Panchakarma is your best preventative medicine you can do- whether you do it at home or have someone else do it. – Tweet this. [Read more…] about Springtime Brings Hay Fever! (Part III)
If you’re very mucousy, then go off dairy, sugar, and grains. Find out what your dosha type is, and individualize a little bit closer; you could go by your symptoms as well. [Read more…] about Springtime Brings Hay Fever! (Part II)
Spring is in the air and, for a lot of people, so is hay fever. If you’re one of those people that has a hard time transitioning between the seasons, then this is for you. [Read more…] about Spring Fever Leading to Hay Fever? (Part I)
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.
My name is Dr. Keesha Ewers. In my 30+ years in medicine, I have found that patients who come to see me complain most often of feeling fatigued, frazzled, frumpy, and fat. They suspect they have a hormone imbalance, sometimes they know their adrenals are in trouble, but often don’t know they are either well on their way to developing an autoimmune disease, or they already have one or more autoimmune conditions! [Read more…] about The “4F” Knockdown Punch – Fatigued, Frazzled, Frumpy and Fat (The Fatigue Quiz)!
An ACE score is the total of 10 different types of abuse, neglect, and household dysfunction. The ACE quiz is by no means exhaustive, with the glaring absence of death and loss.
However, it does correlate early distressing events from childhood to chronic adult illness like an autoimmune disease.
According to the Adverse Childhood Experiences study, the tougher your childhood, the higher your score is likely to be, and the higher your risk for later chronic disease and even a shortened life-span. [Read more…] about The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Quiz.