There are many treatments for thyroid dysfunction. The most common are by the use of medications, or surgery.
Here are other ways that have been shown to improve thyroid function by correcting the underlying condition:
Clean- up Your Diet - Eating nutrient rich wholefood will give you vitamins, minerals, fats and proteins that will be utilized to build proper hormones, neurotransmitters, and enhance bodily functions essential for adapting and growing.
Exercise: Helps to enhance brain function, including metabolism, muscle growth, fat loss, blood circulation, mood, etc.
Spinal Health: Your back bone is literally your "Backbone" when it comes health.
"It's all connected" your brain regulates all tissues and organs through your spinal cord - which is protected by your neck and back bones. A vertebral subluxation (misalignment of bones in your neck and back causing obstructions to your nervous system) has been shown to cause neurological and organ dysfunctions. This could very well contribute to thyroid problems as well as a multitude of other secondary conditions.
In summary, you must have your spine examined by a Chiropractor that has a good reputation for helping people.
Ask friends, family, and co-workers or call 561-571-2468 and
speak to our staff for a referral to a doctor nearest you.
We see many people sick, tired, and frustrated people because they are not getting well with the method of "healthcare" they chose. Do yourself and loved ones a favor -- get yourself a solid Chiropractor.
If you have an a misalignment in your spine causing obstructions and stress to your nervous system function - you will need to have this corrected to improve your health.
Please note: This article is not to be used as medical advice. You need proper medical advice on your diseases and diagnoses. This is Chiropractic advice and should be taken very seriously. This is a disclaimer.
Study the Chart - Possible health effects that may be caused by vertebral subluxation. (mislaignment in spine cause nervous system stress) **Look at Vertebrae "7C"