Brain Fog in Menopause: The Causes And The Treatment

Brain Fog is a Common Symptom of Menopause Brain fog is a common problem in menopause, that affects virtually millions of women over the age of 40. People suffering from brain fog, often complain that they feel disoriented, or have trouble putting their thoughts together. If you are suffering from brain fog, then you may Read More …

How To Stay Healthy on a Budget

Staying Healthy on a Budget Want to stay healthy on a budget?  Are you feeling like you need to be a millionaire just to maintain your health?  You are not alone.  Trying to stay healthy on a budget can be a huge challenge. I have also done several videos on my YouTube Channel on this Read More …

Optimal Health to 40. 50, 60 and Beyond!

A Little Bit About Me and My Work as a Naturopathic Doctor Greetings, My Name is Dr. Whimsy Anderson, ND, and I am a licensed naturopathic doctor, based in Los Angeles.  My offices are located in the heart of the city — just a stone’s throw away from Beverly Hills and West Hollywood.   In Read More …

6 Tips for Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease is a Progressive Disease Alzheimer’s disease is a cognitive disorder that progresses slowly over-time, and is the leading cause of dementia in the United States.   The disease may progress slowly.  And currently affects millions of Americans.  Alzheimer’s disease makes up over 60% of diagnosed cases of dementia. The risk factors for Alzheimer’s Read More …

5 Simple Tips to Lose Weight and Stay Healthy

Losing Weight Might Not Be Easy But it is No Mystery One of the main reasons people come to see me in my offices is a desire to lose weight.  The challenges of losing weight as we age can become quite stressful.  And many people fall into the trap of looking for a quick fix, Read More …

Using Energy Medicine to Assist In Healing A Trauma

Offering Energy Medicine While I work as a naturopathic doctor in Los Angeles; I also practice shiatsu massage and energy medicine.  In fact, many of the people who come to see me—report that it is the most therapeutic part of their visit. A Little Bit About My Training Long before I went to medical school, Read More …