The Relief Band is a wearable bracelet that has been proven to relieve nausea and vomiting. This band can be worn in a variety of situations in order to prevent and calm the effects of certain medical conditions that can result in feeling nauseous and experience vomiting. It is a great alternative having to use medications and drugs in order to relieve vomiting which helps those who cannot take drugs such as those who are pregnant or undergoing chemotherapy.
The cost of Relief Band is $174.99 plus $9.95 shipping, for a total price of $184.94.
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The Relief Band is a natural and organic way to relieve nausea and vomiting. No need to take over the counter medications or drugs in order to relieve these common conditions when wearing this band. This is beneficial to those who experience nausea and vomiting, however, are not to take medications for their conditions, especially those with chemotherapy and those who are pregnant.
This product has a 30-day money back guarantee if the customer is not entirely satisfied. The customer can contact the company's customer service department by phone or through their online messaging system. The customer would be eligible to get their money refunded, however, would need to pay for the shipping and handling costs to return the item.
The Reliefband provides relief of nausea without the use of drugs of medications. This wristband can be used safely by a variety of different people in different situations. It can provide relief while traveling, such as going on road trips, plane rides and traveling by boat. This wristband can also help cancer patients when experiencing the effects of chemotherapy. This wristband can even help pregnant women with the effects of sickness experienced during pregnancy. Lastly, the Reliefband can be used for fun and amusement. For instance, it can be worn while going on roller coasters or using virtual reality programs.
The band is created with hypoallergenic material and can be worn all day long.
The Reliefband starts working when the user begins to wear the band. This wristband delivers proprietary pulses which then signal to the median nerve at a particular location on the underside of the wrist. The location is derived from acupressure points and it is the Pericardium 6 or Nei Guan (P6) point which is commonly used to relieve nausea and vomiting. These pulses travel to the brain through the body's nervous system which in turn signals to the stomach. Subsequently, the brain signals have a rebalancing effect which normalizes nerve message from the brain to the stomach. This normalization reduces the symptoms of nausea and can decrease the likelihood of vomiting.
The first step in beginning to use the Reliefband is to open the packaging and review the instructions. The instructions will outline what off of the indicators mean which light up on the smart band. This band will need to be charge completely prior to its first use. It can be plugged into an operating computer from its USB cord or directly into the wall with a USB adapter.
Once completely charged the band is ready to use. The wristband can be fastened snug onto the wrist. There is an indicator that will appear on the screen when the battery is low and it needs to be charged.
The user can adjust the intensity of the band depending on how nauseated they feel. There are buttons on the right of the wristband to increase or decrease the intensity.
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