Motion Sickness Bands
Try Anti-Motion Sickness Bands to Relieve your Motion Sickness Woes
Many motion sickness medications used to treat motion sickness have side effects such as dizziness, blurred vision, and dry
mouth. Why should relatively healthy individuals subject themselves to these side effects? An alternative treatment such as acupressure may help in these situations.
Using the same technique of acupuncture but without the needles, the ancient Chinese art of acupressure relies on the pressing of certain spots on the body to relieve your medical ailments. Most motion sickness bands out on the market contain a pea sized nodule that presses against an acupressure spot located roughly three finger widths away from your wris
t on your inner arm. In Chinese medicine this spot is called the “Nei Guan”. Rubbing or pressure against this spot is used to treat a variety of symptoms including the relief of vomiting, nausea, chest pains, pre-menstrual pains, and even insomnia.
Below we list out a few of the more popular anti motion sickness bands currently out on the market.
If you are looking for a relatively inexpensive way to treat your motion sickness woes without those nasty side effects from medication, go out and get yourself an anti-motion sickness band.