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Morning Sickness Acupressure Wristbands

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If you are suffering from morning sickness and looking for a discreet natural solution, try our high-quality acupressure pregnancy wristbands.

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  • Can be worn discreetly
  • Size: One size
  • Colour: Black
  • Medical device: Class 1
  • Full instructions provided
  • Natural solution
  • Discreet shipping packaging
  • FREE UK SHIPPING when spending £24
    • Our bands are a listed medical device classification 1. 

      They can be used for different types of nausea:

      Morning sickness

      Travel sickness

      Motion sickness

      Chemotherapy sickness

      Post operative

      Vertigo

       

      Our wristbands use the principles of acupressure to counteract feelings of an upset tummy. 

      They have a metal stud, which apply gently pressure to the ‘Nei-Kuan’ points, which has allowed many people to feel relief. Our bands are made from high quality cotton, which elasticated and fit snug around the wrist and allows the metal stud to press down on the acupressure point.

      The bands must be worn on both wrists so that the stud is pressing downwards onto the ‘Nei-Kuan’ point.

    • Our acupressure wristbands are created to provide you support and nurture during this pivotal moment. 

       

      What is Acupressure?

      Acupressure is an alternative medicine technique derived from Asia over 5000 years ago. Traditional Chinese Medical theory describes special acupressure points that lie along channels in your body. It works by stimulating the meridian system to bring about relief and aid discomfort. This theory is based on traditional Chinese Medicine and similar to acupuncture…. but without the Needles!

      What is Morning Sickness?

      Pregnancy can be a positive, life-altering process, but for some women morning sickness can take away from the fun and enjoyment. The most common symptoms associated with morning sickness are nausea and vomitin. It’s not ideal, especially when you are coming to terms with your changing body and a cocktail of hormones. Did you know morning sickness is actually caused by hormones? It also affects more women than you might think, with 80% suffering with symptoms.

      Some women unfortunately suffer from something called Hyperemesis Gravidarum, which causes severe nausea that requires medical assistance.

      What Does The NHS Say?

      New NHS has suggested that acupressure may help reduce nausea and vomiting and can play a useful role in treating Morning Sickness. Acupressure, similar to acupuncture, involves wearing a special band or bracelet on your forearm may also be effective in reducing symptoms of nausea in pregnancy.

      What is Travel Sickness?

      Motion sickness is when the brain can't make sense of information sent from your eyes, ears and body. We rely on our senses to keep our balance and compute the environmental landscape, especially our eyes and ears. 

      The inner ear in particular, helps control your sense of balance. As it holds fluid which communicates to the brain if you are upside down etc. but if you are in a car or on a boat the motion is causing the fluid in the ears to move sending mixed messages to the brain then the eyes are communicating another message and the brain becomes confused causing the feelings of nausea and vomiting.

      Basically it's not a nice feeling and can really affect your travels and daily tasks, don’t worry as we have plenty of products you can try…

    • No ingredients - this is an all natural solution, which is discrete and great when on the move

    • The bands must be worn on both wrists and the chrome stud facing downwards onto the Nei-Kuan point. You may also gently press down on the stud for 30 seconds at a time to increase the pressure; this can further aid relief. Please note: Pressing downward on the Nei-Kuan point should never feel painful

      1. Place your index, middle & ring fingers on the inside of your wrist crease nearest the palm of the hand

      2. The Nei-Kuan point is located at the outer edge of the index finger between the two tendons

      3. Place the wristband stud on this point

      4. Repeat above steps for the other wrist

      If suffering from morning sickness we recommend you put them on when you first wake-up and wear all day.

      If wearing for travel sickness we recommend that you put the bands on 10 minutes before starting your journey.


      Wash care:

      Hand wash with a little soap, do not tumble dry and do not iron

    • Anti-morning sickness tips

      Morning sickness can be tiring and more than an inconvenience. These self-care tips can help control and alleviate symptoms.

      Sleep & rest

      Getting enough sleep will put your body is the best position to tackle morning sickness. Your body is going through a lot of changes and morning sickness is a side effect of that, listening to your body and knowing when to rest Isa great way to help alleviate feelings of nausea.

      Track your nausea 

      Knowing when you most commonly experience feelings of nausea and vomiting allow you to prepare more efficiently for your day as well as being able to notice your surroundings at these times and spot if anything is amplifying your symptoms.

