Learn everything you wanted to know about the health benefits of maca, including how it helps alleviate menopausal symptoms and what type of maca is right for you. Read More
Rest assured, you’re not going insane. Your body is going through some changes and it feels as if you are going crazy, but I assure you, you’re not. Read More
Have you been feeling disconnected from yourself and the world, constantly tired and stressed, and find yourself avoiding connections rather than making them? Then you’re going to want to read about what might be wreaking havoc in your body.
It is estimated that nearly 75% of women in the US will have had at least one yeast infection in their lifetime! Natural treatments that can help.
Do you know the difference in estrogens and androgens in your body? Androgens may be more effective in supporting pelvic floor musculature and incontinence issues, as well as improving arousal and libido. Read More
A true story about how stress and hormone imbalances can affect a woman's fertility and how adrenal support and alkalinity can help. Read More
Dr. David Perlmutter interviewed me on his podcast, “The Empowering Neurologist“… about what might surprise you relating to hormones and menopause! Read More
Do you love chocolate? Did you know that eating a little quality chocolate may be beneficial to your heart health! Dr. Anna Cabeca discusses the health benefits of some of her favorite treats, including chocolate and maca. Read More
When I had my practice, women came to me to be treated surgically for incontinence, vaginal atrophy and sexual dysfunction. But I found a better approach after years of research. Androgen therapy such as DHEA resulted in improvements! Read More
Dr Anna Cabeca talks about Hormone Therapy, Menopause and Aging in Cuba apart from her little adventures there
Conquer all 3 components of the Devil’s Pitchfork. Learn to counter the chronic stress in your life! Feel more energetic! Here's how.
All of you cortisol junkies out there need more "O" in your life! Learn why you need oxytocin to counteract the negative effects of too much cortisol. Read More