Dr Oz Anemia Cause For Exhaustion And Draining The Life Out Of You

Today on this segment of the Dr Oz show – Dr Oz Anemia Cause For Exhaustion And Draining The Life Out Of You Know the 3 Things That Are Sucking The Life Out Of You!

3. Caffeine Overload – Caffeine is a stimulant and we drink it a lot of times because we want to feel more energized, but it does actually suck the life out of you. If you drink too much coffee, tea or chocolate you put your body into overdrive. When your body is hyper stimulated it actually works against you. It can also prevent you from getting to sleep,which can lead to extreme exhaustion and we need enough sleep to reboot the body.

The average cup of coffee has 100 mg of caffeine it. The average cup of decaf coffee has 32 mg of caffeine. plenty enough caffeine to keep you up. Many pain relievers have caffeine in them as well, this caffeine can reduce the pain in the body, but some of these pain relievers have more caffeine than a can of soda does.

2. Drug Interactions the second thing sucking and draining the life out of you. The warning labels on a lot of drugs say “Drowsiness may occur”. The problem often occurs when your taking that drug with another drug. For example taking antibiotics will change the way you metabolize caffeine sometimes. Dr Oz said if your taking OTC medications talk to your pharmacist.

1. Anemia – Dr Oz says Anemia is the number one thing draining the life out you. Anemia can be caused by two little iron in your diet. You need iron to make red blood cells to function normally. If you don’t have enough red blood cells, your not going to feel as energetic as you could feel.

Dr Oz told us 3 simple tests to check for anemia.

1. Check your palms – The lines of the palms are supposed to be dark. If the lines in your palms are pale looking means you don’t have enough iron in your body, not enough red cells travelling around.

2. Eyelid Test – Pull down your lower eyelid to see if it’s pale or not. It should be pinkish

3. The Tongue – The underside of your tongue is supposed to be nice and pink and if it’s not means there is not enough blood in the capillaries. That paleness is what doctor’s look for when they examine you for anemia that may be sucking the life out of you!