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Psi Bands pronounced "Sigh Bands" are safe wrist bands for the relief of nausea due to morning sickness from pregnancy, and motion sickness. With Psi Bands, those who suffer from the common, yet debilitating condition of nausea can feel better – in style and comfort! PSI bands apply constant pressure to the P6 point on your wrist and works on acupressure principle.
Psi Bands are praised for their unique combination of features and benefits.
Dimensions: 5.5 x 1.5 x 2.1 inches
Weight: Free Size
Physical State: Solid
PSI Bands are indicated for the relief of nausea due to morning sickness (pregnancy), motion sickness/travel, chemotherapy, and post-operative nausea from anesthesia. PSI Bands are safe, comfortable, adjustable, waterproof, and reusable.
How to Position Psi Bands:
How to Adjust Psi Bands:
1. Are these waterproof?
Yes, PSI Bands are made of High-Quality BPA Free plastic hence they are waterproof and reusable.
2. How do the Psi bands work?
PSI Bands presses the acupressure points on your wrist to relieve nausea. Scientific studies have shown the effectiveness of acupressure in reducing nausea.
3. How do I wear the bands?
a. Place the band on inside of your wrist, 21/2 fingers width from the centre of your wrist crease. This is known as Nei- skuan acupressure point. The button should face inward, and the dial should face outward.
b. Wear them in both hands
c. Adjust the band by placing in the hole where it feels snug yet comfortable
d. Increase or decrease the pressure on your wrist acupressure point by rotating the dial
4. Should I wear on both hands?
Yes, that is how it will work the best.
5. When should I wear them?
These bands should be worn at least 10-15 minutes before travel or surgery or first thing when you get up in the morning. Scientific studies have shown them to relieve nausea up to 48 hrs. The key is to be proactive and wear them before you think you will experience not when it starts
6. Can kids use these?
Studies do not deny their effectiveness in children.