Acupressure For Morning Sicknessby By Allison Hutton
Acupressure has long been used for common ailments such as headaches and chronic pain. What you may not know it that is has also been shown as an effective treatment for morning sickness.
The science of acupressure consists of applying pressure at certain points on the body, depending on the condition to be treated.
On a personal note, I found these to be very effective in both of my pregnancies. However, once I removed them, my morning sickness returned. You can also make your own wristbands by using Velcro or elastic strips, and round, protruding buttons. While this may not work for all women, it is a cheap method of attempting relief. If you have the extra money, you can also make an appointment to see a professional for acupressure.
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