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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