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#030: Solving the Autoimmune Puzzle with Dr. Keesha Ewers

Autoimmune disease surpasses cancer in numbers of women affected and is one of the leading causes of death among women. Adverse childhood events have been demonstrated to contribute to this challenging group of diseases where a person’s immune system is literally attacking their own body and often causes death. Traditional medical treatments attempt to suppress the symptoms but don’t address these and other underlying causes.

Dr. Keesha Ewers knows first-hand what it takes to heal from autoimmune disease from the perspective of a patient and a doctor and shares insight from her best-selling book, Solving the Autoimmune Puzzle, with listeners in this episode. Yes, there are lifestyle issues that need to be addressed but metabolizing unresolved hurt and trauma is a key factor in healing from autoimmune disease. Learn why saying “No” is one of the most powerful tools to use.

Also get a sneak-peek into pearls of wisdom from her upcoming book, The Libido Cure, which details the key factors involved in maintaining and obtaining a healthy sex drive. It might not be what you think.

Listen up as these two experienced clinicians who have overcome their own health challenges naturally share their wisdom and suggested take-action steps for you to move closer to brilliant health starting today.

Key Notes:

  • Learn the difference between little “t” trauma and big “T” Trauma in childhood

  • Understand why psychospiritual dynamics are key in healing from autoimmune disease

  • Find out what the autoimmune personality type is and ways to move towards healing

  • Get insight into key factors involved in a healthy libido and ways to improve these inputs

  • Learn that it’s normal for the majority of women to not have a sex drive in relationship


“Autoimmune disease is undigested anger.” – Dr. Keesha Ewers

“Everybody with autoimmune disease has some perfectionism in them.” – Dr. Keesha Ewers

“Your sex hormones are necessary but not sufficient for a healthy sex drive” – Dr. Kyrin Dunston

“Shine with your own brilliance.”– Dr. Keesha Ewers

Links Mentioned:

Dr. Keesha Ewers’ website –

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