Why Motioneaze is Great for Children Who Experience Motion SicknessMay 14, 2013
Motion sickness isn’t fun for anyone, especially for children. It typically occurs with younger children around preschool age, but it can still affect older children and even continue on into adulthood. In some cases, children of a motion sick susceptible adult can inherit the same tendency.
Whether it’s on the bus to school, during a class fieldtrip, or on the playground, a child can experience motion sickness. Concerned parents are often hesitant to use over-the-counter pills, patches, or other synthetic medications on someone so young. That’s why we’ve created Motioneaze.
Motioneaze is All-Natural
Motioneaze is an all-natural motion sickness remedy for children and adults. Not only is it all-natural, but it’s also:
- Easy to apply
- Side-effect free
- Easy to carry virtually anywhere you go
How It Works
Unlike many products, there is no “yucky” taste or pill to swallow. In fact, your child doesn’t ingest it at all. Here’s how it works:
- Hold the bottle about half an inch over your finger and drop 1 or 2 drops of oil onto your finger.
- Rub the oil into the soft skin on the side of the head just behind each ear lobe.
- Reapply if needed.
That’s it. No patches. No pills. No teaspoons. The oils are specially formulated to calm the nerves in the inner ear and relieve motion sickness symptoms quickly and naturally.
For prevention, it is best to apply Motioneaze to your child five minutes prior to activity compared to 30-60 minutes earlier for typical medications. Motioneaze also works as a failsafe for trips where you are concerned your child just might get sick but you don’t know for sure, because unlike medications Motioneaze can even be applied after your child is already feeling sick. It only takes about 3 – 5 minutes to relieve symptoms after applying the drops.
Motioneaze is quite a lifesaver for parents who have consistently dealt with sick children while traveling, and it makes the trip so much more enjoyable for everyone.
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