Rapid Response where we take 5 minutes to do a quick and rapid Q&A session. Listen to the episode now by CLICKING HERE.
♡ Ways to reduce toxic stress as adults?
- Be supportive of one another, do what you love, avoid toxic people or a toxic workplace and get your R&R!
♡ Favorite sunscreen?
- Elta MD!
♡ What's it like being a Doctor?
Rewarding, emotional, stressful, stability, purpose!
♡ How to avoid breaking out?
Have that routine downpacked, pick up on your triggers
♡ What is a favorite cleanser of ours?
Burt's bees facial cleanser for sensitive skin
♡ Best way to prevent UTIs?
Peeing after sex, if you have recurrent UTIs be sure to go to your doctor for a checkup!
♡ Go to smoothie?
Dose & Co. Collagen Powder (Chocolate flavor) with banana, almond milk, cacao nibs & peanut butter.
♡ Hacks to fall asleep faster?
Use your bedroom for sleep only! Reading is another nice thing to do in bed.
♡ Best facial?
Currently loving the DiamondGLOW facial. Deep cleans, brightens, exfoliates, resurfaces and adds moisture to your skin.
♡ Is it bad if I don't wash my face after wearing makeup?
You have to wash your face! Never go to sleep with makeup on so at the very least grab a cleansing wipe.
♡ Which diet is the best overall?
There are so many on the market but the best diet that has been tested time and time again is the Mediterranean diet! Heart healthy, of course. And don't forget our motto. Everything in moderation!
♡ I want to start eating healthier but my partner does not want to, what can I do?
You can make separate meals if they are not ready to get on board yet & if your meals are good who knows you just might convince them!
♡ Favorite workout routines?
Walking on the treadmill, squats, arms.. basically full body. Another good one is some low impact Yoga.
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