Dr Oz: 24 Hour Break From Social Media Reduces Stress
Getting rid of stress can be difficult but it is very important to our health, so Dr. Oz went over the best ways to reduce stress in just 24 hours. He showed the audience the importance of taking time away from social media, he went over some recipes to help stop stress and he gave out some breathing exercises that are going to wipe away stress and keep your anxiety levels down.
Dr Oz: STR8-N-Up Wrap Review
Dr. Rajita Sinha said straightening your posture is going to reduce stress. Many people who complain of too much stress also complain about pain in the neck, shoulders and back, according to Dr. Sinha. To help you straighten your posture and lower your stress, she suggested trying the STR8-N-Up Wrap which puts pressure on your back to help you stand up straighter.
If you don’t have the money for the STR8-N-Up Wrap, Dr. Oz suggested standing with your hands clasped casually behind your back. It will naturally pull your shoulders back and improve your posture.
Dr Oz: Aveda Blue Oil Balancing Concentrate Review
Dietitian Mitzi Dulan said everyone carries stress around with them all day, especially busy moms who need to take care of the household, work outside the home and/or drive kids to all of their activities. Good thing she had a stress-busting oil that can work for any busy mom. The product is called Aveda Blue Oil Balancing Concentrate. She suggested rolling it on your wrist or behind your ears, which are both stress points, for a calming aromatherapy you can do from the comfort of your own home.
Dr Oz: One Minute Of Music Reduces Stress
Dr. Jennifer Caudle said music is also a great way to calm your nerves and get rid of stress. Just taking one minute to listen to music every day will lower stress.
Dr Oz: Acupuncture Beads Reduce Stress
Acupuncturist Jill Blakeway said acupuncture beads are a great way to reduce stress. Studies have even revealed acupuncture beads relieved stress in mothers whose children were going through surgical procedures. If it can calm a mother whose child is in the hospital, it can calm anyone down.
Blakeway explained the tiny beads are actually placed just inside of the person’s ear and are a wonderful continuation after a patient receives needle acupuncture treatment.
Have you ever tried acupuncture beads as a way to reduce your stress? Would you consider it as an option to relieve your anxiety? Let us know in the comments section below.