Using this groundbreaking bedwetting hypnosis program, your child can stop wetting the bed, improve their self-esteem, and avoid using expensive experts, alarms, or medication.
Do they wake up feeling embarrassed and discouraged about their condition?
Our simple program, when practiced regularly, has been proven to double the number of dry nights a child experiences each month, with dramatic improvements made as quickly as the first night.
Most doctors recommend costly medications or disruptive alarms, which can make children dependent on external factors in order to remain dry.
Results many parents see after implementing this simple 4-video program include…
As of today, which is 6 months after we started the program, I’m so glad to report that my daughter has been dry the past 2 months! So, she became completely dry in less than 4 months!
— Grateful Parent of 9-year-old
Two months after completing the program, he still occasionally has accidents, but he went from nearly every night to maybe once a week at most, so we are extremely grateful!
— Happy Parent of 10-year-old
I was so proud of him and I will be forever grateful to Dr. Lazarus for caring enough about my son to share this gift with him.
— Parent of 9-year-old
He is proud of himself, and feels empowered and capable and grown-up. He wakes up strutting in his boxers in the morning, instead of hiding in the corner, peeling off a wet Pull-Up.
— Grateful Mom & Pediatrician
We are overjoyed with this progress and I am sure it will continue to improve until he no longer has accidents at all. I honestly would not have believed it if I hadn't witnessed it myself.
— Parent of 11-year-old
We always knew that Keeping the Bed Dry® had helped hundreds of families (see our testimonials), and a recently published medical study gave us data proving its effectiveness for treating bedwetting.
“Self-Guided Medical Hypnosis Will Improve the Number of Dry Nights Per Month in Children with PMNE (Bedwetting)” was published in Clinical Pediatrics, a well-respected, peer-reviewed medical journal.