New Reliefband Wearable Devices Unveiled at CES 2020


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Reliefband Technologies LLC, an innovator in wearable technology that prevents and treats nausea and vomiting symptoms, announced new Reliefband® Travel and Reliefband® Sport wearable therapeutic devices. Both devices offer user-controlled therapy with no side effects that prevent and treat nausea and vomiting associated with anxiety, hangovers, and physician-diagnosed migraines, as well as motion sickness, chemotherapy, morning sickness, and as an adjunct to antiemetics for postoperative surgery.

The result of more than 20 years of clinical research, Reliefband’s FDA-cleared, patented technology uses accurately programmed pulses with a highly specific waveform, frequency, and intensity to stimulate the median nerve on the underside of the wrist. This precise activity uses the body’s natural neural pathways to block waves of nausea produced by the stomach.

Reliefband’s groundbreaking drug-free therapy is highly effective and is without the side effects associated with anti-nausea medicine such as drowsiness and constipation. All Reliefband devices can be used either before or after nausea and vomiting symptoms start and can be left on as long as symptoms subsist.

Reliefband® Travel is a cost-effective, limited use wearable device designed for casual travelers who deal with nausea symptoms on a sporadic basis. There are three single-use models which work at a moderate level of intensity for 48 hours, 72 hours, or seven days and can be turned on and off as needs arise. These devices function with an included set of non-replaceable/non-rechargeable batteries and will be popular options for unsteady flyers, cruise vacationers or others who suffer from motion sickness or travel-related anxiety.

Reliefband® Sport is an easy-to-use waterproof device. This clinically proven wearable includes a built-in rechargeable battery that, when fully charged, will last an extended period of time on the medium intensity level. Six intensity levels can be quickly toggled allowing users to find the precise setting that’s optimal for their needs at any moment. The band, case, and housing are fully customizable to match users’ style and personality with a variety of color options.

The new Reliefband Travel and Reliefband Sport devices complement the company’s impressive lineup of existing products, including the Classic (replaceable batteries last 150 hours at setting three) and Premier (rechargeable battery lasts 18 hours after a full charge).

Reliefband will demonstrate the new Travel and Sport wearable devices and its entire family of products at CES 2020 from January 7-10 at the Sands Expo Convention Center, Tech West booth #46052 in the Wearables section and at CES Unveiled at Shorelines Exhibit Hall, Mandalay Bay on Sunday, January 5 from 5:00pm to 8:30pm at table #231.

Compatible with Apple Watch

At the Reliefband booth, a prototype will be shown in which the new Reliefband Sport can be configured to seamlessly attach to an Apple Watch. With an additional band, the Apple Watch would sit on top of a user’s wrist with the Reliefband Sport aligned on the underside of the wrist so it can delivery therapy.

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