"Thyroid disease is more common than diabetes or heart disease."

~ American College of Endocrinology

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More than 30,000,000 people in the US and 200 million worldwide have a Thyroid Disorder Most affected are women. Some estimates are over 50 million in US and over 200 million worldwide, and growing.

Estimates vary widely as most patients are misdiagnosed or undiagnosed because doctors don't know what they are looking for.

Thyroid disease is also an autoimmune disease. This means that over 27 million people have one or more of the over 105 known autoimmune diseases.

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Thyroid Health – Steps to Better Brain Health

Thyroid health and brain function go hand in hand. “Brain fog” is not fun, I know this first hand going through the underworld of Hashimoto’s disease, but even after healing a lot and getting back to “just hypothyroidism”, I still have brain glitches. It’s a day-by-day path for sure.

I’ve just posted several brain health articles on my organizing and stress management blog.

Click over and find out how to keep rebuilding and sustaining a healthy brain!

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4 comments to Thyroid Health – Steps to Better Brain Health

  • sabrina

    hello averyone,i have hypertiroidism but with medication it went hypo,now im without it and feeling worst and worst,my body is allways tired and my mental health is getting worst and worst,im really depressed,this symptoms are falling everything apart,im having hard time concentraiting,im negative most of the time,bi polar,feeling really bad with my self because i dont want to spend time with anybody,my husband is so sad because of me,and my kids is like they most think were am i,because im not here i dont know where am i,i cant get over it that im not the same,sorry im having a hard day,im going to see another profetional because i need a medication thats for sure,but i guess im having a hard time ,i have to admit im sick,thats it…thanks !

    • kim

      Hi Sabrina,

      I’m so sorry for your health problems.

      I highly suggest the following immediately to stop the symptoms from stealing our life.

      1. DOCTOR
      You need to find a “thyroid trained” practitioner. Any “regular” doctor/GP or even specialist won’t have been trained or understand the depths of this condition, what tests to run, how to read them and the supplements you need to rebuild your body and brain health.

      You can take any lab tests you have now and get them to a practitioner who can help you immediately by reading them differently and correctly. Find a new one close to you at my site page: http://thyroidu.com/practitioners/

      If you can’t find one close to you, use one of those on the list by phone #. You can email or fax your test results to them and/or they can tell you which tests to have done and get the results back to them. Many will work with you by phone/Skype.

      2. DIET
      Diet is the BIG solution that you can start right now no matter if your weight is up or down.

      You’ll need to change your diet and take the necessary supplements (from your thyroid trained practitioner) to help your symptoms reverse.

      You can get started on this right away by yourself. The Thyroid Healing Diet is in my Get Your Life Back! Manual plus the Checklists that will help you help your doctor help you better.
      Order here: http://thyroidu.com/bookstoreresources/my-thyroid-health-plan-manual/

      Or, my 6 Module Audio Home Study Course which has even more information and includes the Get Your Life Back! Manual and Checklists.

      My thoughts are with you for a speedy return of your health,


  • sabrina

    ty kim for answering,im in toronto(canada)im having a hard time understending what is a thyroid trained practitioner?

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