You will need to add the following pallets:
node-red-contrib-hubitat (@fblackburn's hard work: Node-RED nodes for hubitat)
Some sort of notification method. I use Join on Android.
I added Hubitat Device Nodes for each Wyze Sense device. Basically, I have it setup so that any activity from any of the Wyze sensors will reset the mytimeout timer. The mytimeout timer allows you to send on a message at a warning threshold and final. I use a 4 hour warning and 6 hour final and get a text message at each point.
Then, in Hubitat I created a virtual switch called WyzeSense Rebooter. I next created another Node Red Sequence that triggers when WyzeSense Rebooter turns on (it turns off 2 seconds later automatically). That triggers a Hubitat Command Node that disconnects Telnet, waits 10 second, triggers another Command Node to reconnect Telnet, waits 20 seconds, then a 3rd Command Node to restart bridge.
If you do this, your Hubitat nodes will look different. In the original, all of the nodes are the same color but have different icons. I change it so that the backgrounds for each node type are different but all have the Hubitat logo icon. Blue are device nodes and red/orange are command nodes. I don't use them here but my Mode Nodes are yellow. It makes it easier for me to distiguish the node types.
I am new to Node Red so this might not be the quickest and most efficient way to do it but it works. You could probably do it with a lot less nodes using Function Nodes but to me, if I am using a Function Node, I am going against the point of Node Red being a graphical way to create code. Plus I have no idea how to write JSON.
Finally, even if you decide that you don't want to do this, I highly recommend going ahead and downloading the Hubitat pallet that @fblackburn created. It has simplified a bunch of the sequences that I had already created using HTTP requests and allowed me to make new sequences that I wouldn't have attempted otherwise. I believe that I have been able to take a lot of stress off of my hub. That thread I linked to has lots of great info and is over 400 posts long as of today.