Whether it's driving on a winding road, sailing on the San Francisco Bay or flying on a plane odds are I'll end up getting motion sickness. It's been that way for as long as I can remember. So, when I found out about the Reliefband device at CES earlier this year I had to check it out. It claims to eliminate symptoms like nausea or vomiting often associated with motion sickness and morning sickness. How does it work? This wearable device sends a signal to your nerves which in turn interferes with your body's nausea and vomiting process. I tried it out and I definitely felt a zing to my middle finger. If you've battled motion sickness or morning sickness is this something you'd try out?
We've heard a lot about "smart" devices we can wear on our wrists but what about on your feet? Ladies, are you ready for smart shoes like these DigitSole pumps that I discovered at CES? I'm not sure I need heels that track my every step and heart rate but I do like the fact that you can control the temperature of the digitsole. Which for me, means no more cold tootsies!