I have been suffering from Hypothyroidism for past 4 years. My Thyroid profile – TSH value
Thyroid – Overview
One of the fastest growing disorders in modern times is the malfunction of the thyroid. The statistics show that the thyroid condition is the most under-diagnosed health problem. There are millions of people suffering from thyroid problems, but only a few out of those are diagnosed and treated, see positive results using thyroid medications. Often the thyroid levels appear normal with lab, yet the individuals struggle with the symptoms of thyroid problem. The thyroid is one of several glands in the endocrine system, located in the front of the neck. The glands of the endocrine system control many of the body’s functions through chemical substances called hormones. The hormones produced by the thyroid gland regulate how the body cells use energy and how fast the body’s metabolism work. This gland also affects the rate of growth of the hair and bones, the body over weight, temperature and energy level as well as the function of the heart and digestive system.
Homeopathy Treatment for Thyroid
These pollutants, over-stimulate our immune system, create autoimmune reactions and damage thyroid function. In Homeopathy we provide constitutional treatment which focuses on improving the function of the thyroid gland by natural means. The constitutional remedies will stimulate the body to reactivate thyroid secretions. In our thyroid treatment we will help to boost energy, improve circulation and thereby help balancing hypo as well as hypothyroid functions. It may be also used as a supportive help for regulating both hypo and hyper thyroid functions.
Hypothyroidism is the most common hormone disease along with Diabetes Mellitus and female hormonal disturbances. Hypothyroidism is more commonly seen in women than men, but can affect all people and of all age groups. Hypothyroidism many a times it goes unnoticed and undiagnosed.
Hyper means over activity. Over activity of thyroid gland is called as hyperthyroidism. The circulating thyroid hormones in blood becomes more or excessive than sufficient and causes symptoms of hyperthyroidism.
The information above provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace your Doctor’s or Expert’s opinion/advice.