Most women that are sexually active and engage in oral sex experience that niggling anxiety about their smell and taste at some point. Let’s face it, ladies, it’s true. When I first wrote this article, I got feedback from several male patients and friends that this is often true for men too. [Read more…] about Foods That Change Your Smell (and Taste) Down There.
Nasya Oil is nasal oil from the world of Ayurvedic medicine, the 10,000 year-old sister science of yoga. Not only does adding this in-expensive and simple step to your daily routine increase your immunity to the seasonal cold and flu bugs, but it also helps with stress reduction, memory, focus, and mood stabilization.
Nasya oil can be purchased from a variety of suppliers, but it’s inexpensive and super easy to make in your own kitchen. This is a Mystic Medicine winner as it relieves fatigue, insomnia, dark circles under the eyes, and reverses the effects of allergies and sinus issues. [Read more…] about Reduce Stress, Anxiety and Brain Fog with Nasal Oil.
Do you ever find yourself struggling with depression, or anxiety, or in a need to control everything around you? I’m Dr. Keesha Ewers, and this is something that I help a lot of patients through- helping to navigate the emotional soup of their lives.
I can help you to navigate the emotional soup of your life. – Tweet this!
Remember that emotions are a wide spectrum. We have everything from the darkest and gloomiest of moods to the lightest and brightest, and we can’t stay in one forever. Emotions are much like waves that come up from the ocean onto the beach. They’ll come in, and then they’ll recede again. [Read more…] about Navigating Uncomfortable Emotions.
When I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis 22 years ago I was a complete and total full-blown sugar addict. I don’t say this lightly. I mean it. I was addicted to sugar the way an alcoholic is addicted to alcohol. In order to reverse my autoimmune disease (which I did within 6 months of diagnosis and it’s been gone ever since), I had to quit sugar. The break up was tough. In fact I write about this in my #1 best-selling book, Solving the Autoimmune Puzzle. I talk about what I now call the “detox-retox rollercoaster.” It took several detox-retox cycles before I finally knew that sugar was like rat poison. I knew I would never eat rat poison, so I was able to stop eating sugar. One of the ways I was able to stop so completely is by replacing the rat poison version of sugar and sugar substitutes with some alternatives that still gave me the sweet taste every once in a while. [Read more…] about Eat Treats and Still Reverse Autoimmune Disease
Do you find that you’re anxious a lot, to the point what I call the hamster is going on the wheel; you can’t get it to stop with your thoughts, having a hard time going to sleep because of anxiety, even panic attacks?
I’m Dr. Keesha Ewers, and I’ve helped hundreds of people just like you with that problem navigate it and move through it.
I would like to give you tips on how to affect your mood in a way that’s natural. There are a lot of things I do in my medical practice. Neurotransmitters, adrenal glands, and hormones do all kinds of things to help you balance but one thing you can do at home is to look at your food.
Remember that food equals mood always. – Tweet this!
Have you had trauma in your childhood? I’m Dr. Keesha Ewers. I help people understand the meaning of trauma, and the impact that it has on your adult life.
One of the things that people say to me is “No, I didn’t have any trauma. I had a really good childhood.” I would like you to understand that everybody has had trauma; it just depends on where your bar is set.
You can have capital-T trauma, or you can have lower-case-t trauma.
Capital-T trauma is going to be sexual abuse, domestic violence, physical, psychological, verbal abuse, neglect; all the scenarios that were described in the adverse childhood experiences study that was done between 1995 and 1997 that I wrote about it in my book, “Solving the Autoimmune Puzzle.”
The lower-case-t traumas, are going to be situations like failing a test, getting picked last for the baseball team, having a set of friends on the playground one day and then having them all turn against you the next day, being in a motor vehicle accident, having someone that you love to die, including a pet. These are all very traumatic experiences, that’s what gets locked into your body. [Read more…] about The Impact on Your Health from Stressful Childhood Events.