Dr Oz: Stress Busters
Are you tired of struggling with stress that you don’t know how to control? Do you feel overwhelmed with your daily responsibilities? Dr Oz featured some of his newest discoveries to battle stress, including Suma Extract, Herbal Concepts Neck Wraps, Stress Relieving Stretches and the Triple A Salad Recipe.
Doctor Oz: Suma Extract Review
Annette spoke up from the audience, saying she is racing the clock all day long, trying to get everything done before it’s time to pick her daughter up from school. By bedtime, she can’t unwind and relax enough to get good sleep.
Dr Oz suggested that she try what’s sometimes called Brazilian Ginseng. It’s Suma Extract, and he said this traditional medicine can help the body better deal with stress. The suggested dosage is 500 mg twice a day. Dr Oz has all the best Sleep Remedies.
Dr Oz: Triple A Stress Busting Salad Recipe
What’s your go to snack when you’re freaking out? For Annette, it’s potato chips. (What about Kale Chips?) Dr Oz also suggested an easy salad recipe she can try.
- 2 cups Romaine Lettuce
- ⅓ cup Almonds
- ⅔ cup Asparagus
- ⅔ cup Avocado
Combine the ingredients and enjoy a relaxing, healthy snack you can feel great about.
Dr Oz: Herbal Concepts Neck Wraps Review
Aromatherapy has been proven to work on lowering stress. You know what it’s like for your neck and shoulders to tense up. That’s where the Herbal Concepts Neck Wrap comes in.
You just microwave the wrap for 60 seconds, and then apply it directly to your neck to feel the soothing effects on your muscles, while breathing in the relaxing aromas. Plus, the wrap’s weight will keep you from hunching your shoulders.
Dr Oz: Stress Relief Stretch
Sore muscles are both a cause and result of stress. But Dr Oz said you can stretch them to help relieve your tension. The first step is isolating the affected muscle. He showed off a stretch for the lower back, neck, and shoulder area.
Stand with feet shoulder width apart. Grab your hands (or use a towel) behind your back. Lean forward, relaxing the shoulders and letting your neck hang loose.
Dr Oz: Geranium Essential Oil
Like all of us, Dr Oz has his own ways to unwind or give himself a mood boost. Here are some that he mentioned on the show.
Just a drop of Geranium Essential Oil on your finger could change the course of your day. Rub it behind the ear, massaging counterclockwise, and it could make your whole body relax.
Dark Chocolate Covered Cranberries
Looking for a snack that will have you smiling? Try Dr Oz’s suggestion, Chocolate Covered Cranberries. Dark Chocolate acts as an antioxidant, while Cranberries are rich in Manganese, to heighten Serotonin levels and improve your mood.
Dr Oz: Saffron Tea
Saffron is a time-tested natural mood booster. Drink it as Saffron Tea at bedtime or whenever you want to relax. Sweeten it using a little bit of honey.