Dr Oz: 7 Deadly Symptoms You Should Never Ignore
Dr Oz’s show on July 14, 2011 is called 7 Deadly Symptoms You Should Never Ignore. Here is a quick overview of what Doctor Oz said are the seven deadly symptoms and what they could mean:
1. Stomach Pain could indicate Gall Stones.
2. Vision Changes could indicate Diabetes.
3. Persistent Headaches could indicate Aneurysm Ruptures.
4. Leg Cramps could indicate Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).
5. Bleeding Gums could indicate Leukemia.
6. Shortness of Breath could be an indication of Asthma.
7. Persistent Nausea could be a sign of a Heart Attack (click here to read more about this symptom: Dr Oz Persistent Nausea & Heart Attacks).
If you have any of the above 7 Deadly Symptoms, then you should definitely see a doctor. Please pass this link on to all of your friends and family members so that we can help save lives and improve lives by becoming more aware of potentially life threatening health signs: Dr Oz 7 Deadly Symptoms.
Dr Oz: Hot Flashes
Doctor Oz did a segment on great products for people suffering from Hot Flashes. Have you tried any of these Hot Flash Products? From Cooling Blankets to Wicking Sheets to full-blown Bed Cooling Systems, there are tons of products on the market to help us cope with Hot Flashes. You can even try incorporating things like Flaxseed Powder or Flax Oil into your diet to reduce your Hot Flashes. There was a study that showed that Licorice Root Extract also can dramatically decrease your Hot Flashes. What are your favorite ways to deal with Hot Flashes? Please leave a comment below and share your thoughts and experiences!
Dr Oz: Keratin Treatments & Brazilian Blowout
Dr Oz also spoke about what is safe and what is dangerous as far as Hair Straighteners go. Everyone always seems to want the opposite of what they have… so ladies with curly or wavy hair of course want straight hair. One of the latest popular hair straightening treatments is called the Brazilian Blowout, which can cost $500. But some claim that Formaldehyde has been found in the Brazilian Blowout hair treatments. Keratin Treatments apparently also have Formaldehyde in them, but Cheryl Kramer Kaye told Dr Oz that they are extremely low levels that are not considered dangerous. Personally, I think I will stick with Hair Straighteners and Flat Irons, where the biggest risk is that you will fry your hair if you are not careful. But at least you are not at risk of being exposed to Formaldehyde!
Here is one more recap of the Dr Oz Show on July 14, 2011: