Dr Oz’s 24-Hour Energy Boost Plan
Do you toss and turn all night and then find yourself struggling to get going in the morning? On today’s show, Doctor Oz gave you his 24-Hour Energy Boost to help fight fatigue with a Heated Rice Footsie, Rooibos Tea, a Rosemary Energy Spritz, a Spelt Salad Recipe, the Bioelevation Explosion exercise and Cold Mitten Friction. (This plan is so good, it even works for the extremely busy!) If you’re a woman that is energy deprived, try this plan for just 24 hours and see if it changes how you feel. (I guarantee it will!) Do the plan as a lifestyle change, and you will bust your fatigue for good!
Dr Oz: Bioelevation Explosion for Morning Fatigue
Dr Oz says how you start your morning could dictate the rest of your day. Ursette, an audience member, told Dr Oz that she didn’t get to bet until late in the evenings, so she didn’t get as much sleep as she would like, and the next morning, she’d wake up exhausted. Studies show people who are active in the morning are much more productive. In order to get that energy morning boost, try the bioelevation explosion. To do, when you get out of bed, crouch down so the heart is around the knees and then “explode” by jumping up into the air. The blood is pulled back to the heart and will get the circulation going. (Dr Oz had the entire audience do the bioelevation explosion for the first time on national television.)
Dr Oz: Cold Mitten Friction Fights Morning Fatigue
Want to get your energy going? Dr Oz says try the Cold Mitten Friction. To do, put the tip of
your mittens into ice water. Massage up your arms (with the mittens on) in a circular motion. Doing this will milk your lymph nodes. Do this for 2-minutes every morning. Get even more energy by doing this along with the bioelevation explosion.
Dr Oz: Spelt Salad for Mid-Day Fatigue
Find yourself running out of steam halfway through the day? Dr Oz says not eating enough food for lunch will zap your energy. (Coincidentally, eating too much food will zap your energy too.) Studies show that not eating enough for lunch will not only zap your energy, it may cause you to gain weight because you will compensate by eating more in the evening. Spelt is a very old grain that has been consumed for years. It’s high in protein and has a mellow, nutty flavor. It also contains B vitamins and fiber to help keep the bowels moving. Mix spelt in lentils or sprinkle onto your salad for a quick pick-me-up lunch.
Dr Oz: Rosemary Energy Spritz Recipe
Did you know too much caffeine can make you tired? Dr Oz says we consume caffeine in many products like pain relievers, ice cream and even decaffeinated coffee. Consuming too much caffeine de-sensitizes us to its effects. To get more energy in the afternoon, try a rosemary energy spritz. Place a sprig of rosemary into a spray bottle filled with water and let sit overnight. The next day, spray on your face. As it dries, you can smell rosemary more. It goes right to the brain to give you more energy.
Dr Oz: Anti-Insomnia Rooibos Tea
Wendy, an audience member, told Dr Oz that she had 2 teenage boys and was a preschool teacher, so that kept her busy throughout the day. At night, she was wound up and couldn’t sleep, thinking about her boys and her job. Fact: 40% of us have problems with insomnia every year. (Add me to that number!) Dr Oz says lack of sleep is linked to all kinds of issues that keep us fatigued. Right before bed, add Rooibos tea to hot water. Rooibos tea contains anti-oxidants to reduce tension, irritability and headaches-symptoms associated with insomnia.
Dr Oz: Heated Rice Footsie for Insomnia
Place rice into a sock and then put the sock in microwave. Heat until warm (not hot). Place the sock on your foot so the heat can help automatically cool your body, which will make you tired and sleep better.
Dr Oz says try his plan and you will see an energy boost in just 24 hours.