treat Morning & Motion Sickness!

Do you know what I have in common with a pregnant woman?

NAUSEA!! I thought after having kids I would get rid of that annoying Morning Sickness sensation, but it seems like it got even worse! I have motion sickness so bad that I can’t  ride as a passenger in a car, rock on a chair, or even swing on the swing without turning green. I’ve even had a few episodes when I was driving myself long distances.. it’s  ridiculous. But I don’t know why I am complaining to you, a lot of you have the same issue!! But don’t worry I found a drug free option to help treat it!

treat morning sickness!

It’s called a ReliefBand, and after carefully testing it  I can safely say that it helps prevent and relieve nausea! So how does this little band work? The ReliefBand uses accurately programmed pulses with highly specific waveform, frequency, and intensity to stimulate the median nerve on the underside of the wrist. This precise activity uses the body’s natural neural pathways to block the waves of nausea produced by stomach. I used it as prevention when getting into the car, and I also put it on after my stomach was already feeling queasy and both times it left me with relief.

I tested in on my vacation.. want to see?

I wore it in the car:

headed on vacation? Get yourself the ReliefBand to stop Motion Sickness before it sets in.

and on the water:

 ReliefBand eliminates Motion Sickness on the water!

I just wish I had the ReliefBand when I was pregnant!

That would have had made my first two trimesters so much easier!  But fortunately now YOU can be better prepared sinnce  ReliefBand is a safe non-drug alternative that has been heavily tested. To read more about the Relief band or to get yourself one you can check it out here!

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