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Take Control of Morning Sickness

Fast, Effective Relief Without Drugs

Reliefband® technology is clinically proven and FDA Cleared for the treatment of morning sickness.

Just slip it on your wrist, adjust the intensity to suit your individual needs and you’ll quickly be feeling better again.


Safe And Effective

Recommended by doctors, Reliefband works without drugs and uses the body’s natural processes to control nausea without the side effects or drug interactions of medications.

Quickly Back In Control

Worn on the underside of your wrist, gentle pulses re-balance the signals that cause nausea and vomiting so you’re back in control of your body and feeling better.

In Tune With Your Body

Comfortable, adjustable and easy to use, Reliefband comes with five different settings so you can adjust it precisely to your body’s needs.

What People Are Saying About Reliefband.

Leading Ob Gyn

Dr. Brian Levine

Pregnant Mom

Rachel Long

“Reliefband has made a huge difference as now it is easier to play with my three children and do other things around the house. I am happy that I am not taking any drugs and I’ve been telling everyone about how well it worked for me.”

A.J., Kansas City, KS

Patented Proprietary

Wearable Technology

For The Treatment Of Nausea And Vomiting

Technically referred to as “neuromodulation,” Reliefband® proprietary technology uses the body’s natural neural pathways to regulate the various stimulus mechanisms causing motion and morning sickness.

Watch our 60 second video and see exactly how fast-acting Reliefband works without drugs.

Take Control Of Your Morning Sickess

Recommended by Doctors, Approved by Moms


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Fast and Effective Relief. Without Drugs.


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