What we’re talking about is this episode!
- Breaking down the changing hormonal landscape of menopause
- Why self-care is paramount to healing symptoms over the age of 35
- The three questions you should be asking yourself to stay in spiritual alignment
- What to expect when transitioning from perimenopause to menopause
- The importance of alkaline in balancing your hormones and feeling better
After being diagnosed with premature ovarian failure, or early menopause, at age 38, Dr. Anna Cabeca decided that she was going to fight back, and set off on a trip around the world seeking answers and philosophies. She took what she learned and integrated it into her own life as well as the lives of her gynecology patients, resulting in a miracle baby at 42 and the ability to help women overcome their hormonal struggles and transition into menopause with grace and ease.
Today Dr. Anna shares how she has been able to create products and programs to help empower women to be their own healers. She dispels the myths surrounding menopause and perimenopause so that you can balance your hormones and get back to feeling your best. By addressing your symptoms and their underlying issues from the moment they arise, you can find your center and align with your soul image.
If you are looking for answers as to what to expect during perimenopause and menopause, looking for answers to what you can do right now to lessen your symptoms, or better want to understand how menopause doesn’t have to be a rollercoaster, this episode is for you.
Where are you at on your journey through your changing body? Let us know in the comments below!
“I think with the grace of God, the information that I was able to learn helped reverse my menopause, my premature ovarian failure, and help me then open my eyes to another world of medicine.” (12:30)
“The body is so powerful. It has this tremendous capacity to heal itself, and that makes all the difference in the world.” (13:39)
“Our physiology drives our behavior, and it is so important for women to understand that because we start to blame ourselves.” (28:47)
“Never give up hope, and you are never too old. Really keep looking at your potential as ‘what the next thing you want to do’ and go for it” (38:09)