Anna Vakil PhD CCH

Certified homeopath and Metabolic Balance® coach
Anna Vakil

Credentials: Certification

Institution: Council for Homeopathic Certification

Certification: Certified in Classical Homeopathy (CCH)

Certification Year: 2015

Institution: American Medical College of Homeopoathy

Graduated: 2015

In practice since: 2013

I am a professional homeopath, certified Metabolic Balance® coach and owner of Wellness Care Online, providing health and wellness care, specializing in hormone balance and health. I believe health is primarily about two things: freedom and empowerment. Freedom from limitations like menopausal and perimenopausal symptoms, adolescent behavioral problems, weight issues, menstrual, uterine and ovarian problems, anxiety, depression and insomnia, thyroid and glandular issues, as well as freedom from expensive and lifelong medications or supplements. I also believe that becoming healthy can be an empowering experience. People have the capacity to take charge of their own health, so I work with my clients to set health goals and then I become their ally until those goals have been achieved.

I provide fully online wellness care with predictable costs at convenient hours including weekday evenings (Eastern time). I draw on my post-graduate academic training to research your conditions and I make myself accessible in order to address your questions and concerns. I utilize a range of natural homeopathic therapeutics, as well as food sensitivity testing and a personalized weight management program (Metabolic Balance®) that uses food as medicine.

Areas of Specialty

Anxiety

Behavioral Issues

Depression

Developmental Disorders

Infertility

Obesity

Weight Loss

Other

Treatment Methods

Coaching

Flower Essences

Homeopathy

Therapeutic Intervention

Articles Anna has Published
4 letters we don’t want to hear: PCOS
4 letters we don’t want to hear: PCOS

(Yes, this is a pomegranate, somewhat similar to but easier to look at than, a polycystic ovary). 10% of all women of child-bearing age have it, along with 75% of women with irregular periods, and it is »

(Yes, this is a pomegranate, somewhat similar to but easier to look at than, a polycystic ovary). 10% of all women of child-bearing age have it, along with 75% of women with irregular periods, and it is the most common cause of female-associated problems with infertility. So if you have been diagnosed with it, you have lots of company. Polycystic ovarian syndrome, or PCOS, usually begins around the..

Anna Vakil · August 31st, 2019

Anna Vakil · August 31st, 2019

Are you an emotional eater?
Are you an emotional eater?

There has been a lot of discussion recently about emotional eating, but what are some signs you might have this problem? First, we need to understand the purpose of eating. Why do we eat? (Yes, that's »

There has been a lot of discussion recently about emotional eating, but what are some signs you might have this problem? First, we need to understand the purpose of eating. Why do we eat? (Yes, that's a reasonable question) Food in the modern world serves three main purposes. The first is obvious: we need it to sustain life. We get that sustenance from protein, healthy fats, carbohydrates, as well..

Anna Vakil · August 12th, 2019

Anna Vakil · August 12th, 2019

Oh my! My migraine!
Oh my! My migraine!

Migraine headaches are not rare. We all know at least one person who gets them, and maybe that person is you! Those of us who have actually suffered from migraines belong to an exclusive club—one where »

Migraine headaches are not rare. We all know at least one person who gets them, and maybe that person is you! Those of us who have actually suffered from migraines belong to an exclusive club—one where life and the rest of the world stops while we have a headache. Before seeking homeopathic care, I was getting migraines every couple of weeks for several years, losing days of functioning at a time...

Anna Vakil · July 3rd, 2019

Anna Vakil · July 3rd, 2019

OUCH, MY BREASTS HURT!
OUCH, MY BREASTS HURT!

Are you among the estimated 50-70% of women who experience breast pain? This is a surprisingly common condition, more likely to affect women who are premenopausal or perimenopausal. Described as a heavy »

Are you among the estimated 50-70% of women who experience breast pain? This is a surprisingly common condition, more likely to affect women who are premenopausal or perimenopausal. Described as a heavy dull ache or heavy soreness, or a stabbing, burning pain—however it feels, it's really bothersome! Assessing your breast pain[ii] Breast pain is rarely caused by cancer[iii], but it may be advisable..

Anna Vakil · June 19th, 2019

Anna Vakil · June 19th, 2019