An Alternative Method to Quell a Queasy Stomach - Three Lollies

An Alternative Method to Quell a Queasy Stomach

Stomach Nausea

You May Not Need Medicine

Day-to-day life is filled with a variety of moments that can induce nausea or discomfort in the tummy. From general upset stomach to nausea brought on by chemotherapy, the discomfort from a queasy stomach can ruin your day. We all know the traditional ways to deal with nausea; heavy drugs, changes in diet, rest, and relaxation. Is there a better, non-invasive, drug-free way to minimize the discomfort that comes with general nausea?

What is Nausea, and where does it come from?

We have all experienced an upset stomach. An achy feeling in our gut that ranged from uncomfortable to straight-up painful. That feeling of something feeling “off” in your stomach is nausea. Nausea can be a symptom or side effect from a variety of ailments and situations.

Nausea is common in a variety of scenarios. Morning sickness, motion sickness, and chemotherapy can all be causes of nausea. Nausea can leave you feeling drained and uncomfortable. If left unchecked, nausea could lead to vomiting. Nausea is completely treatable and does not often lead to lasting damage. Even so, continuous nausea can be uncomfortable and even painful if left untreated.

What is Acupressure, and how can it help treat nausea?

We all know that the systems of our body are all interconnected. Our nervous system wraps through our entire bodies and connects everything back up to our brains. Acupressure takes this knowledge and uses it to figure out which part of the body can affect your muscles and organs.

Acupressure is the act of applying pressure to specific points in the nervous system that can ease discomfort or increase the function of another part of the body. Acupressure applies light but a consistent force that can increase blood flow and lower tension. Acupressure is much like a less invasive version of acupuncture. Instead of needles, acupressure uses elastic bands and small pieces of plastic to manipulate the nervous system.

Acupressure is a drug-free way to help quell a queasy stomach. Applying pressure to a specific part of the wrist has been proven to reduce feelings of nausea brought on from motion sickness, chemotherapy, and diet.

Benefits of the Queasy Wrist Band

The queasy wristband offers a comfortable and effective alternative method to deal with nausea. Its elastic band fits snugly around your wrist and applies consistent pressure to the acupressure point responsible for reducing discomfort from nausea. The queasy wristband features a small pointed plastic piece that applies the right amount of pressure without causing any pain. The queasy wristband is non-invasive and is completely safe for everyone to use.

Traditional nausea cures rely on heavy drugs or extreme changes in your diet. The Queasy Wrist Band provides drug-free relief that acts quickly with no side effects. It is designed to be comfortably worn throughout the day, making it perfect if you experience motion sickness or nausea while receiving chemotherapy.

When you feel an upset stomach coming on, simply slip on the Queasy Wrist Band and experience relief in minutes.

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