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    Hormonal Imbalance

    Linda’s symptoms were as severe as they were alarming. “It started with constant snapping at my husband at work (I’m his bookkeeper). Over the course of a few months, I started getting heart palpitations and finally isolating myself because I felt so sick and emotionally drained,” said the 39-year-old mother of two.
    All my life, I’ve been incredibly proud of my long, thick hair. Then it happened: Dark hairs on my pillow. My shower drain plugged with clumps of hair. My hair falling out in handfuls. The shine and volume was gone.
    When I’m frazzled by stress and the busyness of life, I turn to family and friends. I gather around my loved ones, call my relatives who live out of town, or just get together with my friends. With each hug, ripple of laughter, and gesture of encouragement, my stress eases and I begin to feel better.
    The intense heat that spreads through your upper body … anxiety like there’s an invader in the room … doom-and-gloom depression … endless sleepless nights … a suddenly accelerated heartbeat … a leaky bladder … weight gain (especially around your tummy) … desert-dry skin (and vagina!). And what happened to that brain of yours that used to be so sharp and quick witted?
    You know that turbulent seesaw of emotions that can make you feel like you are completely out of control and losing your mind? You can thank fluctuating estrogen levels and hormonal changes for that.
    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.
    Dr. David Perlmutter interviewed me on his podcast, “The Empowering Neurologist“… about what might surprise you relating to hormones and menopause!
    Dr Anna Caneca talks about how we can protect our family from the sun, this summer.
    Do you drink a lot of soda? If so, you may be increasing your chances of a stroke! Read this blog as Dr. Anna Cabeca discusses a study on the relation of strokes and soda.
    Read this interesting blog by Rob Goodier that discusses how postmenopausal estrogen levels may predict heat disease!
    Dr. Anna Cabeca explains the effects of natural progesterone and how it is beneficial.