The wearable uses neuromodulation to help people suffering from nausea and vomiting due to morning sickness, motion sickness, chemotherapy, and more.
The Reliefband is worn on the wrist to help those who suffer from nausea and vomiting. It delivers a painless pulse to stimulate the median nerve which travels to the central nervous system and brain. The signals modulate the neural pathways between the stomach and brain, helping to restore normal gastric rhythms.
It only takes a few minutes for the Reliefband to begin treating the symptoms and can also be used in the prevention of symptoms. It’s a completely drug-free, FDA cleared option for those dealing with nausea caused by a variety of reasons.
The Reliefband is a great option for those who suffer from motion sickness or anxiety. It can be used to treat morning sickness during pregnancy, migraines, and even used to help with hangovers. Doctors use the Reliefband with patients during chemotherapy and post-operative nausea.
The signal strength is customisable so patients can find the level that works for them and quickly make adjustments. Currently, they sell two versions of the band, ‘Classic’ and ‘Premier’.