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Drug Free Motion Sickness Remedy

Since these products are all natural, more than one product can be used at the same time.   We have collected the most popular over the counter DRUG FREE solutions to relieve the symptoms related to motion sickness.  The products below fall into three categories, acupressure, homeopathic and herbal solutions to relieve motion sickness.  These products are very effective drug free solutions to reduce or eliminate motion sickness.  Just select the one that's most comfortable for you. 

 

ACC-Stimulation Herbal Solutions

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. (Includes Reliefband, Gel, Batteries & Instructions) Now $94.99

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bullet Replaceable Batteries

Relief Band Kit for $99.99 (Included Reliefband with batteries and gel tube). Plus 2 Extra Batteries and 1 Extra Gel Tube.

Motion Eaze: Motion Eaze uses natural oils applied behind the ear to relieve the symptoms of motion sickness (40 applications). $14.99

 

 

Acupressure Solutions

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 associated with motion sickness. $25.00

Quease Ease: Aromatic Inhaler to relieve motion sickness.  At the first sign of queasiness, take off the cap an take a couple of deep breaths.  Use as often as necessary. $18.99 

 

SEA Bands are a pair of elastic wrist bands with a small button attached.  The button is positioned to stimulate the P6 acupressure point to relieve the nausea associated with motion sickness.  $9.95 Queasy Pops: Queasy Pops are effective due to our special formulation of essential oils from natural herbs and aromatherapy. $ 9.25
 

Sailors Secret : Natural Premium Ginger capsules that reduce the symptoms due to motion sickness (36 capsules). $ 12.12

 

A special treat for the ginger lover.Gin Gins hard ginger candy is the natural way to relieve motion sickness.  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

 

 

   

What is Motion Sickness

 Motion sickness is dizziness, nausea and possibly vomiting that occurs when traveling in a moving vehicle such as a car, boat, or airplane.  Each form of transportation seems to have its own specific term (car sickness, sea sickness, altitude sickness) but all refer to the same problem.  The term “motion sickness” will be used throughout this material to refer to all of these forms of sickness.  The specific terms will be used only when the material is unique to that form of sickness.

Motion sickness is usually just a minor annoyance and does not signify any serious medical illness.  Symptoms are often treatable and, even when not treated, the symptoms go away shortly after the motion stops.  However, severe cases and those that become progressively worse deserve the attention of a physician with specialized skills in diseases of the ear, nose, throat, equilibrium, and neurological systems.

What Causes Motion Sickness?

Motion sickness is a conflict between your senses.  The brain relies on messages from your inner ear, muscles, and eyes to tell it how your body is moving. When any of these systems send different messages, you can get queasy.

Some examples include:

·         If you're reading in the car, your inner ear knows you're moving, but your muscles think that you are sitting still and your eyes don't see anything moving because they're looking at the page.

·         On an airplane or in the cabin of a boat or ship, your inner ear senses the motion, but your eyes only see the cabin, which looks stationary.  Your body may sense rolling motions that you cannot see from inside a cabin.

·         Conversely, during a "virtual reality" simulation, your eyes perceive movement that your body (inner ear and muscles) does not experience.

These conflicting signals end up at the nausea center of the brain and motion sickness is the result.

Motion sickness can be understood in more technical terms.  Our brains and body rely on the vestibular apparatus, the three semicircular canals of the inner ear, to maintain our balance.  Each canal detects our position within a certain plane of space, also known as our spatial orientation.  This allows us to move around in a three-dimensional world while remaining balanced. 

Each of the three canals is responsible for detecting a particular plane of space (up/down, left/right, front/back).  Within each of these canals are small calcium deposits that are called otoliths (ear stones). Anytime we move out of a particular plane of space these little stones move and nerve transmissions send signals to our brain.  In most situations of movement, this is not a problem for the brain to handle. However, in some situations in which movement is chaotic (like in a boat, car or airplane) the brain may misinterpret the nerve transmissions.  For some this may eventually cause queasiness, nausea and possibly vomiting.

As noted earlier, our sense of sight can contribute to our brain’s confusion about our position and movement.  Some smells can also contribute to the onset of nausea and vomiting, so it’s best to avoid nauseating odors. 

 

Symptoms of Motion Sickness

Motion sickness produces a whole range of symptoms, of which nausea and vomiting are the most severe. Symptoms generally follow a path of increasing severity.  Abrupt vomiting without early warning or the presence of other symptoms is rare, usually only occurring in space flight and other zero-G situations.

Early indications of motion sickness onset may include:

bullet Pallor (paleness, especially in the face)
bullet Headache
bullet Increased salivation and swallowing
bullet Eructation (the medical term for belching and burping)
bullet Flatulence (the medical term for passing gas)
bullet Feeling Faint
bullet Feeling cold and clammy
bullet Breaking out in sweat, especially on the upper lip or forehead
bullet Yawning and drowsiness OR feeling giddy or restless

 As symptoms build, the following may occur: 

bullet Upset stomach
bullet Nausea (the sensation associated with anticipation of vomiting)
bullet Emesis (the medical term for vomiting)
bullet Retching (unproductive vomiting movements or dry heaves).