Sea-Band Reduces Migraine-Related Nausea

Wednesday 16 April 2014

On paper, migraines are defined as recurrent, throbbing headaches that can sometimes be accompanied by disturbed vision, sensitivity to light and nausea. In real life, migraines are often life altering experiences that can put daily activities on hold.  In fact, 90% of people who suffer from migraines report that they have experienced nausea during a migraine attack, with a third of them feeling nauseous with each occurrence*. This nausea is not only debilitating for sufferers, but can even interfere with their ability to take (and keep down) oral migraine medication.

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Nausea Relief Doesn’t Need to Come with Side Effects

Friday 28 March 2014

A recent article in the New York Times Well blog talked about a variety of drugs and options for relieving motion sickness, but nausea relief is tricky. Sure, some drugs will quell the queasiness, but then you are often left with the side effects -- drowsiness and dry mouth.  If you go the ginger ale route, you will be disappointed, because most ginger ale today actually contains no real ginger.  So, that begs the question: can you get effective nausea relief for motion sickness, morning sickness, migraines and similar without the side effects?  Yes, with Sea-Band acupressure wrist bands and ginger gum.

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Smooth Sailing with Sea-Band

Monday 10 February 2014

Cruisers rejoice, “wave season” is upon us! It’s that time of year when cruise lines often offer special discounts and incentives for future travel by ship, so it may be time to book if you’ve wanted to try a cruise. Concurrently, this time of year is also when many vacationers wave bon voyage to escape the winter’s cold. Whether you’re planning for your next cruise or making your way to port, here are some tips* to keep the sailing smooth...

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You Are What You Eat for Morning Sickness

Thursday 16 January 2014

What, when and how you eat can either improve or worsen the symptoms for the 80%* of expectant moms who deal with morning sickness, which can range from queasiness to vomiting, day or night, mainly for the first trimester of pregnancy. The experts at AmericanPregnancy.org and WebMD suggest that you...

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