This new wristband provides motion sickness relief

I was recently sent a new product to try: the newest version of the Reliefband, a wristband that uses patented, clinically-proven, FDA-cleared technology to treat motion sickness. Originally developed for use in hospitals, the Reliefband alters nerve activity through targeted delivery of gentle pulses to the underside of the wrist to “turn off” feelings of nausea, retching and vomiting. It works quickly without side effects.

I haven’t tried it myself, but by all accounts it’s great for travelers prone to motion sickness on boats, cars, planes, or whatever. It’s currently retailing for $174.99. Here’s more, in video:

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1 Comment On "This New Wristband Provides Relief From Motion Sickness"
  1. Suzan|

    Interesting device. High end version of sea bands. Wonder if this would help those with meinures and nausea from vestibular migraines and migraine related nausea which behaves like motion sickness that my family deals with

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