Spring Break motion sickness tips from Psi Bands

Living Well

Whether by car, boat, train or plane, an exciting vacation can quickly turn sour unless travelers are prepared for the possibility of motion sickness. And, up to 90% of people suffer from it at some point! Now, this year's spring break and summer travelers have another option for quelling the queasiness, Psi Bands.


Psi Bands, drug-free acupressure wrist bands for the relief of nausea due to motion sickness, as well as morning sickness (pregnancy), anesthesia and chemotherapy, help win the battle against debilitating nausea. Psi Bands come in several fun colors and are uniquely adjustable for personalized comfort, waterproof (no more soggy wrist bands), reusable, affordable, and come in a reusable travel case. You can purchase Psi Bands with your Flexible Spending Account at FSAstore.com. Below are some motion sickness relief tips for your upcoming travels!

If you're susceptible to motion sickness, when traveling:

  1. Sit where there's the least motion;
  2. in cars, drive or sit in the front passenger's seat;
  3. on ships, reserve a cabin in the front or middle of the ship, or on the upper deck;
  4. by plane, ask for a seat over the wing; and
  5. by train, take a seat near the front and next to a window. Face forward.
  6. Focus on the horizon or on a distant, stationary object. Don't read.
  7. Keep your head still, while resting against a seat back.
  8. Don't smoke or sit near smokers.
  9. Avoid spicy and greasy foods and alcohol. Don't overeat.
  10. Eat dry crackers or drink a carbonated beverage to help settle your stomach.
  11. Get fresh air. Crack a window, go on deck, open an air vent.
  12. Wear Psi Bands, stylish, drug-free wrist bands for the relief of nausea.

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

Psi Bands Nausea Relief Wrist Bands

A clinically-proven, FDA-cleared and patented medical device, for the relief of nausea.


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