Sea-Band Mama Drug Free
Morning Sickness Relief
Made in UK
Get a Helping Hand to Relieve
Your Morning Sickness
For many pregnant women, morning sickness is not just a problem in the morning. In
some cases ‘morning sickness’ can last all day, and can range from feeling nauseaous
to actually vomiting many times a day. In many countries, up to 80% of women will
suffer from ‘morning sickness’ or pregnancy sickness.
Sea-Band may help to reduce both feelings of nausea, and may reduce vomiting as well.
Many expectant mothers suffer from morning sickness and most find their symptoms
ease at around week 14, but for an unlucky few nausea and vomiting may continue
throughout the pregnancy. Scientific studies have proved that one of the most effective
drug-free treatments is Acupressure on the P6 (Nei-Kuan) point between the two central
tendons near the wrist.
In the UK, acupressure was first scientifically proven useful for this condition by the
late Professor John Dundee from Queens University, Belfast. An Italian study has also
found that morning sickness was reduced in 70% of women who used Sea-Bands.
The plastic stud on Sea-Bands applies continuous pressure on each wrist preventing or
relieving the feeling of nausea. Recommended by midwives and pregnant women around
the world, the Sea-Band Mama! acupressure wrist band provides a natural choice for
effective morning sickness relief
How to Position Your Sea-Bands
Here’s how to find the acupressure point (called The Nei-Kuan Point). Place your
middle three fingers on the inside of your wrist with the edge of the third finger
just below the first wrist crease. The Nei-Kuan point is located underneath your
first (index) finger in-between the two wrist tendons.
Position the plastic stud facing inward over The Nei-Kuan Point. Repeat for your
other wrist. One band must be worn on each wrist to be e!ective.
Sea-Band takes between two and five minutes to become effective. A better result
is achieved if the band is in place before your nausea commences. Greater relief can
be gained if necessary by applying extra pressure to the plastic stud.
Sea-Bands Pregnancy Tips
Morning Sickness During Her Pregnancy
If your spouse is suffering from morning sickness, do not worry it is quite normal,
even if it is incorrectly named. Quite often morning sickness is not restricted to
just the morning, so do not be surprised if you find that your spouse is feeling nauseous
or is vomiting in the afternoon, evening or night.
We understand that it can be hard to watch her suffer from morning sickness. Depending
on severity, the symptoms of morning sickness will normally have disappeared by week
16. Until then, here are a few things you can do to help her cope:
Encourage and remind her to drink plenty of fluids
Help her maintain a good diet, choosing foods that are nutritious for pregnancy.
Remember that during pregnancy her sense of smell will be heightened and as such learn
which smells make her nauseous or queasy. Avoid them where possible!
If she is still eating three larger meals per day, it may help to alleviate her morning
sickness if she alters her eating pattern and has smaller, more regular meals. Typically
fatty and spicy foods are common triggers for morning sickness. Sea-Band acupressure
wristbands are clinically proven to help relieve her morning sickness. If she is not
already wearing them, you might score some Brownie Points
Last Updated @ 5/24/2018 11:52:50 AM