NoMo(TM) Bands announces that it has updated its natural nausea-relief wrist bands to help those suffering from a hangover. The wrist bands utilize three holistic modalities to effectively remove migraines and reduce the compulsion to vomit.
More details can be found at https://nomonausea.com
The updated collection safely addresses the physiological reasons for hangovers and the effects they bring. The first thing it addresses is the migraines caused by dehydration. Since alcohol is a diuretic, people who drink too much may develop a headache. The bands feature an uplifting peppermint scent which has been studied to reduce the effects of nausea.
Secondly, the bands leverage complementary and alternative medicine to trigger a specific point on the underside of the wrist called the P6 point. Scientists have noted that pressure applied to this point can relieve nausea and headaches.
This is especially important for those who may have drunk too much alcohol the night before. Numerous studies have found that alcoholic beverages produce a compound called acetaldehyde which triggers an inflammatory response in the body. When in excess, acetaldehyde can cause dizziness, motion sickness, and light and sound sensitivity.
According to studies, different alcoholic beverages produce various levels of acetaldehyde, with beer producing the least amounts to whiskey having the highest. Those who drink are warned that the higher the acetaldehyde levels are, the more severe the inflammatory response will be.
NoMo wrist bands are scientifically proven to relieve nausea. White papers have been written on its therapeutic benefits for those who suffer from dizziness and motion sickness. It is even recommended for those suffering from post-operative vomiting.
With its updated collection, NoMo Bands continues its mission of providing a safe and effective solution for nausea.
A satisfied customer wrote. “Please help yourself with this product if you are suffering from nausea: whether you’re pregnant, have cancer and are on chemotherapy, are sick and on so many pills that cause nausea, or if you suffer from any of the other and many causes of nausea.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://nomonausea.com
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