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Motioneaze is the #1 Natural Formula for Motion Sickness in the Country
You can take a big sigh of relief, parents. It’s finally time to send your kids back to school. You’ve already bought the essential binders, folders, and pencils. But if your child suffers from motion sickness, you need to take some extra precautions to make sure that they have everything they need to keep their symptoms at bay. Bus or car rides to school, field trips, even merry go rounds can trigger episodes of nausea and dizziness, in those susceptible to motion sickness. Use these tips to help your child start the new school year on the right note.
Talk to Your Their Teachers
With field trips and physical activities abound, you never know when your child’s motion sickness might spiral out of control. As much as you’d love to be there to hold their hand every step of the way, you need to give relinquish some control over to your child’s teachers. Before the new semester starts send your child’s teacher (or bus driver) a message describing the situation. A bumpy bus ride or an overly active day on the playground might set off your child’s symptoms. Give the teacher a heads up so they can better prepare for any unexpected surprises. You might recommend that your child will be better off sitting in the front seat of the bus.
Give Your Child a Few Tips
Tell your kids to remind their teachers that they have problems with motion sickness. If traveling to another location, remind your child to always keep their eyes on the road and to bring a just-in-case barf bag if needed.
Keep Medications on Hand
Regardless of how your child deals with their motion sickness, it’s best to have some kind of remedy available at all times. Your child might need medication for a school field trip. Some schools won’t let teachers administer medication, but you can find out the school policy and if your child is old enough to take the medication themselves they can just bring a one-time dose in their backpack. If you haven’t already done so, talk to your doctor about how to best manage your child’s symptoms.
Instead of using powerful medications with side effects to deal with your child’s motion sickness, you can alternatively try Motioneaze. Motioneaze is all-natural and completely side-effect free. Certain medications can make your child feel drowsy in the middle of the day, sending their enthusiasm for school out the window. With Motioneaze (topically applied behind each ear), your child can relieve their symptoms in just a few minutes without the negative side-effects. Try a bottle today!Posted in Blog June 1, 2017
How to Use the P6 Pressure Point to Relieve Nausea and Vomiting
Acupressure is an alternative medicine technique involving the practice of applying precise pressure (usually with your fingers) to trigger points on the body with the goal of relieving muscle tension, promoting blood circulation, reducing depression, and more. This pressure is essentially a way of turning on the body’s self-healing and regulatory systems.
One pressure point, the P6 (short for Pericardium 6 and also referred to as Nei Guan), is known for its ability to relieve nausea, upset stomach, motion sickness, carpal tunnel syndrome, and headaches. The P6 is located on the inner forearm, three finger breadths below the wrist and in between the two tendons.
How can the P6 provide relief? The Pericardium pathway passes through your chest, through your diaphragm, and into your mid and lower abdomen; on its way to the abdomen, the pathway passes through your stomach. When P6 is stimulated, it can soothe an upset stomach.
Those who suffer from motion or car sickness know how uncomfortable and disruptive nausea and vomiting can be. Read on to find out how to use this pressure point to find relief.
Position your hand so that your palm is facing you and your fingers are pointing up.
To find the P6 pressure point, place the first three fingers of your opposite hand across your wrist. Then, place your thumb on the point just below your index finger. You should feel two large tendons under your thumb.
Using your thumb or forefinger, press on this point in a circular motion for two to three minutes. The pressure should be firm but not to the point of causing discomfort.
Lastly, repeat the process on your other wrist.
If you’re experiencing nausea or vomiting, these four simple steps can help you find some relief.Posted in Uncategorized April 4, 2017
Motion sickness is no fun, and it’s especially awful for kids, who may not have the tools or knowledge to be able to deal with it properly.
Fortunately, there are ways to prevent and eliminate motion sickness. One of the easiest ways to ward off motion sickness is to watch the road. Motion sickness is caused when your body (inner ears, nerves, etc.) sense you are moving, but your eyes see something different and the brain gets conflicting signals. This is why anyone in the back seat of a car, especially someone susceptible to motion sickness, is more likely to feel ill on windy roads, since it is more difficult to watch where you are going. Making a concerted effort to watch the road can eliminate motion sickness.
This strategy is easy for adults, but it’s tougher for little ones, who are easily distracted and may not understand the importance of keeping your eyes on the road.
