As everybody knows, morning sickness is closely associated to pregnancy and many women develop this trait from the early days of pregnancy. This is very uncomfortable for the women, and doctors find it uncomfortable too. Medicines cannot be prescribed to the woman as she is carrying and these may cause side effects to her unborn. As a remedy to the nausea in pregnancy, women turn to Sea Bands, which are quite relieving.
Nausea can start in the morning and extend even up to the end of the day. The popular belief that it occurs in the early mornings only, has been proved wrong by many women. And also it can extend to the third trimester even, or confine itself to the first trimester. There is no hard and fast rule to this.
How does it work? A plastic studded elastic band is worn around your wrists, around the pressure points, and this works to prevent nausea. Wear Sea Bands at the right time. It takes at least five minutes for its action to set in. When you get the first feeling of nausea, wear the Sea Band at once to prevent morning sickness. If there is a daily regularity to the nausea, you can wear it just before the usual time it appears to avoid morning sickness. The stud should be worn to the inside of your wrists, and you’ve to fix it properly. The plastic stud has to meet the skin of your wrists just below the palm.
When you position your Sea Bands, you should see that it touches your pressure points. Only this can ensure that the action will result. Use your free hand; place your three middle fingers against your inner wrist. Your ring finger should touch the line that separates your hand and arm. Exactly below your pointer finger is where your Nei Kuan pressure point is located. This is where the plastic stud is to be placed and then you begin applying pressure.
The Sea Bands cannot be worn for long, as they are meant to apply pressure. They become uncomfortable if you wear them for too long. They can be worn as long as you like, provided this does not cause you discomfort. They can be removed an hour after your symptoms subside.