BioBands Review

Designed and patented by an American Board Certified obstetrician and gynecologist, a BioBands wristband is a safe, simple, effective and inexpensive way of relieving nausea: whether it’s from motion sickness, morning sickness, post-surgery anesthesia, or chemotherapy treatments.
The wristband utilizes acupressure, a natural pressure therapy applied to a specific acupuncture point that controls nausea and vomiting. A small bead embedded in the adjustable band presses down on the P6 (Neiguan) point, located three finger widths above the wrist crease between the tendons of the flexor surface of the forearm, approximately in the area of a watchband.
I received A BioBand to try in exchange for my honest review

My Review
I have Fibromyalgia and some other health issues that require different kinds of medicines. I have tried so many different things to combat the most common side effect, nausea. Some things work a little, but most not at all. I can’t always have other remedies, like 7 up, crackers, ginger and so on, on hand. I need a less obvious faster fix. I was offered the chance to try the BioBand. This product is a simple wrist band with a bead in a strategic spot that presses on a pressure point in your wrist. I’m usually pretty skeptical about these types of products so I was eager to try this out. I was very impressed! I tried it a few nights ago when I wasn’t feeling well. I felt relief from my nausea in about 10 minutes. That is a miracle for me! Nothing usually helps that quickly. I was able to get back up off the couch and finish what I needed to do without feeling like I was going to die. With the BioBand there are no added side effects, no dry mouth and no drowsiness. My youngest son seems to have a lot of belly aches. We’ve tried this BioBand with him also and it worked really well. He hates taking pepto or anything like that, so this is a great solution. I highly recommend this product for anyone looking for a great and easy nausea remedy!

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