If you suffer from motion or morning sickness, you are probably familiar with surprisingly effective over-the-counted elastic bands that suppress nausea by pressing against a nerve on the inside of your wrist. ReliefBand Technologies is at CES with an electronic version of that, an FDA-cleared device that claims to send specific patterns and intensities to help settle your stomach.
They’ve got $5 million in venture capital say they’ll be on the market for $90 in the first quarter of this year. It is not clear, however, how this is better or more effective than a $10 elastic band with a bead pressing on your wrist.
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