EmeTerm Anti-Nausea Wristband
EmeTerm is a safe alternative to relieve morning sickness for expectant mothers.
The device is activated when you feel the onset of nausea and vomiting and turned off when symptoms go away.
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- Nausea and vomiting are common symptoms for many people while riding cars, boats, or airplanes, and for many women who are pregnant and experience morning sickness. Chemotherapy patients may also experience such symptoms as side effects of the treatment.
- While many people take medicine to try to relieve these symptoms, some often choose to endure them because they do not want to experience the negative side effects of the medicine, which may be even worse than what it is meant to treat.
- EmeTerm takes a whole new approach to prevent users from experiencing nausea and vomiting, and to help relieve users who are already experiencing them.
With an 85% success rate according to our clinical trials, the EmeTerm Anti-nausea Wristband is the FDA-cleared, all-natural wearable solution for nausea and vomiting.
TENS Targeted Neuromodulation
No Side Effects
The EmeTerm Advantages
Patented Conduction Enhancement Electrodes
Increased contact area
No gel required
Rechargeable Magnetic Charging
Equipped with a magnetic USB charging cable that can be quickly charged anytime and anywhere conveniently.
Only one charge is required for short trips.
Nausea and vomiting are caused by transmission of a nausea signal to the stomach via the human brain, which causes the stomach to contrast irregularly, resulting in vomiting. By releasing a particular low-frequency pulse, EmeTerm can adjust the vagus nerve signals traveling to and from the stomach, and can prevent or postpone it from receiving nausea signals. This then slows down the irregular gastric contraction, and reduces the nauseous sensation for the users.
1. TENS consists of small unit, attached to the wrist via electrode pads, delivers signal through the median nerve at the location on the underside of the wrist.
2. These signals travel through the body’s nervous system to the part of the brain which controls nausea, which causes the stomach to contrast irregularly, resulting in vomiting.
3. By releasing a low-frequency pulse, it can adjust the vagus nerve signals traveling to and from the stomach, and can prevent or postpone the brain from transmitting nausea signals to the stomach, then reduces the nauseous sensation for the users.
EmeTerm — video operation introduction
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