Treating Chronic Pain & not from a "Pill Mill"
When acute pain lasts longer than six months, it is then considered chronic. Chronic pain can greatly affect a person’s lifestyle. When you live with chronic pain your job, health and relationships may suffer. This painful condition can range from all categories, from mild or excruciating, to continuous or episodic. Almost every time, chronic pain starts at the head or moves there eventually. Migraines tend to be the main source of this agony.
More often than not, individuals seek for strong medications to help them conquer this discomfort. The simple dose of Tylenol, Ibprofen or Advil will not do the job. Patients often turn to narcotics such as codeine, oxycodone, morphine, vicodin, etc. While these strong painkillers may ease the distress of chronic pain, they still come with their own side effects. These include drowsiness, impaired judgement, itching, constipation, nausea and vomiting. So while you’re technically pain free, you also experience a whole new set of symptoms.
When treating these side effects, the best route to go is natural. The NoMo Nausea Band uses only peppermint aromatherapy and acupressure that will work together to prevent and relieve these side effects. The acupressure component within the band employs the p6 point in the wrist to oppose the nausea and upset stomach signals sent from the brain. The peppermint aromatherapy immediately soothes the stomach when inhaled. With this band, you are not only pain free, but you are also symptom free. So basically, you can have your cake and eat it too.