No More Morning Sickness. A Home Nausea Remedy for Pregnancy Morning Sickness
Natural Morning Sickness remedies can make early pregnancy easier
Are you one of 75% of women who suffer from nausea symptoms related to the first trimester of pregnancy? Although morning sickness causes that queasy feeling in your gut when the sun rises, pregnancy related nausea can strike at any time, day or night.
Morning sickness symptoms usually begin from the 4th to 9th weeks of pregnancy and often will be at their worst between week 7 and 12. Nausea can really make the experience of being a new mother difficult.
The NoMo Nausea band combines acupressure and aromatherapy to provide safe natural morning sickness relief.
About 70 percent of women will suffer from and seek how to relieve the morning sickness that plagues them using natural and safe remedies. Many people think that morning sickness is only in the mornings, but it can strike during the day or in the evening as well. Nausea symptoms typically start from six weeks into pregnancy and tends to be at its worst around the eighth and ninth weeks.
The tricky part about dealing with morning sickness is that many women understandably are wary about taking medications during their pregnancy, for fear of hurting their unborn child. Thus, many of them seeking instant relief, turn to natural cures and home remedies to manage their nausea.
What are the best remedies to relieve morning sickness nausea?
It can be a challenge to completely prevent morning sickness, as it is a normal part of being pregnant. It may even be an indicator of a normal pregnancy, and signal that your hormone levels are at natural levels. There are however, methods to reduce the symptoms in safe and natural ways:
- Try to practice stress relief and relaxation therapies
- Get plenty of rest and consider some time off from work
- Rich, fried, and spicy foods often trigger nausea, so keep track of what foods make you feel nausea
- Stay well hydrated
Acupressure research supports natural nausea relief
Scientific studies have shown that one of the best and most effective drug-free treatments to ease nausea is an acupressure bracelet. Scientists have found that applying pressure to the P6 point, “had a statistically significant reduction in the amount of vomiting and the intensity of nausea.” The best part about acupressure is that it does not involve putting any foreign substances in your body. This means it's one of the safest ways to relieve your morning sickness during pregnancy nausea.
Aromatherapy is a natural nausea remedy
Another study looked at peppermint aromatherapy to help alleviate nausea. Their findings were that, “...nausea levels of participants in the peppermint spirits group were significantly lower. Use of aromatherapy also has the wonderful benefit of aiding in relaxation and stress relief, which also may help moderate your symptoms."
No Mo Nausea Band is a safe way to ease morning sickness
The NoMo Nausea band is the first band that combines acupressure with aromatherapy to create an exceptional anti nausea remedy. Our bands are clinically proven to stop 80% of nausea or vomiting & is shown to be 50% better than sea-band, psi band, relief band, or motion band because we combine peppermint essential oil into our acupressure bracelet showing its effects in seconds. Because there are no drugs involved, it’s a safe and effective way to manage nausea during pregnancy and morning sickness. Our anti nausea bands accommodate wrists of all shapes and sizes!