Thyroid disorders are conditions that affect the thyroid gland, a butterfly-shaped gland in the front of the neck. The gland releases hormones which increases the amount of oxygen your body uses and stimulate your cells to produce new proteins. By controlling the release of these hormones, the thyroid determines the metabolic rate of most of your body’s organ. Thyroid has an important part to play in regulating the many metabolic processes throughout the body. However, different types of thyroid disorders affect either its structure or function.
- Hair Loss
- Irritation and moodiness
- Liver Enlargement
- Dry skin and hair
- Easy tiredness and fatigue
- Frequent and heavy periods
- Trembling hands
- Difficulty in concentrating
- Joint and Muscle Pain
- Nervousness and hyperactivity
- Sweating or sensitivity to high temperature
- Inappropriate TSH levels
- Condition where the body makes antibodies that destroy parts of the thyroid gland
- Iodine deficiency
- Pituitary glands making too much
- TSH Thyroid gland becoming inflamed
- Adopt a healthy lifestyle
- Do Yoga
- Avoid smoking
- Exercise regularly
- Eat homeopathic medicine for thyroid
Homeopathic Medicine for Thyroid
THYROIDINUM 3X is a frequently used medicine to manage the symptoms of Thyroid. It has been long been used in homeopathy to treat the disorder. It generally covers most of the symptoms such as general and muscular weakness, fatigue, mood changes, obesity, digestive problems. It is found beneficial in a migraine in which there is an insufficiency of the thyroid gland.
Lithospermum Officinale MT and Iris Versicolor MT are known thyroid homeopathic medicine names which help to manage hypothyroid. FUCUS VESICULOSUS 1X MT TABS is helpful in managing weight with thyroid dysfunctions.
Outlook for thyroid disorders –
Thyroid can be well-managed with medical treatment and homeopathic medicines for thyroid. It is not life-threatening. Some conditions, however, may require surgery. The outlook for more people is pretty much positive and good, though patients with thyroid cancer have a poorer prognosis.