Avoid Car Sickness on Your Next Road Trip

Wednesday 13 August 2014

According to the AAA, the average American takes about 3.5 road trips each summer. You might cringe at that thought, however, if you are one of the more than 53 million Americans who experience some type of motion sickness, which typically includes queasiness in the car.

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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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Back to School Basics: Beating Motion Sickness

Tuesday 03 September 2013

As the school year kicks off, morning traffic will begin to fill with bright yellow school buses which can be the source of great childhood memories and unfortunately, motion sickness. An estimated 53 million people suffer from motion sickness and children, ages 2-12 are one of the most susceptible groups. However, thanks to Sea-Band, as kids take their first ever, or first-of-the-year bus ride, everyone can worry a little less knowing that nausea, due to motion sickness, missed the bus.

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