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Motion Sickness in Your Head? 3D Movies & Nausea

Feb 01, 2016


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How does NoMo Motion Sickness sounds? People with vertigo or those who get motion sickness are advised not to do see 3D movies (which is no fun). Even though your body isn’t moving, 3D movies are designed to fake out your eyes making you think you actually are in fact moving. Your cranial nerves control the 3D effect and the Chemoreceptor Trigger Zone (aka the CTZ) also accepts signals from its neighbor. The NoMo Nausea Band servers as drug-free gateway to an enjoyable 3D movie.

Did you know peppermint aromatherapy has been a natural remedy for headaches for years. The menthol within the peppermint oil is a vasodilator, which relaxes smooth muscle contraction.  When you sniff the NoMo Nausea Band oxygen is being sent directly to your brain. It just so happens that the apneustic center (the part in your brain that deals with all things breathing wise) and the CTZ (puke center of the brain) are neighbors. This friendship is good yet bad. Bad because headaches frequently cause nausea and vomiting. Good because when you breath in the peppermint aromatherapy not only is it bringing oxygen to the brain but it is able to quickly reach the puke center of the brain soothing it. Just one more reason to use the NoMo Nausea Band during that 3D movie.

Oh and NoMo Nausea can help with the popcorn, soda, and candy belly ache post 3D movie too :)


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