Dr. Weil often recommends acupressure for nausea or motion sickness, and uses a form of it himself when necessary by stimulating points on the inner surfaces of the wrists that control nausea. Traditionally done with finger pressure, the updated version of this treatment employs wristbands equipped with a plastic peg that presses on the points. You can get these wristbands at many drug and health food stores. Follow package directions carefully to locate the acupressure points, because proper placement of the wristbands is critical. Dr. Weil has used the wristbands to avoid seasickness and found them to work well.