The alarm that goes off when peeing causes children to make the connection between having a full bladder and having to go to the toilet themselves. Initially, the alarm will cause the child to be startled, wake up and tighten the sphincter of the bladder. The behavior is then learned during this period. When the bedwetting alarm is used for a few weeks, the child will make a connection between the alarm and a full bladder. By learning the behavior to go to the bathroom, the child will wake up with a full bladder and go to the toilet themselves. This process is called classical conditioning.
With panda bear Wizzu as a new best friend, the adventure begins. Wizzu is always close by, including in the mobile app. Wizzu is always there for you and helps on your way to dry nights. You can even personalize Wizzu, collect points for every dry night and exchange these points for a cool pair of sunglasses or a cute hat.
In addition to fun features, it also helps parents to chart bed-wetting behavior. For example, the app notifies you when the child wets the bed and allows you to keep track of progress. This way you can see how the child is progressing at a glance.
The interactive mobile app, the panda stuffed animal Dryly®, the cool underwear and the functionality are at the heart of the adventure.