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Here’s How You Can Get Rid of Your Thyroid Symptoms
My mother experienced Thyroid symptoms for about 10 years. We tried several medicines and other treatment options recommended by the doctors but nothing seemed to work.
The thing is that we treat thyroid as a disease whereas it is an auto-immune disorder.
After I suggested mom to work on her immune system, her thyroid symptoms started to disappear and she reversed her thyroid with me.
Yes, you read that right! She has reversed her thyroid with me and she’s no longer taking her thyroid medications.
If you’re suffering from thyroid symptoms and want to know how to cure your thyroid. Keep on reading till the end!
The thyroid condition is not just a physical issue; it is also a psychological issue. Although a person appears normal on the surface, they are dying internally. Why? It is experiencing fat expanding around the waist. But, who doesn't enjoy eating? However, if thyroid patients eat a little extra food, obesity starts to develop.
The second factor is a woman's attractive qualities. The thyroid significantly influences many of a woman's attractive traits.
- Dry Skin
- Hair Loss
- Brittle Nails
- Mood swings
You start to experience hormonal imbalance. The small things look like huge issues. Sometimes anger at the child and other times, anger at the husband. We, people, wait for the winters to come. But, thyroid patients, cannot bear the cold.
Thyroid patients do not have motivation in them. On top of that, social media impacts a lot on psychological health. They are always looking at the before-after pictures and wish to be like them. Neither can they exercise due to fatigue nor do they have the motivation to do so.
In this blog, I will cover 5 thyroid symptoms and how you can reverse them.
Before we go any further let’s first have a look at the functions of the Thyroid Gland.
Functions of Thyroid Gland
The thyroid gland is an important hormone gland. Some of the most common functions of the Thyroid Gland is to regulate
- Metabolism (chemical reactions in the cells of the body that convert food into energy)
- Heart Function
- Menstrual Cycle
Common Thyroid Problems
Individuals who are having trouble with daily living due to their thyroid illnesses commonly contact me for their remedies. Feelings of fatigue and exhaustion are common thyroid problems. A person experiences constant tiredness to the point of becoming physically helpless. While having a good night's sleep will usually make you feel more rested, thyroid-related fatigue cannot be treated with it.
The muscles of the colon normally contract to force the stool through the intestines and toward the rectum. In the thyroid, the muscles don't contract regularly or strongly enough and become weak, which slows down the passage of stool through the colon resulting in constipation.
My mom always use to complain about feeling cold during the winter because she was sensitive to the cold.
People with hypothyroidism have cold sensitivity because they do not create sufficient thyroid hormone to efficiently convert and use stored energy, Therefore, compared to people with normal thyroid hormone levels, there is less energy available to control body temperature.
Heat sensitivity is a frequent sign of an overworked thyroid. People who have extraordinary heat sensitivity feel hot when others are comfortable or even chilly. People with hyperthyroidism may suffer increased perspiration and even anxiety as a result of feeling overheated.
Hair loss can be worsened by untreated hormone imbalances, such as thyroid issues. This is because thyroid hormones are essential for the development and maintenance of hair follicles. People who have thyroid problems are also more likely to suffer from alopecia, an autoimmune illness that causes hair loss in patches.
Your skin can grow drier and drier as a result of your thyroid not operating correctly, just like your nails can. Your metabolism slows down if your thyroid gland is underactive. As a result, the skin may be less able to sweat and produce natural moisturizers, which can result in dry, flaky skin.
Thyroid Treatment and Remedies
One of the most important aspects of managing the thyroid is diet, and many people find that quitting gluten significantly improves their thyroid symptoms. Gluten can harm your gut lining, interfere with your hormones and produce inflammation that travels to your thyroid, which may explain why gluten-sensitive people are more prone to experience thyroid problems.
Gluten and dairy can also be problematic and cause inflammation.
Avoid rotis, cakes, muffins, pastries, pasta, and all wheat and barley products as they contain gluten. You can replace your flour with besan or oats.
Your thyroid gland's primary function is to control how your body uses carbohydrates. Lack of thyroid hormone production makes it difficult for your body to maintain blood sugar balance, which can result in fatigue, excess weight, and other thyroid-related issues.
Even if you don't have thyroid problems, reducing your sugar intake is a good idea. The first week or two of thyroid treatment could be challenging, but it will be worthwhile. You can replace sugar with Stevia.
Research suggests the production of thyroid hormone by the thyroid gland depends heavily on selenium. Getting enough selenium in your diet is important not only for preventing thyroid disease but also for your overall health.
You can take my Triple Thyroid Care supplement which is a blend of modern-day vitamins and minerals and ancient herbs that relieve thyroid symptoms. It contains a mixture of selenium with ashwagandha, organic sea kelp, L-tyrosine, and Iodine.
It is recommended that you take 1 capsule after lunch and 1 after dinner every day.
- Exercise and Yoga
According to the study, exercise increases the supply of oxygen in your body, which greatly benefits if you experience thyroid symptoms. Exercise can help you lose weight, enhance your heart health, boost your mood and energy levels, strengthen your bones, control your blood sugar, and maintain your strength and flexibility. Additionally, several yoga asanas help stimulate and support your endocrine system.  
You can join me for the workout and yoga on my Youtube Channel Fit With Palak where I come to live and teach exercises and yoga poses for your well-being.
- Consuming Probiotic foods can help reduce inflammation and promote a healthy gut.
- Coconut oil, unlike some other kinds of oils, has a high saturated healthy fat content. Coconut oil may be beneficial to thyroid gland when combined with regular exercise and a well-balanced diet.
- Stop taking unnecessary medications like birth control pills as they can alter your hormone function.
- Taking supplements rich in selenium can help in the production of thyroid hormones. Selenium seemed to boost mood and overall well-being and ease thyroid symptoms.