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Who Uses This Product? Individuals seeking relief from nausea and vomiting when receiving chemotherapy or experiencing sickness from pregnancy, hangover, motion sickness, postoperative nausea, and more.
Why Give It a Try? The Reliefband is a drug-free treatment for nausea using a proprietary stimulation pulse to stabilize the nervous system.
Reliefband Classic Anti-Nausea Device Overview
Getting relief from nausea and vomiting is just a pulse away. Motion sickness, pregnancy, migraines, and chemotherapy treatment are just some of the conditions that can make life a daily struggle. The Reliefband Classic is an acustimulation device that provides mild electrical stimulation at acupuncture points to treat nausea. In a clinical study, post-operative patients showed reduced nausea and vomiting supplementing anti-nausea medication with the Reliefband in comparison to patients only receiving anti-nausea medication.1
The Reliefband Motion Sickness Device is worn like a watch and it can be applied as needed or worn all day long when experiencing ongoing symptoms. People who experience motion sickness wear it before playing video games, driving in a vehicle, enjoying a ride at an amusement park, or boarding a cruise ship.
How Does Reliefband Classic Nausea Relief Work?
The face of the digital therapeutic wristband is placed over the median nerve to transmit comfortable electrode pulses. The proprietary stimulation pulse is carried to the region of the brain that controls nausea. The pulses rebalance the nervous system between the brain the stomach resulting in reduced symptoms of nausea, retching, and vomiting.
Features and Benefits
- Prescription-Free Option To Treat Nausea
- FDA-Cleared Technology
- Gentle Stimulation With Five Stimulation Levels
- Adjustable Strap Creates Custom Fit
- Easy-To-Use Center Button to Power Device and Control Stimulation
- Proprietary Pulse To Stabilize the Nervous System
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Where is the median nerve located?
The median nerve is between the two tendons on the underside of the wrist. It's about two finger widths above the distal wrist crease. User will know if it's correct when the stimulation is turned on. Move the band until it tingles at the palm. If needed, increase the power stimulation level.
On which wrist should the Reliefband Classic Motion Sickness Device be worn?
Apply on both wrists to determine which wrist feels the most tinging.
How many hours of battery life does it have?
The battery life depends on device usage and the brand of batteries. On average, it provides up to 150 hours of use at power level three.
When is the battery changed?
When the battery is low, a low battery light will flash slowly to indicate when approximately 10 hours of power remains.
Is the Classic Reliefband watch waterproof?
The Classic is not waterproof, but it is splash-and-spray-proof.
What's in the Box?
- Reliefband Classic
- (2) CR2025 lithium batteries
- 0.25-ounce tube of conductivity gel
- Sea-Band Adult WristBand uses pressure at the median nerve to treat morning sickness and travel sickness.
- Sea-Band Anti-Nausea Ginger Gum creates a flavored gum infused with ginger. This ancient herb has been used for its medicinal properties to relieve nausea.
- Emesis Bags for Sickness Clean-Up are nice to place in the glove box to be ready for travelers who get car sickness.
- Manufacturer: Reliefband
- Product Number: RBDLI
- Power Levels: 1-5
- Maximum Impulse Output: 40mA
- Face Size (Teardrop Shape): 1.5 W x 2 H x 0.45 D Inches
- Size: One Size, Fits Wrists 4.5 to 9.5 Inches
- Battery Type: (2) CR2025 Lithium Batteries
- Weight: 1.2 Oounces
- Latex: Contains Natural Rubber Latex
- Application: Treatment of Nausea and Vomiting
- Warranty: 60 Days (Excludes Batteries)
Manuals and Documents
Instruction Video (1:11 minutes)
- 1 White, Paul F, et. al. "Comparative Efficacy of Acustimulation (ReliefBand) versus Ondansetron (Zofran) in Combination with Droperidol for Preventing Nausea and Vomiting." American Society of Anesthesiologists November 2002
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