Holiday Gift Guide: Reliefband

Stephs Cheers and Jeers was provided the samples mentioned in this post in return for an unbiased review.

I have suffered from motion sickness for YEARS! I often get really car sick and I’ve grown frustrated with medications that don’t work. This has caused issues in my life especially if I want to travel so when I came across Reliefband I was really excited to give their product a try.

Reliefband is a highly effective, clinically tested and FDA cleared wearable device that helps treat nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness, pregnancy, VR Gaming, vertigo and more. I gotta say at first I was SUPER skeptical, I wasn’t sure how this little device was going to help but I was eager to try it. 

Reliefband uses a technology called neuromodulation that was developed for use in hospitals that uses the body’s own natural neural pathways to “turn off” nausea. It works by delivering gentle pulses to the median nerve at the P6 pressure point located on the underside of the wrist, these pulses send a signal to the “nausea control center” of the brain which then modulates the neural pathways between the brain and the stomach, via the vagus nerve, thus relieving nausea.

I was super excited to try Reliefband, I was actually patiently waiting for my next motion sickness spell so I could give it a try and sure enough a few days after receiving it one hit while I was out shopping. I carry Reliefband with me in my purse everywhere I go because most of the time motion sickness will strike randomly when I am out running errands. In the past, I would have to rush home and typically end up napping for the rest of the day but I broke out Reliefband and sure enough, 10-15 minutes after wearing it my motion sickness went away and I was able to resume by errands. I was completely blown away by how well it worked and it has since helped me multiple times

You can purchase Reliefband for $94.99 and I highly recommend it!

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