Setting Up Seabands use the traditional Chinese medicine technique of acupressure to prevent and relieve travel sickness. Many women also use them to treat morning sickness. I like the fact that they don’t involve taking drugs and are very easy to use.
Seabands recommend putting them on a few minutes before travel, so our adult and child seabands went on just before we put on shoes and coats. They’re very easy to use and put on. Henry seemed to like wearing them.
In the car Over the last year or two Henry has been becoming more susceptable to travel sickness and we have had to stop him reading in the car. We didn’t have a very long journey to test him on (about 45 minutes), but he does sometimes complain of sickness on journeys of this length.
Did we have to stop? No. The journey went off without any sick bag stops.
Overall Seabands are a cheap and reusable way of treating travel sickness. They can be used time and again which is good for the bank balance and the environment, plus your child doesn’t need to take any drugs.
It’s 92three30’s first blogoversary this month and I’m running a series of competitions for readers to say thank you for supporting 92three30 through its first year. Seabands have kindly offered a adult set and a child set as prizes.
This competition is for UK entrants only. The winner will be drawn at random and will be announced on 92three30. The winners were Maya Russell and Hilda Wright.