Dr Oz, Astragalus Root Is Immune System Booster, Retinol Cream Review

Dr. Oz Talks About How Astragalus Root Can Boost Your Immune System Naturally

The first half of today’s Dr. Oz show was devoted to holistic cures to remedy ailments that affect millions of people across the country.  During the opening segment he talks with Natasha Turner about how to lower your cholesterol and repair liver damage.  During this segment Dr. Oz talks about how Astragalus Root can boost your immune system naturally and how retinol cream can reduce fine lines and wrinkles caused by sun damage.

Boost Your Immune System With Astragalus Root

Sleep deprivation is a huge problem for so many people.  Dr. Oz said that one of his biggest complaint that he receives from viewers is from women who say that they don’t get enough sleep. Regardless of what they try they can never find a way to fall asleep or to stay asleep.  Natasha Turner said that lack of sleep can weaken your immune system and leave you more vulnerable to sickness.  Natasha said that ideally you should get 7 or more hours of sleep each night.  She said that your risk of dying jumps by 15 percent of you are only getting 5 hours of sleep per night.  So, how do you get the sleep you need without resorting to prescription medications that have side effects?

Astragalus Root – This holistic cure has been around for many centuries.  Astragalus root has anti-viral properties that also has the added benefit of helping you sleep at night.  Find a 400 mg supplement and take 1 hour before laying down to bed at night.

Retinol Cream Review

During the last portion of this segment Dr. Oz talks about a health mistake that he made during his youth.  Dr. Oz loves the sun and he admits that he probably exposed himself to more than he should when he grew up in Turkey.  He still enjoys the sun but overexposure increases your chances of getting skin cancer.  Dr. Cybele Fishman said that if you spend a lot of time outdoors in the sun, retinol should be one of the skin treatments that you have by your bedside.  She suggests taking retinol cream at night.  She also suggested that you should start out by only applying it to your skin 3 times per week until your skin adjusts to the retinol.  She said that the retinol cream will reduce fine lines, wrinkles, and improve your skin pigment.

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