Reliefband®- How It Works

Reliefband®- How It Works

Reliefband®- How It Works

Horsham, PA (November 2021)- If you’ve ever experienced nausea and vomiting- whether from motion sickness, anxiety, morning sickness or another condition- you know how quickly your body can turn from calm and balanced to a red alert crisis mode. 

Reliefband’s technology is here to keep those awful feelings at bay. You may have heard of the benefits of acupressure on certain points in the body, but have you heard of acustimulation? Reliefband uses a unique process called transdermal neuromodulation acustimulation to achieve these benefits, with a much higher, quicker success rate and greater precision. 

The Reliefband works by sending a gentle pulse to the P6 location on the median nerve in the underside of the wrist. You’ll know it’s working when you feel a tingling in your hand and middle fingers. 

This pulse is actually using your body’s natural neural pathways to travel to the emetic center in the brain, which is also known as the “vomiting center.” Here, it sends the opposite signals that your brain is sending your stomach that tell you that you’re sick. Science!

While using the Reliefband, you’ll feel the pulse of the stimulation every few seconds- this specific frequency allows the body to continue to respond to the therapy, even after years of use.

One of the best features of the Reliefband? Unlike other treatments, the therapy can be used to reverse nausea and vomiting symptoms that are already present. In other words, you can put it on after you’re already feeling sick and within 5-15 minutes, feel better again! 

If you’re suffering from nausea and/or vomiting from motion sickness like car, air, sea and amusement ride sickness, anxiety, morning sickness, chemotherapy, post-op, migraines or hangovers, try Reliefband. It just may become your new favorite piece of technology. 



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