If you have ever suffered from motion sickness or nausea, you know how miserable that is. My oldest daughter suffers from severe nausea when she gets a stomach virus. My youngest daughter gets really bad motion sickness when we go on road trips. For both of them, you can forget about roller coasters and other similar rides at the amusement park! I have tried many methods for them both store bought and homeopathic, with limited results. With my oldest 3 hours away and my youngest with motion sickness, we never get to visit her. Thank goodness my oldest does not get motion sickness and can drive up here to see us instead. When I was told about a new product called Sea Band, I felt it may be the solution we have been looking for.
How To Ease Motion Sickness And Nausea
I did not get morning sickness when I was pregnant, but my best friend did. Now I know how much motion sickness and nausea can effect Caitlin and Chelsea, I can only imagine how pregnant women must feel. I did not know this, but 53 million people in America suffer from motion sickness from driving, flying or on the sea. There are so many treatments available, you would think one of them may have worked for us, but so far, nothing has. With the Sea-Bands wrist bands and the ginger gum, people all over the country are finding relief. What I really love about these products is they are drug free and there are no side effects. The bands are great for motion sickness, morning sickness and nausea caused by migraines and post-op procedures. I can feel good about giving these to my family.
I was sent both the Sea-Band Drug Free Nausea Relief Bands and the Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum. I immediately sent Chelsea a packet of the gum as well as one of the packets of the wrist bands. Chelsea had a really bad infection that was making her very nauseous and was not able to keep anything down. She said that the Ginger Gum really helped and within about 4 hours, she was eating again. This was huge for her considering the illness had been going on for almost 4 days at that point. I have not had the chance to put the Nausea Relief Bands to the test but will do so soon. We are making the 3 hour drive down to visit Chelsea in a few months and we will be putting the bands on Caitlin for her motion sickness. You can find the Sea-Band products in pharmacies and drug stores throughout the country. The Sea-Band Drug Free Nausea Relief Bands sell for $11.99 and the Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum sells for 6.99 (U.S.)
In addition to the Makobi Scribe giveaway, Sea-Band is hosting a giveaway of their own on their Facebook page. enter the Wave Goodbye To Nausea and Hello to Fun Sea-Band Giveaway and you could win a family pack of Sea-Band product, including Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum and maybe a Target gift card! Each Friday, July 19 through August 2, 2013 four (4) winners will be randomly selected to win adult-sized Sea-Bands wristbands, child-sized Sea-Band wristbands, and Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum, ensuring nausea-free travel this summer. One grand prize winner will also be selected each Friday to win Sea-Band product and a $50 Target gift card (3 total) so they can stock up on all their family fun travel essentials. (15 total giveaway winners)
One USA or Canada reader will win one Sea-Band Drug Free Nausea Relief Bands ($11.99) and one Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum ($6.99)