Psi Bands for Morning Sickness

Earlier this year, we learned from Kate Middleton about her extremely severe morning sickness called Hyperemesis Gravidarum(HG). Now, Kelly Clarkson may be facing the same. While she has not confirmed that she has HG, her symptoms suggest she might have it. Just this week, Clarkson shared:

“I'm familiar with all-day sickness," she jokes. “I have to get IVs and fluids because I get so dehydrated. It's really bad."

While there is no cure for morning sickness or HG, double blind randomized clinical studies support the use of wrist acupressure in the relief of nausea.Now, there can be relief in sight for these pregnant women.

We are not sure who dubbed it “morning" sickness, as it can and does last well beyond the “morning," according to Romy Taormina,the founder of Psi Bands.Inspired by a mom who suffered from morning sickness,Psi Bandsare stylish and functional acupressure wrist bands for the relief of nausea due to morning sickness. Psi Bands are a Huggies Mom Inspired awardee for making mom's life easier/better.

Treat morning sickness throughPsi Bands:

Psi Bands are:

Drug-free. Do not interfere with an unborn child. With the recent news of Zofranpossibly increasing birth defects, all the more reason for mom-to-be to seek out drug-free options.

Waterproof. Wear them in the shower and washing dishes (no more soggy wristbands).

Adjustable for a personalized fit and so they static on the acupressure point (no more slipping/sliding).

Stylish. Available in several fashion forward colors.

Reusable. No expiration date.

Affordable. Approximately $8.99/set; two bands come per package. One band is worn on each wrist.

Have an FSA plan-year deadline coming up on December 31? Shop for Psi Bands at FSAstore.com, and be sure to use your remaining FSA dollars before it's too late.

This guest post was provided by Romy Taormina, founder of PsiBands.



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