Acupressure is another popular method of controlling morning sickness. Located approximately 1½ inches up your wrist, there is a special acupressure point called the “inner gate."
Pressing firmly on this nerve, found between the two bones, for just 2 minutes is thought to give nausea the heave-ho. Alternatively, you can purchase a wristband from any pharmacy, which will apply this pressure for you.
They are normally used to control seasickness but it can have the same effect for pregnant women suffering with morning sickness.