Football Training & how to perform better NATURALLY!

It's football season, but how to athletes maintain their health? Football training can be overexerting. A combination of dehydration, physical fatigue, and fast twitch muscle fibers using up all of your energy storage, or ATP can have you feeling nauseous and dizzy. If these symptoms are ignored while your out in the hot sun, they may result in heat stroke.  So stop the cycle before it starts!  Famous athletes across the nation are finding that they can increase their performance while training buy using the 3 simplistic features within the stylish NoMo Nausea Band. You too can feel relaxed and at ease by helping your body produce "happy hormones", also known as endorphins before you start training or exercising.  This is the secret behind acupressure at the P6 point of the human wrist, when contacted with constant pressure your brain is in-fluxed with anti-nausea hormones so even if a nauseating event arises the receptors with the most hormones wins.  In this case the No Nausea signal beats out the overexertion.

The NoMo Nausea Band is infused with natural peppermint oil. The active ingredient in peppermint is menthol which works to relieve the feeling of queasiness. Grunting or fast sprints are relying on stores of energy and non-oxygenated activity called anaerobic exertion.  The most common complication of movements like these are bradycardia, or a decrease in heart rate that simultaneously results in vomiting. By smelling the menthol within the NoMo Nausea Band, it works as a gastrointestinal smooth muscle relaxant to prevent vomiting instantly because the fastest way into your brain is thru your nose. If your interested in a natural solution to increase performance when you workout, try the NoMo Nausea Band. They look exactly like the popular thick rubber bracelets but are latex-free and recyclable, so buy one today and see how great your workout could be.

 

 

 

October 29, 2015 by jacqueline darna
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