Here are three tricks to get your kids to watch the road.
Not only are games a great way to pass the time, but certain games are also a sneaky way to get your kids to focus on objects outside of the car.
“I spy” is one of the best games for this. The parent can start by saying “I spy with my little eye something…” and then a color or another adjective describing something outside of the car (“I spy with my little eye something round.”). The child (or everyone in the car) then guesses what you’re referring to.
Another option is the license plate game. The aim is to try to find as many states as possible. When you see a license plate from a different state, write it down (the parents might want to do this!).
Focus on one thing like landmarks or red cars or people walking dogs. See how many your kids can count, or have a competition to see who can find the most items in the category. The key to a successful game is to keep the child looking forward.
In addition to the games and strategies described above, old-fashioned rewards can work too. Give your kids goals such as “Look outside the car for five whole minutes.” When they successfully complete these challenges, reward them with a snack they love or the promise of something after the trip is over.
Making sure your kids’ eyes are glued to the road helps prevent and reduce motion sickness and makes car trips easier for all involved! Try one or more of these techniques next time you take a car trip. Good luck!Posted in Car Sickness, Children Tagged Car Sick, Car Sickness, Children, Motion Sickness Relief March 22, 2017
Your child’s first field trip is exciting and a little nerve-wracking. While field trips are a safe and fun way for kids to get hands-on experience with what they’re learning in school, the idea of sending your child out into the world without you can be a bit unsettling. However, with a little preparation, you can ensure a safe trip, while giving yourself some peace of mind. Here’s a helpful checklist for easy field-trip prep:
Talk to the Teacher/Chaperone
Your child’s teacher will have all the details worked out, but it’s helpful for both you and your kids if you know the details as well. Talk to the teachers or parent chaperones (sometimes you may have a parent friend attending the trip) and find out where they’re going and when. If the trip includes multiple destinations, ask for an itinerary so you know exactly where your child is throughout the entire trip. It’s also a good idea to give the teacher or chaperone your cell phone number, just in case.
Don’t Forget the Permission Slip!
The all-powerful permission slip is their ticket onto the bus, and without it, your child could be left behind. So, set a reminder to fill it out and get it in on time. And it won’t hurt to double check with your child to make sure that he or she remembered to turn it in.
Talk to Your Child Beforehand
Going over the details of the field trip with your child is a great way to ensure safety and make sure he or she has a good idea of what to expect. Make sure he or she knows your cell phone number and is aware of all the details of the trip (i.e. where they are going and when, how many stops are involved, who is chaperoning, etc.).
Your child’s teacher should provide a list of recommended or required items for your child to bring along. This should include whether or not to pack a lunch, whether or not they need additional cash to get in, and/or whether or not to send along any additional items (e.g. a bathing suit and sunscreen if it’s a beach trip, sturdy shoes if the trip involves hiking, etc.). It’s also a good idea to check the weather close to the day of the trip, just in case you might need to send them off with an umbrella, rain jacket, or extra layer of clothing.
Here are a few additional items you might consider packing:
Finally – Talk to Your Child Afterward
Reviewing the trip with your kids will help keep them engaged in the learning experience. After the trip, ask them what they saw and did on the trip, why they think they went, what they learned and what they liked/didn’t like about it. This will reinforce their knowledge and memories of the trip, and help them retain the information they gained.Posted in Car Sickness, Children Tagged Car Sick, Children, Field Trips, Motion Sickness February 21, 2017
Get Ready for Spring Break with These Can’t-Miss Cruises
Spring break is right around the corner. Do you have your plans nailed down yet? If you’re looking for something truly special this year, check out some of the best cruises on the market. With stellar deals and some exotic destinations, exploring the open seas on a cruise ship is the best way to spend your spring break. Take a look at our top picks for spring break 2017.
Celebrity Cruises was recently named the cruise line with the most value, helping you get more bang for your buck. This 7-night cruise through the Caribbean is just too good to ignore. At just $93 a night, you can’t miss with this vacation. It takes you through all of the most notable ports throughout the Caribbean including Basseterre, St. Kitts, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, and Frederiksted, St. Croix. The accommodations are spacious and the staff is friendly. Celebrity Cruises consistently ranks as one of the best cruise lines in the world, offering a superior travel experience. The ship departs from San Juan, Puerto Rico. If you can get there, this cruise won’t leave you disappointed.
