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Pregnancy Morning Sickness? Drug Free Ways to Reduce Nausea During Pregnancy

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Published on Jun 13, 2014

Available now at CVS. Learn more at http://www.sea-band.com/mama and connect for offers and info on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/seaband.

More than half of all pregnant women will experience morning sickness, typically within the first trimester. While called "morning" sickness, many women also feel nauseous at various times throughout the day, and it can last well into pregnancy (even beyond the first few months).

Sea-Band, the leading drug-free remedy for nausea (motion/travel sickness, migraine nausea, chemotherapy and post-operative nausea) has expanded its popular line with the introduction of Sea-Band Mama (http://www.sea-band.com/mama) for pregnant women experiencing morning sickness. Sea-Band Mama products are available nationwide at CVS, as well as select Target stores. These drug-free products -- acupressure wrist bands and ginger lozenges with folic acid -- can be used in combination or separate for the relief of nausea from morning sickness:

Sea-Band Mama Acupressure Wristbands use the proven technique of acupressure to trigger the P6 pressure point near the wrist, causing the nervous system to release natural chemicals that quell nausea. Each pack contain a pair of bands to be worn on both wrists with instructions on proper placement.

Sea-Band Mama Ginger Lozenges with folic acid are free of artificial colors and flavors, using the natural healing properties of ginger to relieve nausea. The additional folic acid is an important nutrient for pregnancy.

Learn more at http://www.sea-band.com/mama and connect for offers and info on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/seaband.

For other tips on morning sickness relief, visit out blog at http://www.sea-band.com/blog/tips-for....

For more info on ways to reduce nausea associated with travel and motion sickness, sea sickness, migraine nausea, surgery and chemo, visit http://www.sea-band.com.

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