Thyroid Health – How to Stop Inflammation in Your Body

If you have a thyroid problem and/or autoimmune disease, you have inflammation in your body.

The photo above is of the massively destructive forest fires here in Colorado this past summer. Scary, huh? Think about this same kind of experience going on in your body every minute, destroying your landscape and beauty from the . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – How to Stop Inflammation in Your Body

Thyroid Health Audio Home Study Course: Get Your Life Back!

If you’re suffering from low thyroidism, and don’t know what to eat and can’t find a doctor who understands your condition, this 6 module audio program has the answers for you right now.

After receiving email after email of people wanting this information but couldn’t attend my live presentations, I recorded my GET YOUR LIFE . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health Audio Home Study Course: Get Your Life Back!

Thyroid Health and Diet: Egg Yolks and Inflammation

When dealing with a thyroid condition, and other autoimmune diseases, you’ll find that foods that cause inflammation need to be side-stepped.

What is Inflammation?

Inflammation is the body’s first response to an injury or disease.  Inflammation informs you that you need to pay attention to an injured or diseased area so that you don’t continue to use it . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health and Diet: Egg Yolks and Inflammation

Dr. Michael Johnson is Passionate About Healing Your Thyroid Problem!

 

Thank goodness there are healthcare practitioners who are PASSIONATE about help us deal with and heal thyroid conditions.

Dr. Michael L. Johnson, a Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist is the founder and director of the National Thyroid Institute and author of the book “What Do You Do When The Medications Won’t Work?”, with a second book . . . → Read More: Dr. Michael Johnson is Passionate About Healing Your Thyroid Problem!

Dr. Oz Says, Thyroid Cancer in Women on the Rise

 

Why is Thyroid Cancer on the Rise?

Some think the increase is attributed to improved and more precise diagnostic technology, like imaging and biopsy techniques, because the increase incidence was primarily from hard to detect, tiny tumors. Still, there are some reasons to believe that other factors may be involved.

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Dr. Oz Shows How to Check Your Neck for Thyroid Problems

Dr. Oz showed his viewers how to check their neck for thyroid problems last week. Here are the written instructions for a simple self-check which may help identify if your thyroid is enlarged. Make sure to get a further examination by your doctor. Below is the video from Dr. Oz’s show.

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Hyperthyroid Symptoms List

Hyperthyroid Symptoms

The following are all some of the major symptoms and signs associated with an over active thyroid. Some symptoms are more significant than others.

The list of signs and symptoms includes the 33 symptoms listed below:

Insomnia Tiredness Irritability Nervousness Unexplained weight loss Heat sensitivity Increased perspiration Thinning of your skin Warm skin Flushing . . . → Read More: Hyperthyroid Symptoms List

Vitamin B12 Deficiency Causes Guilt

Huh! I was watching a HOUSE TV show rerun last night and House said that Vitamin B12 deficiency causes guilt. Great. Ladies, really, we need one more thing?!

This Vit 12 thing is huge, and related to all the symtoms we experience with thyroid problems.

Other symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency can include:

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What is Hyperthyroidism?

Hyperthyroidism is the overactive production of thyroid hormones that creates numerous undesirable effects. A person suffering with hyperthyroidism may feel anxious, experience a rapid change of emotions, become easily agitated, nervous and fatigued, experience sleep deprivation, weight fluctuations, depression and in general feel constantly keyed up.

Goiter

Untreated, hyperthyroidism can develop a goiter. This . . . → Read More: What is Hyperthyroidism?