Norwegian Cruises is known for being one of the most laid-back cruise lines, with their friendly staff and anything-goes attitude. You can do everything on the cruise ship at your own pace. There aren’t any strict rules or schedules for you to worry about. You can explore the ship and the Bahamas anyway you see fit. The ship stops off in Nassau, giving you the chance to explore some stunning white sandy beaches, 18th Century fortresses on the island, and so much more. Affordable and packed full of fun activities, this is the perfect way to celebrate spring break.
Departing from Miami, FL, this cruise is a true bargain with prices starting at just $72 a night. You’ll get to spend some time at Half Moon Cay, a private island that’s run by the cruise line itself. You’ll also swing by San Juan, Puerto Rico, Grand Turk Island, and more. The cruise ship is full to the brim with lavish onboard activities and indulgences including several pubs and restaurants, a comedy club, and numerous interactive games. Overall, you’ll get a thorough tour of the Bahamas with multiple stops along the way.
Never underestimate the beauty of Alaska. While your first instinct might be to head somewhere tropical during spring break, a scenic cruise through the rapidly changing contours of Alaska is a thrilling alternative. You’ll pass through a number of notable cities and ports in the state such as Ketchikan, Skagway, and Juneau. You get to leave from Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada, which is a treat all by itself. Once you’re on board, you’ll see gorgeous views of the northern coastline, remote landscapes, and hopefully plenty of wildlife.
Nothing ruins a cruise faster than sea sickness. Make sure to pack a bottle of Motioneaze in your suitcase for added peace of mind. All natural, Motioneaze can help relieve your seasickness symptoms in just a few minutes.Posted in Travel Tagged Spring Break, Vacation February 21, 2017
We’ve all heard different tricks that people use to combat motion sickness while traveling; everything from chewing gum to looking out at far away objects near the horizon, and everything in between is supposed to help. However, the truth of the matter is that what helps one person many not do anything at all to relieve symptoms that another is feeling.
It’s best to remember that prevention is best, but it isn’t always possible. Following are some of the best tips around for preventing and relieving motion sickness for everyone during the great family road trip:
Mind the Foods You Eat Beforehand: According to Dr. Robert Stern from Penn State University, it’s imperative that people not travel on empty stomachs. That being said, however, you shouldn’t fill the hump with greasy, fatty foods, either. Those greasy foods will contribute to nausea; instead, any low-fat meal that is small will help. Take along healthy foods and snacks to munch on every couple of hours like ginger ale, water, and dry crackers.
Clear Up Sinus Congestion: Being congested not only can make people feel out of sorts, but it can also make motion sickness worse. Add that to a lack of sleep that often comes with congestion, and you’ve got a recipe for queasiness and nausea. Before leaving for a trip, try to manage sinus congestion and make sure sinuses are cleared to prevent unbearable car sickness.
Stock Up on Ginger: Although ginger doesn’t help everyone who needs relief, there is evidence that it is effective in the treatment of nausea and upset stomach. Some people even swear by it. Stock up on ginger ale, ginger tea, ginger tablets, and ginger candy, which are all available at grocery and convenience stores. It’s recommended that people take a 250mg dose of ginger in a capsule up to three times a day during traveling. Ginger works to reduce nausea, vasopressin release, and tachygastric activity. You can also try peppermint.
Conventional Medications: People can find motion sickness relief with prescription and over-the-counter medicines, but be aware there are various side effects that must be considered. Many of them cause drowsiness, which can be dangerous if you are the one driving during your family road trip. Other side effects can include dry mouth, blurred vision, and more.
Natural Alternatives: If the thought of all the side effects deters you from using conventional medications, and you want something that is natural but equally effective, you may want to consider using something like Motioneaze. This natural remedy can help relieve symptoms in as little as five minutes, and there are no side effects, either. Motioneaze can be given preventatively or even after symptoms have started. It is available over the counter at retailers or online and is great for children and adults.
When motion sickness is tackled in advance of a family road trip, preparations are made, and possible problems are addressed ahead of time, the entire family will have the best and most memorable trip possible. Everyone deserves relief from motion sickness for the trip of a lifetime!Posted in Car Sickness, Children, Travel Tagged Car Sick, Car Sickness, Carsickness Relief, Field Trips, Kids, Motion Sickness, Vacation ← Older posts