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Psi Bands Drug-Free Wrist Bands for the Relief of Nausea
4.00 / 5 based on 7 Reviews
Going out? This band is our multi-gender band. You ll love these bands for their classic style. Wear them with anything - jeans, suits, cocktail dresses, and it will blend in perfectly. Dress them up or dress them down while you "Breathe a Psi of Relief"! Psi Bands® Drug-Free Wrist Bands for the Relief of Nausea Psi Bands are indicated for the relief of nausea due to morning sickness , motion sickness/travel, chemotherapy, and post-operative nausea from anesthesia. Drug-free Comfortable Adjustable - around the wrist like a watch & at the acupressure point - adjust the dial to choose the amount of pressure for personalized comfort. Waterproof - no more soggy wrist bands Fashionable - 5 fun styles from which to choose Reusable The Psi Bands Story Psi Bands were created by two fashion-forward moms-to-be looking for a drug-free way see more...
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- "I was desperate in my first trimester and needed a solution to help with the nausea, so I tried these out." in 2 reviews
- "i had miserable morning sickness, for the whole time, now ive seen people use these and they worked for them however they didnt work for me and were uncomfortable to wear as well. " in 1 review
I have had severe Hypermesis throughout my pregnancy. I found these while purchasing Three Lollies Preggie Pop Drops, Natural Green Apple, 21 Count at Target and decided to give them a try. They helped a ton! They were not quite as comfortable as the Sea-Band The Original Wristband but I felt they worked better because you can adjust the tightness like a watch band and the pressure with an easy to use dial. I have these in black which I like because I feel like they are less noticeable and match everything. The only big issue I had was that the plastic material caused alot of uncomfortable sweating.
I found out about these before my husband and I went to Mexico. I have had severe motion sickness on previous trips when we went snorkeling, so I bought these for our time on the water. They worked great! It was so disappointing last time to be too sea sick to enjoy snorkeling and they saved our day this time. I also wear these now that I'm pregnant. in the beginning they worked great. I was so sick at times without them I couldn't get out of bed. These help me get through my work day and keep the nausea at bay. They are definitely a good purchase for newly pregnant ladies. Plus these are plastic as opposed to the fabric sea bands, which I think just holds germs and is a little gross. I like that I can wipe these down or even wear them in the shower. I got the pretty striped ones at Target!
I was very sick my first trimester and didn't want to resort to drugs to help with my nausea. My mom told me to get some of these PSI bands because they help her with motion sickness... Let me tell you, these definitely work! You have to find the right place to put them, & not put them on too tight or else they will hurt. I'm glad to have them now in case I'm pregnant again
I was desperate in my first trimester and needed a solution to help with the nausea, so I tried these out. You have to have them in the correct place on your wrist to work, it is the constant pressure on a particular pressure point that helps to relieve nausea, however it is also uncomfortable. I have sensitive skin so the moisture build up underneath the band made me take them off.
I had horrible morning sickness. These worked but they hurt to wear after awhile and left these marks on my wrist from only wearing them a short amount of time. Thank God that my morning sickness went away a few weeks after caving in a buying these
I had miserable morning sickness, for the whole time, now ive seen people use these and they worked for them however they didn't work for me and were uncomfortable to wear as well.
Drugs are really harmful during pregnancy so this was the best thing I ever found! I would get so nauseaus, but almost as soon as I put these on, I felt fine
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