As a Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor and Sexual Health Expert, Dr. Julissa® dives deep into
blunt and raw conversations, surrounding topics from how to overcome sexual health challenges,
to a focus on sexual pleasure enhancement, intimacy and everything in between… (the sheets)!
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God used Dr. Julissa and every remedy she gave me to heal PCOS, fistulas, infertility and the list goes on. She's helped me, and I have helped others through her guidance.
I am forever grateful to Dr. Julissa. She made an emotional situation easier for me because of her straightforwardness and kindness ---what a great combination in a doctor! I am fortunate to have connected with her and still can't believe how quickly it a happened. My son Julien was born healthy, and words cannot describe how much joy she brought into my life!
After being diagnosed with Fibromyalgia in 2011 and facing a yearlong struggle with recreational drugs, I sought out Dr. Julissa’s guidance. Within two weeks of following Dr. Julissa’s instructions my health and physical appearance improved. My health is now better than it was prior to my diagnosis. Thanks to Dr. Julissa I have revitalized my health and reclaimed my life.
Yes, all females are uniquely beautiful and encompass some level of strength. And yet, a Woman is a delicate, divine creature. So delicate, that if her intricate reproductive system and hormones are just slightly imbalanced, she will experience health and sexual discomforts, menstrual problems on a monthly basis that seem unbearable, and menopausal problems that seem endless. Achieving a state of balance is crucial for a Woman to feel healthy and magnificent. Allow me to help you achieve that during this EPIC Women’s Health Journey.
Some men are surprisingly very attuned to their bodies and can feel hormonal fluctuations. Yes a man’s hormone fluctuations are much less dramatic than a woman’s, meanwhile testosterone levels start to decline somewhere around the age of 35, when it used to be around age 40, and these levels tend to fall 10% each decade.