The thyroid is a small, butterfly-shaped endocrine organ located at the base of the neck that controls many of the hormones secreted by the body. The thyroid gland requires many factors to be healthy. Some of them are a healthy endocrine system, stable hormone levels, good and balanced intestinal flora and well-functioning organs such as the liver, kidneys and adrenal glands. The main function of the thyroid gland is the production of the hormones T4, T3 and calcitonin.
The two main thyroid dysfunctions are known as hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism. There are many distinguishing factors, but in fact hypothyroidism, which is much more prevalent, leads to the underproduction of T3 and T4, while hyperthyroidism to their overproduction.
Hypothyroid symptoms include cold extremities, dry skin, weight gain, fatigue, hair loss, cold sensitivity, constipation, decreased libido, edema, mood swings. Many people with hypothyroidism develop chronic fatigue syndrome and difficulty with mental clarity. They are also more prone to caffeine and sugar addiction. This combination works negatively for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland and destabilizes blood sugar.
For hyperthyroidism, symptoms include rapid heartbeat, weight loss, protruding eyes, excessive sweating, diarrhea, and unusual heat sensitivity.
According to the latest research, 90% of people with hypothyroidism have Hashimoto's autoimmune hypothyroidism, in which the immune system attacks the thyroid tissue. Therefore, to address thyroid problems, or any other autoimmune condition, it is necessary to find the source and cause of the imbalance.
The Quantum Biofeedback method enables the complete evaluation of health at all levels. In the case of thyroid dysfunction, the stressors and causes that affect health and cause the dysfunction are identified. In addition, it can be used as a tool to control and take preventive measures to keep the body at the best possible levels. Through the intervention, the body is detoxified, the immune system is strengthened and then the thyroid hormones are stabilized. Identifying stressors makes it possible to properly manage and reduce stress, which is quite important for thyroid function, as it is a very sensitive gland in the stress response.
The health assessment can check:
- Mercury toxicity
- Hypothalamic dysfunction
- Pituitary dysfunction
- Strong emotional states
- Anti-Aging Profile, thyroid problems usually get worse with age
- Calcium Glutamate MSG
- Halogen compounds such as fluorine, chlorine, bromine
- Normal sugar intake
- Candida fungi, toxic to the blood and inhibitory activity to all glands
The adrenal glands and other endocrine glands are directly related to thyroid dysfunction. Adrenal exhaustion is often the cause of hypothyroidism. For example, if a person does not get at least 5 hours of continuous sleep (5 stages of REM sleep) each night, the adrenal glands can not be adequately recharged, leading to adrenal exhaustion. The same is true when under stressful conditions or with the use of stimulants such as caffeine. When the adrenal glands are constantly charged, the body is driven into a state of catabolism, it begins to collapse and the result is adrenal fatigue.
Although thyroid problems can be severe and annoying, when the endocrine system is in balance and all the organs receive the proper nutrients needed to build a balanced hormonal system, it is possible to treat the symptoms and rebuild. of health. That is why it is important to identify, treat and remove the stressors that affect the thyroid.