FAST RELIEF FROM THE NAUSEA OF

VIRTUAL REALITY

GAMING

WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY FOR THE TREATMENT OF MOTION SICKNESS

Just slip it on your wrist, adjust the intensity to suit your individual needs and within minutes you’ll be feeling better.

WHY DOES VR SIM GAMING CAUSE MOTION SICKNESS?

A CONFLICT BETWEEN WHAT YOU SEE AND WHAT YOU FEEL

YOUR VISION

The amazing 3-D graphics of virtual reality are so realistic that what you see fools your brain into believing that you are actually moving.

YOUR BALANCE

However in “real reality” you’re just sitting in your chair and so the balance organ located in your middle ear, sends a signal to the brain that says you are not moving at all.

SENSORY CONFLICT

The brain has a built-in safety mechanism that interprets this “sensory conflict” between what we see and what we feel as a sign that the body has been poisoned.

YOUR GUT REACTION

What do you do if you’ve been poisoned? Try to get rid of it. And that’s exactly what the brain does – instructs the stomach to throw up!

QUICKLY BACK IN CONTROL

WITHOUT DRUGS, WITHOUT DELAY

Recommended by doctors, Reliefband works without drugs and uses the body’s natural processes to control nausea without the side effects of drugs.

Worn on the underside of your wrist, gentle pulses balance the signals that cause nausea and vomiting so you’re back in control of your body within a few minutes.

Comfortable, adjustable and easy to use, Reliefband comes with five different settings so you can adjust it precisely to your body’s needs.

How To Use Reliefband

How Reliefband Works

Reliefband is an FDA cleared wearable that uses clinically proven technology called neuromodulation to treat motion sickness. The technology was developed for use in hospitals and uses the body’s own natural neural pathways to “turn off” nausea.

Watch our 60 second video and see exactly how Reliefband works without drugs and without delay.

  1. The Reliefband® delivers gentle pulses to the median nerve at the P6 presure point  located on the underside of the wrist.
  2. These pulses signal the “nausea control center” of the brain.1
  3. There the signals modulate the neural pathways between the brain and the stomach, via the vagus nerve, restoring normal gastric rhythm and relieving nausea.2, 3

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References

  1. Yoo SS, Teh EK, Blinder RA, et al. NeuroImage. 2004; 22: 932-940.

  2. Koch KM. Dig Dis & Sci. 1990;44(8):53S-7S.

  3. Hu S, Stern RM, Koch KL, et al. Gastroenterology. 1992; 102(8):1855-58.