Motion sickness is the well known feeling of nausea and disorientation that occurs after a long, curvy car ride, or after you’ve been on a rollercoaster. However, motion sickness is even more common when you have a vestibular disorder. Vestibular rehabilitation therapy is the best way for long term relief, there are a few ways to get rid of motion sickness more immediately in the case of flare ups, or in the case you know you’re going on a long car ride in the near future.
Acupressure is an excellent way to get nausea relief naturally. These knitted bracelets are designed for nausea relief by placing pressure on your inner wrist, on the Neiguan Point. I have personally used these motion sickness bands and they were my favorite when I was growing up and frequently got carsickness.
These tablets contain all natural ingredients for preventing and treating motion sickness and nausea. According to Hyland’s, they are safe for use by both adults and children and will provide relief for nausea and feelings of motion sickness!
Be sure to talk with your doctor before starting these, but they can be very helpful to those with motion sickness!
Reliefband is an FDA approved solution for nausea related to anxiety, motion sickness, migraine, and morning sickness. Simply place this bracelet on your wrist and vibration pulses will be sent into your wrist’s Neiguan Point to relieve symptoms of nausea.
Another wearable option are acupressure wristbands. There is a pressure point on your wrist, about 3 fingers up from your palm, that acts as a pressure point for relief from nausea. These are effective solutions for nausea relief and to help stop motion sickness.