Thread: motion sickness
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Old November 4th, 2000, 09:43 AM
lynn lynn is offline
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Default RE: motion sickness

Linda, I get motion sickness in the car, on boats, rides, etc. I found the most wonderful product. It's called a relief band. It was orginally offered by prescription but now you can buy it at . (check all sites offering it. There are different prices) It looks like a large watch and it emits electrical impulses that keep your stomach in rythum. You'll have to read all about it. It actually can make you feel better after you are already sick which nothing else can do. My daughter borrowed mine last week. She'd had surgery that morning and was feeling bad from the anesthesia and it helped. It's kind of pricey but it works miracles. I recently bought a second one because the first one could not have the batteries replaced in it. Good luck.
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