New Video Highlights Eastern Medicine Effect On Nausea and Vomiting Through The Use Of The Neiguan P-6 Inner Passage
(Monday March 23, 2015) Tinton Falls, NJ – Pressure Point Inc. has just released a new 3D animated anti-nausea video documenting the effective use of the Neiguan P-6 Inner Passage for multiple causes of nausea and vomiting. Eastern medicine views the P-6 as one of the most important acupuncture/acupressure points because of its great number of body actions. The P-6 is also the most clinically tested of the body’s network of 361 pressure points for its effect on nausea and vomiting.
The Eastern medical approach has proven to be an effective means of countering the debilitating effects of nausea through the use of the body’s P-6 pressure point. To achieve such an outcome, there needs to be a catalyst effect over a continuous period of time. Pressure Point’s Pressure Right® acupressure nausea relief wrist strips can provide such an effect and more.
Joseph DiLustro, CEO of Pressure Point Inc. said, “The dynamics of the P-6 acupoint Inner Passage effect shown in the video demonstrates the mechanism by which the P6 acts as the trigger point to calm the body and shield the stomach from nausea and vomiting. Toxins like chemotherapy agents, general anesthesia, morning sickness influences or motion imbalances are identified as to contributing to nausea.”
The company’s clinically proven Pressure Right® P-6 acupressure nausea relief wrist strips have been cleared by the FDA for institutional and consumer use for multiple indications, such as, PONV, chemotherapy, morning sickness and travel/motion sickness. The strips adhesive component material has been used in hospitals for almost 50 years to secure tubing and other devices on patients. The adhesive strips secure the P-6 pressure button in place for up to 3 days to provide continuous nausea relief.
DiLustro added, “The focus of our video is to visually demonstrate how the P-6 acupoint can block the effects of nausea and vomiting in the body, as well as, help the body alleviate negative quality of life issues as a result of its soothing effect. The intent of the video is to enlighten and inform both the consumer and medical professional on the P-6 blocking action that can supplement therapeutic anti-nausea outcomes.”