Post-Operative Nausea from Anesthesia Quite Common

Wednesday 20 August 2014

Nausea and vomiting following surgery is not uncommon in the first 24 to 48 hours. In fact, according to Medscape*, it is one of the most common causes of patient dissatisfaction with anesthesia, occurring in about one-third (30%) all of anesthesia-related procedures (even up to 80% in those in more high risk situations).

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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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New Study Proves Acupressure (using Sea-Band) Relieves Migraine Nausea

Monday 05 August 2013

Do you suffer from migraine with the debilitating side effect of nausea? Chances are, if you haven’t, someone you know probably has, as migraine-related nausea affects roughly 75% of migraine sufferers*. Migraine nausea can leave individuals uncomfortable and unable to go about their daily activities and ultimately, impact their lifestyle.

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How to help kids with migraine nausea

Monday 14 January 2013

For adults, it’s often that first tingle, then aura…the onset of another migraine headache with nausea. Unfortunately, children can often miss the warning signs of a migraine that allow for early treatment; making it harder for them to bounce back from migraines and their side effects like nausea.

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