Thyroid Imbalance – Hidden Monster In Your Body

Thyroid gland produces hormones that are involved in many different systems throughout the body. Thyroid disease occurs when your thyroid produces too many or too few of these important hormones. Thyroid disease is classified into several types, including hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, thyroiditis, and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.

What is Thyroid And What is its role?

The thyroid gland is a small organ located in the front of the neck, wrapped around the windpipe (trachea). It’s shaped like a butterfly, with two wide wings that wrap around the side of your throat. The thyroid is a gland. Glands are located throughout your body and produce and release substances that assist your body in performing a specific function. Your thyroid gland produces hormones that aid in the control of many vital bodily functions.

When your thyroid fails to function properly, it can have an effect on the rest of your body. Hyperthyroidism occurs when your body produces too much thyroid hormone. Hypothyroidism occurs when your body produces too little thyroid hormone. Both conditions are severe and must be treated.

The thyroid gland is an important hormone gland that regulates metabolism, growth, and development in the human body. It aids in the regulation of many body functions by continuously releasing a consistent amount of thyroid hormones into the bloodstream.

They can influence how quickly your heart beats, how deeply you breathe, and whether or not you gain or lose weight. They can also help regulate your body temperature, cholesterol levels, and menstrual cycles in women.

Thyroid disease is extremely common, with an estimated 20 million Americans suffering from some form of thyroid disease. A woman is approximately five to eight times more likely than a man to be diagnosed with a thyroid condition.

Who is at Risk?

You are more likely to develop a thyroid condition if you:

  • Thyroid disease runs in my family.
  • Have a medical condition (e.g., pernicious anaemia, Type 1 diabetes, primary adrenal insufficiency, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, Sjögren’s syndrome, or Turner syndrome).
  • Take an iodine-containing medication (amiodarone).
  • Are over 60, particularly in women.
  • Have you ever been treated for a thyroid condition or cancer? (thyroidectomy or radiation).

When It Doesn’t Work Correctly?

The thyroid gland can malfunction at times. It may begin to produce too much or too little hormone. It may become enlarged or develop lumps of extra tissue.

More than 12% of people will have a thyroid problem at some point in their lives. Women are far more likely than men to experience this.

Thyroid issues that are common include:

Hypothyroidism: This happens when your thyroid produces insufficient hormones. This causes your metabolism to slow. It can cause weight gain as well as sluggishness or depression. This can be caused by a condition known as Hashimoto’s disease. This happens when the thyroid is attacked by your body’s disease-fighting immune system.

Hyperthyroidism: If you’re irritable, losing weight, your heart is racing, and you’re tired, your thyroid may be producing too much hormone. This is frequently caused by another immune system problem known as Graves’ disease, but it can also be caused by other conditions.

Goiters: A goitre occurs when the thyroid gland swells. It can cause a noticeable bulge in your neck at times, and it can also cause you to cough or make your voice sound hoarse. A goitre can be caused by another thyroid condition or by a lack of iodine, which your thyroid requires to function properly. Iodine is now added to table salt in the United States, so most people get plenty of it.

How can these be treated?

Hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid) is usually treatable. You’ll usually be referred to an endocrinologist (hormone specialist) who will plan your treatment.

The treatment of an underactive thyroid with homoeopathy is a lengthy process. TSH levels gradually decrease after four to six months, resulting in initial results. It may take some time for patients taking thyroid supplements to reduce their dosage. In such cases, thyroid hormone levels must be monitored on a regular basis.

  • Homoeopathy: 

Homoeopathic treatment works at the level of immunity to restore your body’s deviated function. Homoeopathy treatment is also beneficial in cases of auto-immune causes of thyroid disorders.

It aids in the management of your thyroid symptoms without causing any unwanted aggravation or side effects. Early homoeopathic treatment for thyroid issues also aids in the resolution of complications caused by underactive and overactive thyroid, indirectly curing associated illnesses such as chronic fatigue, infertility, obesity, depression, and so on.

Natrum Muriaticum, Kali Carbonicum, Thyroidinum, Carcinocin, Calcaria Carbonicum, Iodum, Calcaria Iodum, Thuja Occidentalis, Sepia, Silicia, and other common homoeopathic treatments for underactive thyroid are prescribed depending on the symptoms.

  • Marma Therapy: 

Thyroid disease is also associated with certain emotions such as a lack of communication, guilt, abandonment, deceived love, and betrayal.

Kantha Marma, Kanthanadi, Kurcha, and Jatru are marma points that can help with emotional issues.

It could be one of the alternative therapies for healing without the use of medication.

  • CranioSacral Therapy (CST):

Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a type of touch therapy that has been used to treat and prevent autoimmune diseases, hypothyroidism, and a variety of chronic pain conditions.

This can relieve pain as well as emotional and physical stress and tension. It’s also thought to help restore cranial mobility and ease or release head, neck, and nerve restrictions.

  • Bach Flower Remedies:

In the case of Thyroid dysfunction, we could consider giving individual flower remedies or a combination of remedies based on the needs of the individual patient. Hyperthyroidism has been associated with an exaggerated sense of service and the suppression of self-centred impulses.

Hyperthyroidism is also associated with a stressful mental state, a higher level of stress that leads to emotional breakdown. Vervain, found in the Bach Remedy, is extremely beneficial in relieving muscle tension.

Aspen, Cerato, Hornbeam, Olive, Larch Mustard, Mimulus, and Star of Bethlehem are some of the remedies that could be considered when considering the mental symptoms of a thyroid disorder patient.

Cherry Plum, Impatiens, Pine, Vervain, and Willow are all useful. a hyperthyroidism patient to concentrate

The doctors & experts at Dr. Radhika’s Wellness Centre will address the condition’s place of origin, which is frequently the gut, in addition to managing the discomfort.

We discover that a number of therapies, including, are quite successful in treating Thyroid Imbalance.

To create a specialised plan of treatments, medications, nutrition, and Yoga & Exercise, we advise scheduling an initial consultation at our Clinic.

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