Apply acupressure to the famous Neiguan (Neikuan) acupressure point on the wrists.
Complete freedom of movement.
No side effects.
Pressure-applying Button is a 900 gauss magnet.
The Acupressure-applying magnetic button (900 gauss) is designed for temporary relief of Nausea, motion sickness, stress, headaches, etc. Its aim is to provide effective nausea control for sufferers from all forms of motion sickness without causing drowsiness or other side effects. In the theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine, simple pressure on this point on the wrist relieves nausea.
Your Anti-Nausea Wrist Bands are specially designed bracelets with an attached anatomically designed magnetic nugget. They are best worn as a preventative device. However, the Acupressure Magnetic Anti-Nausea Wrist Bands can also be effective if worn after the symptoms have occurred. For car sickness, put them on before the trip; for air sickness, before the flight; for sea sickness, before boarding the boat.
The Acupressure Magnetic Anti-Nausea Wrist Bands work by applying a constant, deep but gentle pressure to the Nei-Guan (Nei-Kuan) acupressure point as a method of treating the symptoms of motion sickness and morning sickness such as nausea, dizziness, and cold clammy sweating.
The Acupressure Magnetic Anti-Nausea Wrist Bands must be worn on both wrists. The magnetic button should be placed over the NEI-GUAN (NEI-KUAN) point in each wrist.
To find the NEI-GUAN point, place your middle three fingers on the inside of each wrist with the edge of the third finger on the wrist crease. The NEI-GUAN point is just under the edge of your index finger between the two central tendons. Position the magnetic button facing downward over the NEI-GUAN point.
Simply slip onto wrists, position, and enjoy your travel. No complicating buckles or adjustments and one size fits all. Handy carrying case included. Includes 1 pair of wrist bands. For adult wrists 5" or larger.
Basis in the Theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine
One of the claims of Traditional Chinese Medicine most tested by Western methods (Evidence-Based Medicine reviews) is the efficacy of stimulation of the acupressure point P-6 (Nei Guan) in giving relief from nausea.