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Avoiding Seasickness

Take anticonvulsant medication and your heart beats for the ocean air? No problem, the solution is right in front of you. The NoMoNausea band is used to eliminate nausea for both circumstances! What more could you need?


Remedies for upset stomach: Spring Break saved!

These remedies for an upset stomach are perfect for keeping you in the water during Spring Break.  3 simple waterproof ways to enjoy the pool, beach, or a cruise with out nausea or sea sickness. 
March 14, 2016 by jacqueline darna

Sights and Smells that Leave You Nauseous

Are you extremely sensitive to foul smells or repulsive sights? Looking for a way to conquer this unsettling feeling? Read more about how the NoMo Nausea Band can help you. 


March 07, 2016 by jacqueline darna

Allergies & Abdominal Pain what do they have in common?

Can your stomach pain be caused by an allergic reaction?  Learn what vital organs are involved in the inflammatory process leading to allergies & how to stop the side effects so you can live a normal life in the process.
November 03, 2015 by jacqueline darna

Is my job making me sick? Sick Building Syndrome

My job is making me sick

Sick Building Syndrome (multiple chemical sensitivity), also known as “environmental illness,” is characterized as a variety of non-specific symptoms that occur after being exposed to chemical, biologic, or physical agents. Some of the common symptoms include headaches, nausea, dizziness, and pulmonary problems. Most jobs that deal with chemicals that are unventilated are at risk. Do you work in the automobile industry, plumbing, as an undertaker with formaldehyde, pesticides? Or are you a cleaning lady, work at a hookah bar, or even at the cosmetic counter near fragrances? You could be at risk!

The No Mo Nausea Band is a great way to relieving those symptoms because of its combination of acupressure and peppermint aromatherapy. The No Mo Nausea Band is also natural, so there is no worry of adding any more harmful drugs to your system, and fast-acting, so you will get relief instantly! Make sure to have your No Mo Nausea Band by your side when these symptoms come about.


April 06, 2015 by jacqueline darna

Malaria spreads: Mosquitos carrying Malaria

Malaria, silent killer of the swamp!

Malaria is a serious disease that can occur if you are bit by a mosquito that has been infected with parasites. It causes you to have high fevers and chills, and its common symptoms include nausea, vomiting, and headaches.

Preventative measures are the best way to ward off Malaria. Bug spray, citronella, high frequency noise devices that mosquitos stay away from, & nets over the bed during sleep. If you are traveling to a foreign country like Africa, it is important to keep a No Mo Nausea Band in your bag.  The No Mo Nausea Band can help instantly relieve all those symptoms through its combination of acupressure and peppermint aromatherapy. In any case though, make sure to seek medical treatment immediately if you feel you might have it because it can lead to worse complications.


April 01, 2015 by jacqueline darna

Jet Lag can be AVOIDED & feel well rested FAST! Learn more.

Natural ways to avoid Jet Lag

Traveling the world is probably one of the most common things everyone says they would rather do than anything else. Who wouldn’t want to go country to country, visiting, tasting, and exploring sites and foods that you only dream of! Sounds amazing, except for when that little nuisance called, “jet lag,” happens. Jet lag is a temporary disorder that causes fatigue, insomnia, and other symptoms as a result of air travel across time zones. Some of its common symptoms include nausea and headaches.

Lucky for you, their are a few natural remedy must haves. Melatonin is a natural medicinal that has been proven to change sleep patterns. Essential oils like lavender help relax the mind and get restful sleep even in a new place. The No Mo Nausea Band is a quick and easy way to relieving both headache & nausea symptoms. The combination of both acupressure and peppermint aromatherapy within the wristband targets anti-nausea receptors within the brain to stop nausea instantly, and opens up vessels to relieve headaches. Don't let jet lag ruin your journey! Make sure to have your No Mo Nausea Band in your bag!


March 30, 2015 by jacqueline darna

Manage Diabetes the natural way

Diabetes is not sweet

Diabetes refers to a group of diseases that affect how your body uses blood sugar, also known as glucose. Glucose is extremely important for your health because it's your brain's main source of fuel and an important source of energy for cells. Insulin is how your body manages glucose intake.

There are 2 different types: Type I & Type II Diabetes Mellitus. Type I had no insulin production, where type II has a decrease in response to insulin. When glucose is consistently high, it surrounds the neurons and slows the communication to and from the brain down. This is what is called Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy.

Treatment to manage all types of diabetes includes healthy eating and physical activity. White kidney bean extract is a great way to block carbohydrates while eating healthy. When exercising, it is possible to experience exercise induced nausea which can turn your workout from good to bad. As one of its many uses, the No Mo Nausea Band can be used for exercise induced nausea. With its elastic band design, it can be worn while exercising or just while doing everyday activities to instantly and naturally stop nausea.

March 24, 2015 by jacqueline darna

Famous athletes die of a Cardiomyopathy

Young athletes die from Cardiomyopathy

Cardiomyopathy, a fancy word for a big heart, is a disease of abnormal heart muscle. Cardiomyopathies have been linked to severely uncontrollabl ed hypertensives and athletes. Your heart is a muscle and when it's very large it takes more oxygen to feed it, so it is prone to ischemia, or lack of oxygen. This can cause your heart to stop and was the cause of death for young professional athletes like: Gaines Adams, Joe Kennedy, Hank Gathers, Reggie Lewis, Jason Collier, Thomas Herrion, & Sergei Zholt.

Two common symptoms associated with cardiomyopathy is nausea and headaches. These athletes must keep their heart rate down. Trainers should ask their players to grunt, blow in a straw, or perform a valsalva maneuver. The NoMoNauseaBand can easily relieve the nausea and headache symptoms in a natural and zero side-effect way. The acupressure part of the band is placed on your P6 point, targeting all 4 different anti-nausea receptors in the brain, stopping nausea before it even starts. The peppermint aromatherapy helps by opening vessels in the brain, relieving headaches. If you want fast relief of your symptoms, try a NoMoNauseaBand today!


March 16, 2015 by jacqueline darna

Heart Attack, Chronic Chest Pain, & Angina: What's the Difference?

No pain, just gain!

Angina is a term used for chest pain. It is caused by reduced blood flow to the heart muscle. People who experience angina usually have squeezing, pressure, heaviness, tightness or pain in their chest. Angina is a symptom of coronary artery disease and can be a recurring problem or sudden, acute health concern. Symptoms include: chest pain or discomfort, fatigue, shortness of breath, dizziness, nausea, etc. A heart attack, also known as a myocardial infarction, is when due to a lack of oxygen a portion of the heart muscle dies or just stops working.  

Most people with frequent angina are put on high blood pressure medication and given Nitroglycerin, a vasodilator to get more oxygen to parts of the heart that needs it. The most common side effect of angina and its prescription medication is nausea and vomiting? Did you know that peppermint contains a natural calcium channel blocking activity? The No Mo Nausea Band uses acupressure at P6 to target all 4 different receptors in the puke center of the brain to stop nausea before it starts. The peppermint aromatherapy smell gives instant nausea relief due to the direct pathway to the brain.  

March 10, 2015 by jacqueline darna