Reliefband Treats Nausea & Morning Sickness

There are many home remedies that you might have Googled for nausea, retching, and vomiting caused by morning or motion sickness, but there’s only one that’s been clinically proven, and that’s the Reliefband.

Reliefband’s FDA-cleared technology is designed to accommodate people who are deeply affected by nausea, allowing them to travel without the fear of sickness, allowing them to enjoy that 3-day cruise, or even to just an evening without terrible irritating stomach pains. The new wearable has been updated in its design to include two new products: Reliefband Travel and the Reliefband Sport. The technology applies accurately programmed pulses with highly specific waveforms, frequency and intensity to modulate the median nerve on the underside of the wrist. This precise activity (technically referred to as “neuromodulation”) uses the body’s natural neural pathways to block the waves of nausea produced by the stomach. What’s remarkable about the Reliefband is that it’s completely drug-free, meaning no side effects such as drowsiness or constipation.

The Travel version of the Reliefband is a limited use wearable that is designed for casual travelers that work for casual wear for 48 hours up to seven days. This specific model includes non-rechargeable batteries that are ideal for vacationers, and can otherwise be disposed of after your trip.

The Sport model is a waterproof version that comes complete with a built-in rechargeable battery that boasts six intensity levels that can be toggled on to allow you to find the precise setting to fit your needs. It can also be customized from the band to the case to match your own personal style.

The Reliefband Travel models, 48-hour ($39.99), 72-hour ($49.99) and 7-Day ($69.99), will be available for purchase in early 2020. The Reliefband Sport will be priced at $149.99 and will be available for purchase in mid-2020.

via Reliefband


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