The Girlfriend Doctor w/ Dr. Anna Cabeca
Summary: Dr. Anna Cabeca is The Girlfriend Doctor. She's the first call for the woman who has questions she would only ask her best girlfriend if her girlfriend were a triple-board-certified OB-GYN. This top health podcast is all about helping women live better lives — before, during, and after menopause.
A staggering 30 million women worldwide suffer from pelvic pain, & it’s not only those who have had children. In fact, most women go without talking about their pelvic floor out of embarrassment & confusion. A proper pelvic floor exercise routine will help so many aspects of your life, from your sexual & anatomy health to your physical health & wellbeing. Today’s guest is Isa Herrera, pelvic floor physical therapist, & we’re talking about everything you need to know about having a healthy pelvic floor
Keto-Green is the way of eating, and living I developed when I entered perimenopause, and I’ve shared it in the hope that it helps other women combat the changes their bodies go through during this time. With a foundation in the keto diet, I emphasise alkaline foods and ensuring your body maintains a neutral pH. Not only has KetoGreen helped women manage their changing bodies, many of lost weight following it!
Autoimmune conditions are becoming more and more common, especially among American women. Why is that? And is it possible to reverse these conditions to live a healthy, happy life? Our guest, Palmer Kippola, has successfully reversed her Multiple Sclerosis and now works with others to naturally reverse their autoimmune diseases.
Feeling stuck in a rut and in need of a change is an incredibly common feeling. In fact, as we mature and age, this feeling will intensify as we find our priorities and motivations change. Finding you’re at a fork in the road can be an exciting time full of possibilities, and today’s guest, Sheree Clark, has built her midlife around this concept.
Falling in love is the easy part. The chemical reaction in your body when you find someone to share your life with is fun, exciting, and adventurous. It’s staying in love that’s hard. Today, I’m joined by relationship expert, Arielle Ford, about how keep your relationships alive, thriving, and full of love.
When it comes to the food we eat daily, it’s astonishing to learn how our farming practices have changed so much over the decades. It used to be possible to consume all our necessary vitamins and minerals through food. But now, it’s become a bit of a minefield to ensure we’re reaching recommended daily values and consuming food from sustainable sources.
Whether you’ve never been in a long-term relationship, feel like you need to grab the next man you meet, or you’re finding your way back to life after a divorce, it’s never too late to find love. As our guest, Dr Diana Kirschner, explains, when you’re willing and ready to put yourself out there to find Mr. or Mrs. Right, miracles happen. The perfect mate for you is out there.
Brain fog, menstrual memory, dementia, and Alzheimer's are all conditions and diseases that affect our brain. All of us worry about those times when we forget something, and in our 20s and 30s it’s usually not a big deal. But when we get older, into our 50s, 60s, and beyond, the concern can definitely be real -- are we losing our memories for good?
When you’re going through menopause, gaining weight, suffering through hot flashes, and having trouble sleeping are just the tip of the iceberg. You’re probably feeling forgetful, anxious, and moodier than ever before. Not to mention your sex drive has probably gone kaput. It’s all over from here - or is it?
A staggering 80% of women across the world will have noticeable hair loss by the time they’re 60 years old. Hair loss can affect our appearance and confidence, but perhaps more importantly, it can indicate some underlying health issues or nutrient deficiencies.
We all know what it feels like to be rundown, stressed, and on the brink of burnout. My guest, Dr. Mariza Snyder, a specialist in using essential oils for hormone health, shares today how and why you should be including them in your health care routine, including as a way to reduce stress.
Poop. It’s something we all do, some more frequently than others, but it’s not something we often talk about. Getting into the nitty-gritty of your daily dooty can help diagnose all sorts of health issues, and that’s just what our guest, Dr. Marisol Teijeiro does.
On this episode of Couch Talk, Dr. Anna Cabeca discusses with Dr. Tara Miller about the effects of trauma, stress management, and the benefits of self-regulation therapy (SRT).
On this episode of Couch Talk, Dr. Anna Cabeca discusses with Katie Wells about the top three parenting tips that she practices, that have made her life easier, and family healthier.
On this episode of Couch Talk, Dr. Anna Cabeca discusses with Dr. Michael Gelb about sleep disorders, sleep problems, and breathing and respiratory issues affecting sleep.