Dr Oz Recap February 25 2013
Dr. Oz shared his 24 hour stress cleanse to help you reduce your anxiety while detoxing your body of all the bad stuff. He and his guests shared ways to lower your stress with breathing exercises and stress-busting recipes. They also talked about how acupuncture beads and listening to music can help to calm your anxiety.
Did you know there are unlikely health detectives in your life? Who they are might just surprise you! Find out what common health issues your shoe salesman or optometrist might detect before your doctor. They could literally save your life!
Dr Oz: Social Media Break Reduces Stress & Cleansing Nightcap Recipe
Dr. Oz and his guests discussed the best ways to reduce your stress and lower your anxiety. They created a 24 hour cleanse that includes breathing exercises and a break from social media. Could you go a whole 24 hours without logging onto Facebook?
Dr Oz: Sweet Potato Veggie Burger & Mediterranean Wild Salmon Recipe
Dr. Oz and dietitian Mitzi Dulan shared the best foods to balance out your blood sugar, which will also reduce your stress. They shared recipes to get you through Dr. Oz’s 24 hour stress cleanse, including a carrot quinoa salad that you just might want to make for dinner tonight!
Dr Oz: Try Acupuncture Beads To Reduce Anxiety & Aveda Blue Oil Review
Dr. Oz and his guests shared easy ways to reduce your stress even if you do not have a lot of time. They included tips to improve your posture, ear acupuncture and listening to music!
Dr Oz: Eye Exam Detects Stroke & Can You Get Ringworm From Your Cat?
Dr. Oz shared some of the most unlikely health detectives in your life. Would you believe that your hairdresser could see the signs of skin cancer before you doctor? Find out how a routine visit to your optometrist could detect symptoms of high blood pressure or high cholesterol.
Dr Oz: Does Drinking Too Much Coffee Signal a Vitamin B12 Deficiency?
Are you suddenly drinking a lot more coffee than you used to? Do you just chalk it up to being tired from everyday life? Dr. Keri Peterson said it could actually be a sign that you have a vitamin B12 deficiency and should talk to your doctor about taking a supplement.
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