Tampa FL Canine Travel Sickness Anti-Nausea Dog Wristband Range Expanded

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Florida-based health company NoMo bands have expanded their range of anti-nausea wristbands to include bands for dogs that suffer from travel sickness.

Health company NoMo Bands, based in Tampa, Florida, have expanded their range of anti-nausea wristbands to include a product for dogs.

More information is available at https://nomonausea.com.

The canine wristbands have been released for customers with dogs that suffer from car sickness, to stop the animals from being ill while travelling.

Motion sickness is a common problem in dogs and is more common in younger dogs than adults as their inner ear has not yet fully developed. Many dogs grow out of nausea, but for those that don’t, NoMo Bands’ new product can help.

The one-size-fits-most bands are suitable for large to extra-large dogs with sickness due to travel, post-surgical nausea, chemotherapy, and diet-related vomiting. By applying the band to the correct point of the canine’s upper legs, combined with the soothing peppermint scent, they will help to reduce nausea in the dog. They are reusable and recyclable, latex-free, and completely drug-free.

The company also sell wristbands for humans that suffer from nausea, for adults and children. The all-natural combination of cooling peppermint oil, aromatherapy, and acupuncture works to quickly stop sickness. These bands are also available for headaches and migraines.

NoMo’s ‘Sleepless Nights’ bands are available for children who have trouble sleeping. They are scented with lavender essential oils and use a combination of this and pressure to soothe children to sleep. The pressure naturally generates melatonin within the body, inducing sleep.

The bands work by unifying three holistic approaches. P6, or the vascular meridian, is a point on the wrist that when pressed, causes low-frequency stimulation which increases hormone production telling the brain to oppose nausea and headaches. The peppermint oil enters the body and gives a cooling sensation, acting as a distraction by tricking the brain into focusing on the band instead of the pain. Menthol, the active ingredient in peppermint oil, also decreases colonic spasms and dry heaving and increases oxygenation to the brain.

Created by a physician mother in need, the bands are clinically proven to provide natural and drug-free relief from nausea and pain.

One satisfied customer stated: “my son has been able to eat all of his meals in their entirety or very close since we put them on his wrist.”

Interested readers can find out more about NoMo bands and order their own at the above-mentioned website.