Christina Ferrare shocked the country-and herself!-when she revealed something very personal on her live talk show, Home and Family-that over the last few years she had experienced a lack of sexual desire. Her relevation prompted appearances on Oprah and Dateline NBC, and she began to hear from hundreds of women who described their own experiences and were glad to know that they were not alone.
Based on information from her own doctors and other medical experts and authoritative sources, Okay, So I Don't Have a Headache helps women understand their own bodies and begin to find answers for themselves. Ferrare talks about nutrition, stress, and sexual desire, dealing with the symptoms of menopause and PMS, and how diet, exercise, and relaxation rituals work to keep the body in balance. The book also includes Ferrare's own recipes designed to help out-of-whack hormones.