Psi Bands Offer Relief to Morning Sickness

Dec 03, 2010
If you are one of those women, who experience morning sickness, there is no reason to suffer in silence, even if the condition will last only several months. Although, in most cases morning sickness during the first trimester is not harmful, many women feel exhausted and miserable during this period.

There are many ways to relieve nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, but if you want to cope with it without drugs, you can try using Psi Bands. Psi Bands are acupressure bands that use pressure on certain points to help your body cope with the condition naturally.

It is known that wrist acupressure increases tolerance to nausea and reduces the symptoms of morning sickness. Psi Bands (pronounced "Sigh Bands") were developed by two moms-to-be, who wanted to create a drug-free morning sickness cure. The Psi Bands measure 5 ¼ inches up to 8 ¼ inches in diameter and are waterproof, so that you can wear it anywhere. They come in a wide range of colors and look quite fashionable.

They are suitable not only for pregnant women, but for everyone, who suffers from motion sickness while travelling or experience nausea and vomiting during chemotherapy treatment and anesthesia.