Psi Bands (Preparing For Baby Guide)

Like many other pregnant mommies out there, I suffer from horrible nausea during pregnancy. When it comes to relief there are plenty of home remedies that you can try, but with me none of those seemed to help at all. I thought my only other option for relief was to turn to medications that my doctor recommended. As a pregnant mother, I want to provide the best space for my baby to grow in. I dont want to introduce my unborn child to any medications that I dont need to, so when I was sent the Psi Band to review, I was very interested to see how well this bracelet really worked. I found it very interesting, that when I put on the band in the morning, I was able to go through the entire day with out having that dreaded nausea that I experience daily. I was curious to know how something that appears so simple could be what I needed without having to turn to medications. I found out that the Psi Bands, which is pronounced “Sigh Bands”, are actually acupuncture wrist bands, and they can be used for more than just morning sickness during pregnancy. I also get horrible motion sickness, and even after pregnancy I can continue to use the Psi Band to avoid getting sick when we go on the boat or when we decide to take another adventure in a little Cessna. Not only do they help with both ailments that I deal with, but they can also be used to relieve nausea that is brought on by chemotherapy and anesthesia. I love how fashionable these bands are and they are also a very affordable, drug free route for getting rid of nausea! Cleared by the FDA, the Psi Bands will be the only thing I will use and also recommend to others when it comes to eliminating morning sickness, motion sickness, nausea brought on by chemotherapy and anesthesia! If you are expecting and you suffer like I do from that dreaded morning sickness, then I would suggest that you give the Psi Bands a try, they are amazing!

I received a product to review as a member of the Living Your Moment {} review team. All opinions are mine and mine alone. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255 concerning the use of endorsements and testimonials in advertising.


  1. jenzen69
    May 28, 2012 / 7:14 pm

    I have 4 kids but pregnant 5 times; my first 4 were great pregnancies, except for the early labor pains with all of them. I never had morning sickness at all. Then 14 yrs after my 4th I got pregnant and I have never been so sick in my life. I tried prego pops, saltines, and finally had to resort to a prescription of phenergan. I would have liked to have tried this product. I am going to but it for my sister and see how it works

  2. Laura Lane
    October 31, 2012 / 12:01 pm

    Goodness! What a breakthrough, and so cute, too.I miss flying in a Cessna. My grandparents flew me everywhere when I was little. I thought everyone did it!

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