Dr. Oz: Short Term Memory Loss Causes
Do you ever lose your keys, or get in the car but forget where you’re going? Short term memory loss is very common, and the answer to this problem may be hiding in your medicine cabinet.
Dr. Oz said that short term memory loss can be caused by medications like antihistamines, anti-depressants, and heartburn medicine. He and Alisa, a dog trainer, enlisted the help of adorable pooches Brandy and Quincy for a quick demonstration.
Frisbees represented memories, and the dogs represented our brains. Medications are like a leash, preventing your brain from catching the memory that’s flying by. As soon as Alisa removed the leashes, Brandy and Quincy caught their frisbees with ease.
So in order to restore your memory, stop taking those medications. However, don’t ever just quit cold turkey; Dr. Oz suggests enlisting the help of your doctor.
Dr Oz: Baggy Eyes Natural Remedies
Dr. Oz also helped an audience member in her fight against puffy, baggy eyes. She said that her entire family has them, and no makeup will get rid of them. Dr. Oz explained that there is a genetic element involved, but there are definitely ways to reduce eye puffiness.
Aging, allergies, salt, and sleep habits are the main causes of baggy eyes. To get rid of them, try warm, salt water-soaked cotton pads rubbed gently onto the eyes, which can help extract fluid. Also try lifting your head in bed with a pillow in order to reverse the effects of gravity. Then, ice the eyes using frozen peas or a frozen spoon. Cucumbers also work, because they are cold and moist. Dr. Oz treated four audience members to a luxurious segment of anti-puff remedies!
The spoon trick works great I tried alot of remedies and the spoon works also taking a bowl of cold water with ice cubes and splashing your face works great too