Did you know that there are 6 common patterns of hypothyroidism and only one of them can be effectively treated with prescription thyroid hormone medication?
Did you know that the most common form of hypothyroidism is an autoimmune disease called Hashimoto's Disease... not a thyroid disease?!
Are you taking prescription thyroid medication but still feel achy, tired, cold, depressed and have trouble losing weight?
Does your doctor tell you that your blood tests are "normal" and that your symptoms are all in your head?
Did you know that stress, hormone imbalances, brain function and your diet can all effect your thyroid function?
There is NO reason to suffer with hypothyroid symptoms.
You CAN feel better using natural hypothyroid relief protocols!
So Why Do You Still Feel Bad?
Medical doctors traditionally test for hypothyroidism by testing for TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone). If TSH is high, it indicates primary hypothyroidism and is treated by prescribing synthetic thyroid hormones.
But what if the symptoms of your hypothyroidism are caused by stress, an autoimmune disease, or a hormone imbalance instead of a sluggish thyroid gland?
What if the problem is in your gut and what you are eating, not a lack of thyroid hormones?
Testing only TSH levels and prescribing synthetic thyroid hormones may not help!
Additionally, many "natural cures" contain iodine which, according to Dr. Datis Kharrazian, a pioneer in natural thyroid relief and author of Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms When My Lab Tests Are Normal?, is like "throwing gasoline onto a fire."
Are you ready to try something different?
Are you ready to feel better naturally?
Because hypothyroid symptoms can be caused by dysfunctions in the peripheral tissue, the liver, the brain, the adrenals, or the blood, we test for the entire range of thyroid hormones which gives us the "whole body" picture. In addition, we test your stress function, hormone balance and intestinal health. This allows us to support the body and the thyroid to address whichever pattern of hypothyroidism you may be suffering from.
Do You Show One or More Signs of:
- Weight gain despite alow-calorie dietMorning headaches
- Hypersensitivity to cold
- Poor circulation in hands/feet
- Muscle cramps while at rest
- Increased susceptibility to
- colds or viruses
- Slow wound healing
- Excessive amounts of sleep needed to function
- Chronic digestive problems
- Itchy and dry skin
- Dry and brittle hair
- Hair falls out easily
- Low auxiliary body temperature
- Edema (tissue swelling)
- Loss of outer 1/3 of eyebrows
- Heart palpitations
- Inward trembling
- Increased pulse rate even at rest
- Feeling nervous
- Feeling emotionally distressed
- Night sweats
- Difficulty gaining weight
You may be suffering from hypothyroidism or hashimoto's disease.
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