Dr Oz: OTC Remedies
On today’s show, Doctor Oz introduced Dr. Kerri Peterson to give you the best over-the-counter remedies for your most common ailments. And don’t forget to click on the following link to checkout Dr Oz’s Cellulite Remedies too. I absolutely love all of these segment on Remedies! Dr. Peterson stated 25 percent of women suffer from constant indigestion and end up picking the wrong product to alleviate the symptoms.
Fleet Saline Enema Review for Constipation
Jeanne, an audience member, told Doctor Oz that she was anemic so she took iron supplements.
Unfortunately, with iron comes constipation, so she took a stool softener. Dr. Peterson said that for immediate relief, you should not take a stool softener because it does not take effect for 12-17 hours. Try Fleet Saline Enema. Dr Oz demonstrated how to use the product by taking the top off and squirting from the bottom. (Glad I wasn’t sitting in the front row today!) The steady stream breaks and loosens up the stool within 1-5 minutes.
Phillips Milk of Magnesia Review for Heartburn
Deana, another audience member, stated she had constant heartburn. To relieve her symptoms, she used an OTC protein pump inhibitor. Dr. Peterson stated that for immediate relief, try an antacid. Purchase Phillips Milk of Magnesia , which contains magnesium so it dissolves more quickly. Calcium products work less quickly but lasts for a longer period of time. You can even use calcium products as a supplement.
Phazyme Review for Gas
Jen, an audience member, told Doctor Oz that she ate healthy foods in order to prevent gas before it starts. Dr. Peterson noted that gas is caused by a lot of different foods and you need simethicone to break up that gas up. Phazyme gas relief-acts quickly and lasts longer.
Thermacare Heat Patch Review for Belly Cramps
Emily told Dr Oz that she took ibuprofen for her cramps. Cramping comes from a number of issues like menstrual cycles or diarrhea. Ibuprofen can even sometimes cause stomach pains. Thermacare Heat Patches work as effectively as a pill. To use, place the pad directly onto the skin.