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We offer 6 different drug free seasickness relief products.  From the high tech FDA approved Relief Band to our low-tech Preggie pop lollypops, you'll feel confident knowing your choosing a drug free solution.         
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Relief Band  "New 2016" With Replaceable Batteries is an electronic watch device worn on the underside of the wrist.  It produces small electric pulses that stimulate the P6 Medium Nerve to relieve the nausea feeling associated with motion sickness. Now $94.99   Click Here to Order

On The Move is a blend of peppermint, ginger root, licorice root, valerian root, catnip and cayenne.  These natural herbs are combined to relieve the symptoms associated with seasickness. Discontinued

Magna Bands are adjustable acupressure bracelets with an 900 gauss magnetic button on each band.  The magnetic button stimulates the P6 acupressure point blocking nausea. $34.93

Preggie Pops are natural flavored lollipops in flavors known to ease nausea.  Preggie Pops are a convenient solution to ease nausea and alleviate dry mouth.  Available in 4 flavors. $9.25 (21 in a box)

Bio Band is a single adjustable band worn on the wrist.  There is a button on the band what stimulates the P6 acupressure point which relieves nausea.  $10.50

B~Natal -TheraPops(Cherry) and Lozenges (Green Apple) are a dietary supplement to relieve nausea during morning seasickness.  The vitamin B6 cherry therapop or green apple lozenges help the body soothe seasickness. $16.49 B6 Dietary 

Gin Gins hard ginger candy is the natural way to relieve seasickness.  Take them with you wherever you go and enjoy them whenever you feel nauseated.  These double strength hard ginger candies are made with all natural ingredients and are the perfect candies at home or when traveling. $4.49 

SEA Bands are a pair of elastic wrist bands with a small button attached.  The button is positioned to stimulate the P6 acupressure point.  This relieves the nausea associated with seasickness.  $9.95  
   

 

 More Information on seasickness

Who Gets seasickness and Why:

 

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seasickness affects about 50 to 80% of pregnant women.  No one really knows the exact cause of seasickness but it's probably due to a combination of the changes happening to your body, elevated levels of hormones and/or a more higher sensitivity to odors.

What is seasickness?

 

bulletNausea and vomiting during pregnancy is commonly called seasickness and affects about 50 to 80% of pregnant women.  Even though over 50% of woman suffer from seasickness, nobody knows the exact cause. 
bulletseasickness can happen any time of day.  Some women suffer for short periods of time while others suffer for several weeks.  seasickness usually starts around the 4th to 6th week and ends by the 14th to 16th week, although it can start at week 1 and last for the entire pregnancy.  It is a condition that can hamper a woman's lifestyle.
bulletFortunately, there are many treatments to help women deal with morning sickness.  Listed below are a few drug free treatments. Always talk to your healthcare provider before trying any treatments.

Things you can do to relieve seasickness:

   General things you can do to relieve the seasickness:

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Avoid warm places since heat can increase the nausea feelings.

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Get up slowly after eating to avoid seasickness (donít shake up your stomach).

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Get out of bed slowly in the morning.

  Meals and eating while you have seasickness

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Eat bland foods like saltine crackers when you feel nauseous.

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Eat dry crackers before getting up in the morning.

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Eat small meals during the day instead of 3 large meals.

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Never eat so you are too full and snack between meals so you are never too hungry.

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Do not skip meals; eat smaller meals during the day to avoid seasickness

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When hungry or craving, only eat a moderate amount of food.

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Try to get someone else to help prepare meals or order out so the odors donít effect you.

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Open windows when cooking and after eating to clear out the odors.

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Cooking in the microwave usually productes less odor.

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Avoid greasy, fried and spicy foods.

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Avoid rich, fatty foods, these attribute to seasickness

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Avoid foods with smells that bother you.

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Eating something salty before a meal could help.

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Donít drink while eating, but instead, have you liquid after your meal.

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Try Jell-O, popsicles, chicken broth, ginger ale, decaffeinated or herbal teas, pretzels.

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Try eating more carbohydrates like a plane baked potato, dry toast or white rice.

  Stay away from strong odors to avoid Morning Sickness

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Eat cold foods since hot foods smell more.

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Use the ventilation fan in the kitchen to avoid seasickness.

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Burn an herbal candle while cooking to mask the strong odor of food.

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Use an air purifier to reduce strong odors that attribute to seasickness.

  Drinking Liquids with seasickness

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Donít drink many fluids during your meal. Drink before and after you eat.

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Avoid dehydration; drink small amounts of liquids many times during the day to reduce the chance of morning sickness..

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Drinking non-caffeinated teas like ginger or peppermint can calm nausea.

  Sleep and Rest for seasickness

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Get plenty of rest.  Your body will be more prepared to deal with morning sickness.

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If you canít sleep well at night, take naps during the day (but not right after eating)

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Try to reduce your stress level.  Stress is a definite contributor to seasickness.

  Natural Remedies for Motion Sickness:

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Acupressure Relief:

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  Relief Band

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  Bio Band

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  Magna Band

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  Sea Band

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Herbal Relief:

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  Ginger Capsules (Sailorís Secret)

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  On the Move (Herbal Capsules)

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  Preggie Pops (Lollipops)

Ginger / Herbal:  Ginger and other Herbs are natural products that have been used throughout history to ease symptoms of seasickness.  The government does not regulate these products as they do with prescription medications.  Although the government does not regulate these products, there is no evidence that ginger causes any problems if taken during pregnancy for the moderate relief of nausea or vomiting.  As always, check with your doctor before taking any medication during your pregnancy.

Acupressure: Acupressure is applied by stimulating the P6 point on your wrist.  This stimulation blocks the nausea signal from going to the brain.  This is accomplished by wearing a bracelet with a button that stimulates the P6 point on the underside of your wrist.  This can be very effective on some women but does not work on every expectant mother.

 

 

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