The Doctors: Wall Squats Exercise
According to Dr. Travis Stork, Wall Squats are a great way to boost your energy, and you can do them almost anywhere, at any time. To do a Wall Squat, you put your back against a wall, bending at the knees and lowering yourself as if you were sitting in a chair.
You can do them anytime, but I find them exhausting, not energy boosting. They are a painful but presumably very effective exercise. Dr. Travis said that this will increase your heart rate and raise your metabolism.
“Try it during commercials of your favorite show,” Dr. Travis said. Read about More Commercial Break Exercises.
The Drs TV: Brown Spots Treatments
Before the show, The Doctors audience went through Visia Complexion Analysis. This is a fancy computer program that shows how your face will look as you age. It sounds like the consumer version of those age progression photos of missing children.
One woman, Alyson, allowed Dr. Andrew Ordon to reveal her results. He explained that the technology analyzes complexion, looking for brown spots, wrinkles, UV damage, and more. Alyson’s biggest concern is brown spots, and Dr. Andrew showed products she can try to fight her facial brown spots.
The Doctors: MyChelle Fruit Enzyme Mist & Fruit Fiesta Peel Review
The MyChelle Fruit Enzyme Mist and MyChelle Fruit Fiesta Peel use fruit acids and almond extract to exfoliate the face, stimulating collagen, and lightening brown spots.
For best results, Dr. Andrew also recommended a prescription for Hydroquinone. He said results won’t be noticeable for three to four weeks, and the full treatment can last up to six months, but he thinks it’s worth it. Alternatively, he said the Harmony 540 Laser can also fight brown spots.
The Doctors: Ulthera Sagging Skin Treatment Review
In the procedure room, Dr. Andrew met with Dr. Leif Rogers, a plastic and reconstructive surgeon. He showed off an ultrasonic machine that uses soundwaves to improve facial appearance.
His patient, Maya, has tried previous treatments of this therapy. The before and after photos seemed to smooth out some of the edges of her face, though she said the procedure pinches a bit. The machine delivers a prescribed number of pulses in specific areas, pinpointing trouble spots for best results.
Dr. Leif Rogers said many people benefit from a single treatment, but if patients want additional treatments, that is up to them. A list of doctors in your area who do this treatment is online at ulthera.com.