Looking for a natural way to relieve nausea? Check out Blisslets, the acupressure bracelet that’s both stylish and effective! Studies have shown that P6 acupressure can help relieve nausea and vomiting, and research suggests it may also be helpful for anxiety and sleep. Whether you’re pregnant, struggling with migraine or chronic illness, or just prone to motion sickness, Blisslets are a great way to find relief without drugs or side effects. Not to mention they are super cute. Why suffer any longer – get your Blisslets today.
Blisslets were created to offer women an alternative that was comfortable, stylish, and inconspicuous. For many people, nausea is a occasional inconvenience. But for others, it’s a chronic condition that can significantly impact their quality of life. Traditional treatments such as medication can be effective, but they often come with side effects like drowsiness or dry mouth. Now, there’s a new option that offers natural relief in as little as five (5) minutes. This product is great for motion sickness, morning sickness, and other types of nausea such as that caused by migraines, virtual reality games, and chemotherapy. It can also help to relieve anxiety and improve sleep. Best of all, it can be used before or after nausea starts.
Nausea is one of the most unpleasant sensations a person can experience, and it can strike at any time. Thankfully, there is a simple and effective way to relieve nausea without resorting to medication. Acupressure bracelets work by applying pressure to the P6 point, which is located on the wrist. This pressure helps to calm the stomach and relieve the nausea. Blisslets are a stylish and affordable option for acupressure bracelets, and they provide fast relief from nausea and vomiting. Studies have shown that P6 acupressure also helps to reduce anxiety and improve sleep. So if you’re looking for an effective, drug-free remedy for nausea, look no further than Blisslets!
How To Position Your Blisslets
To get the most out of your Blisslets, it’s important to position them correctly on your wrists. For each arm, pressure bead should be placed on your P6 acupressure point, which is located three finger-widths below your wrist crease, right between the two tendons on the underside of your wrist. The bracelets should feel snug but comfortable – you shouldn’t be able to slide them up and down your arm easily.
Wear a Blisslet on Each Arm
In order to achieve the anti-nausea benefit of wearing your Blisslets, you should wear one bracelet on each wrist.
Length of Use
Since your Blisslets are made to enjoy natural relief from nausea, they can be used for as long as the condition causing your nausea persists. They may br worn for up to 48 hours at a time.
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Enjoy Natural Relief from Nausea Health and Safety Notice
This Product Contains Natural Rubber Latex Which May Cause Allergic Reactions. Use only as directed. The bracelets should be worn only on the P6 point, and use in another location will not relieve nausea. Nausea and vomiting may be associated with serious conditions and you should consult a doctor if symptoms persist. You should consult your doctor before wearing them if you have problems with reduced circulation, carpal tunnel syndrome, or neuropathy. While acupressure may be effective on its own or combined with other approaches, do not use it as a replacement for medically prescribed treatment. Wear your bracelets in a way that is snug but comfortable and does not interfere with circulation.
If you experience swelling, pain, skin irritation, or numbness in your fingers, you should stop wearing the bracelets and consult a medical professional. Keep out of the reach of young children. If snaps or beads are removed they can be a choking hazard. Acupressure may provide relief of nausea symptoms but does not cure underlying causes. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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