Has The Doctor Thought of Sluggish Thyroid As A Basis To Your Unexplained Ill-Health?


A sluggish thyroid, or what is also known as:


• subclinical hypothyroidism

• Hashimotos thyroiditis (with a specific need to test for thyroid antibodies)

• autoimmune thyroiditis

• thyroid imbalance

• central hypothyroidism

• hypothyroidism type 2

• or simply 'enlarged thyroid'....


....can be the basis to a wide range of ill-health issues.


So, What Are Some Hypothyroid Symptoms To Look Out For?


Even a few of the low thyroid symptoms to think of include:

• Chronic fatigue

• Fibromyalgia

• Depression

• Headaches

• Insomnia


A low thyroid function can also be the basis to such health issues as:


• Cardiovascular disease

• Diabetes

• Infertility

• High cholesterol

• Anemia

• Menopausal symptoms

• Certain pregnancy issues

• Obesity or difficulty losing weight

• Hypothyroidism and hair loss is another frequently seen correlation

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So, the side effects of hypothyroidism can be multitudinous – and this is what can throw modern medicine, which finds it difficult to accept that the dysfunction of one gland can be the basis to so many symptoms.



Yet, tests for hypothyroidism are notoriously insensitive for finding the early stages of this health issue.



Nevertheless, doing the simple 'ol basal temperature test, can become a potent and accurate way of revealing your thyroid status.


Hence, properly diagnosing hypothyroidism via the present medical tests - and their interpretation - can be a tricky problem.


This leaves many people suffering genuine symptoms, but constantly being told 'there is nothing wrong with them'.


Is There Any Cure For Hypothyroidism Then?


One form of treatment - inevitably the only treatment offered by medicine - is thyroid hormone replacement therapy, via drugs like Levothyroxine.


However, there are also many effective natural remedies for hypothyroidism.


Treating hypothyroidism is actually not all that difficult – once you know what to look for, as well as dealing with this health issue from a truly wholistic perspective.


Dr. Broda Barnes was one of the earliest doctors to not only accurately recognize and diagnose this condition, but also treating it from a much broader perspective.


The causes of hypothyroidism can also be related to lack of nutrients; for example, a selenium deficiency can be an important factor, let alone iodine, zinc and other necessary co-factors for the conversion of free T4 to free T3.


Food for hypothyroidism can become another important means of helping normalize a failing thyroid gland.


Unfortunately, therefore, untreated hypothyroidism can become the source of much suffering for far too many people who fall between the cracks of the present medical system.


In this self help eBook, the topic of sluggish thyroid is explored in-depth, and will allow for a much deeper understanding of:


• what this condition is

• how to diagnose and treat it

• and how to allow good health and wellness to return to your life



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If the answer is 'yes', simply click on this link here, to bring you to a PDF version of a sample from this self help eBook.


May this self help eBook become a turning point towards better health, by providing you with information that allows for a different way of not just looking at your health issues, but then also treating them.





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