      Eat foods that are dry 

      Certain foods like crackers and toast help alleviate symptoms of nausea as they don’t have strong flavours, fill you up and absorb stomach acid. 

      Anti travel sickness tips

      - Get fresh air

      - Avoid reading

      - Concentrate on the horizon so it gives the eyes a clear message to send to the brain

      - Face the direction you are travelling

      - Stay hydrated

      - Avoid heavy and greasy foods before travelling

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    Our acupressure wristbands are created to provide you support and nurture during this pivotal moment. 

     

    What is Acupressure?

    Acupressure is an alternative medicine technique derived from Asia over 5000 years ago. Traditional Chinese Medical theory describes special acupressure points that lie along channels in your body. It works by stimulating the meridian system to bring about relief and aid discomfort. This theory is based on traditional Chinese Medicine and similar to acupuncture…. but without the Needles!

    What is Morning Sickness?

    Pregnancy can be a positive, life-altering process, but for some women morning sickness can take away from the fun and enjoyment. The most common symptoms associated with morning sickness are nausea and vomitin. It’s not ideal, especially when you are coming to terms with your changing body and a cocktail of hormones. Did you know morning sickness is actually caused by hormones? It also affects more women than you might think, with 80% suffering with symptoms.

    Some women unfortunately suffer from something called Hyperemesis Gravidarum, which causes severe nausea that requires medical assistance.

    What Does The NHS Say?

    New NHS has suggested that acupressure may help reduce nausea and vomiting and can play a useful role in treating Morning Sickness. Acupressure, similar to acupuncture, involves wearing a special band or bracelet on your forearm may also be effective in reducing symptoms of nausea in pregnancy.

    What is Travel Sickness?

    Motion sickness is when the brain can't make sense of information sent from your eyes, ears and body. We rely on our senses to keep our balance and compute the environmental landscape, especially our eyes and ears. 

    The inner ear in particular, helps control your sense of balance. As it holds fluid which communicates to the brain if you are upside down etc. but if you are in a car or on a boat the motion is causing the fluid in the ears to move sending mixed messages to the brain then the eyes are communicating another message and the brain becomes confused causing the feelings of nausea and vomiting.

    Basically it's not a nice feeling and can really affect your travels and daily tasks, don’t worry as we have plenty of products you can try…

    No ingredients - this is an all natural solution, which is discrete and great when on the move

    The bands must be worn on both wrists and the chrome stud facing downwards onto the Nei-Kuan point. You may also gently press down on the stud for 30 seconds at a time to increase the pressure; this can further aid relief. Please note: Pressing downward on the Nei-Kuan point should never feel painful

    1. Place your index, middle & ring fingers on the inside of your wrist crease nearest the palm of the hand

    2. The Nei-Kuan point is located at the outer edge of the index finger between the two tendons

    3. Place the wristband stud on this point

    4. Repeat above steps for the other wrist

    If suffering from morning sickness we recommend you put them on when you first wake-up and wear all day.

    If wearing for travel sickness we recommend that you put the bands on 10 minutes before starting your journey.


    Wash care:

    Hand wash with a little soap, do not tumble dry and do not iron

    Anti-morning sickness tips

    Morning sickness can be tiring and more than an inconvenience. These self-care tips can help control and alleviate symptoms.

    Sleep & rest

    Getting enough sleep will put your body is the best position to tackle morning sickness. Your body is going through a lot of changes and morning sickness is a side effect of that, listening to your body and knowing when to rest Isa great way to help alleviate feelings of nausea.

    Track your nausea 

    Knowing when you most commonly experience feelings of nausea and vomiting allow you to prepare more efficiently for your day as well as being able to notice your surroundings at these times and spot if anything is amplifying your symptoms.

    Eat foods that are dry 

    Certain foods like crackers and toast help alleviate symptoms of nausea as they don’t have strong flavours, fill you up and absorb stomach acid. 

    Anti travel sickness tips

    - Get fresh air

    - Avoid reading

    - Concentrate on the horizon so it gives the eyes a clear message to send to the brain

    - Face the direction you are travelling

    - Stay hydrated

    - Avoid heavy and greasy foods before travelling

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