Dr. Oz September 25 2012 Recap
If you are about to put a melatonin pill in your mouth, stop now and read the links below. Dr. Oz September 25 2012 discussed the dangers of taking melatonin to help you fall asleep. Dr. Michael Breus joins Dr. Oz in letting the viewers know the dangers of taking melatonin and the dangers of taking more doses than you may need. And believe me, you are probably taking far to much. Dr. Oz also debunked several anti-aging myths the audience had.
Dr. Oz September 25 2012 had a lot more to say about melatonin and what he believes to be some pretty popular anti-aging myths. Click the links below to get in the know about the dangers of melatonin.
Dr. Oz: Melatonin Hangovers, Melatonin Dangers & Symptoms to Watch For
Melatonin can be terribly dangerous to your sleep cycle. Most people taking melatonin, according to Dr. Oz, are not taking it the right way. Dr. Oz is also joined by Dr. Michael Breus who talks to viewers about what melatonin is really used for.
Dr. Oz: 1 mg Melatonin Dosage & How Much Melatonin is Dangerous
Dr. Breus and Dr. Oz discuss the right amount of melatonin to take and how taking too much can be dangerous. The doctors also highlight the people who would be candidates to take the hormone, but it is a very small group of people.
Dr. Oz PMR: Progressive Muscle Relaxation Exercise Download Sleep Help
Dr. Breus teaches the women on the show, who are having trouble falling asleep each night, find a great new exercise they can do right in bed to make them sleep right into a deep sleep. Click the link below to see just what Dr. Breus taught the viewers.
Dr. Oz: Do Moisturizers Prevent Wrinkles & Do Lips Thin As You Get Old?
Dr. Oz fields some anti-aging myths that range from moisturizing your face can stop wrinkles to brushing your lips to keep them from thinning. Dr. Oz explains why many of these procedures do not work and why some of them actually do.
Dr. Oz: Does Sleeping Braless Make Your Breasts Sag?
Every woman wants to keep her breasts firm and away from their knees, but will wearing a bra to bed keep them from sagging. Dr. Oz explains why it is normal for breasts to change texture as they age.
Dr. Oz: Gray Hair Myths & Anti-Aging Face Masks
Dr. Oz addresses one woman’s question about pulling out gray hairs, as well as shows the audience some of the weirder worldwide anti-aging myths.