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Are you bothered by hypothyroidism? Learn more about hypothyroidism and how to heal it.

What is Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism occurs when your body does not produce enough thyroid hormones. The thyroid gland is a small butterfly-shaped organ located in the front of the neck. It helps regulate energy and releases hormones. Deficiency in thyroid hormone can affect normal body functions. Hypothyroidism is more common in women than men. The condition can affect anyone, but it is most common in those over 60 years old. Treatment for hypothyroidism can be simple and different options are available.

What is the effect of hypothyroidism on the body?

Severe hypothyroidism can reduce metabolism and the intake of calories. Hypothyroidism causes major changes to the normal physiology in different organ systems. It can affect the body in several ways.

  • Reduces oxygen consumption
  • Low metabolism can cause disturbances to the function of organs such as the kidney, heart, and respiratory system.

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How does hypothyroidism affect your metabolism

Your metabolic activity is controlled by thyroid hormones. Your body will burn calories more if you have a higher metabolic rate. Hypothyroidism is a hormonal deficiency that causes a slow metabolism. A slow metabolism can cause fatigue, weakness and increase your blood cholesterol. It may also make it hard to lose weight.

The dangers of hypothyroidism

The pituitary gland produces more thyroid-stimulating hormonal to stimulate the thyroid gland into producing more hormones when a person’s thyroid hormone levels are low. The pituitary gland may enlarge the thyroid gland, causing goiter. Untreated symptoms can progress. The condition is easily diagnosed. Simple blood tests can be used to diagnose this condition. Do not waste time when addressing this issue.

Signs and Symptoms

The severity of a condition will also affect the signs and symptoms. As thyroid hormone levels drop, symptoms become more apparent.

Hypothyroidism can manifest in many ways.

  • Weight gain.
  • Fatigue.
  • Depression.
  • Feeling cold
  • Constipation.
  • Dry skin is a common problem.
  • Muscle weakness.
  • Reduced sweating.
  • Slow heart rate
  • Joint pain and stiffness.
  • Memory impairment.
  • Menstrual irregularity.
  • Face swelling and puffiness.

Treatment of hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism can be a chronic condition. Your doctor may prescribe medication to help stimulate your thyroid gland into producing more thyroid hormone. These medications don’t address the cause of hypothyroidism but only reduce its symptoms. To manage symptoms, one must take conventional treatments for the rest of their lives.

Hypothyroidism Potential Natural Treatment

Natural remedies can support normal thyroid function and structure. Natural treatments for hypothyroidism are designed to improve your quality of life by addressing the root cause. You can click to know more about the potential natural remedies for hypothyroidism.

These herbs are known to help support thyroid gland function.

  • Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha). According to studies, this herb can help restore energy as well as regulate hormone imbalances and other body functions. This herb increased T4 levels significantly when taken for 20 consecutive days. [1]
  • Astragus racemosus : According to studies, this herb is traditionally used for detoxification and rejuvenation. In vivo studies have shown that it helps to balance thyroid hormones in hypothyroid lab rats. [2]
  • Bauhinia Variegata Since ancient times, Ayurveda has used this herb to boost the immunity system.
  • Barleria Prionitis Studies have shown that this herb could help heal glandular swellings due to hypothyroidism. [3]
  • The herb Solanum Indicum: According to studies, this herb could help restore respiratory disorders. [4]

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Diet Right

You can cope with hypothyroidism by following these diet recommendations:

A balanced diet

For people with hypothyroidism, a balanced diet should include whole grains, beans and fruits, as well as green leafy vegetables, lean proteins, to ensure that the gland is functioning normally.

Soy consumption

Soy can interfere with thyroid hormone absorption. Too much soy will interfere with the absorption. Avoid eating or drinking any soy products two hours prior to or following the thyroid medication.

Fiber intake

Fiber can also interfere with absorption. Fiber can also interfere with the absorption. Fiber should be consumed several hours before or following thyroid medication.

Sugar-free diet

Sugar and processed food can cause inflammation in your body. Inflammation may slow thyroid hormone production. Sugar gives you a temporary boost of energy. Sugar can reduce stress and help regulate thyroid function.

Vitamin B

Vitamin B has a positive effect on the body. Vitamin B12 may be able to help repair damage caused by this condition. This also reduces fatigue and weakness. To increase your vitamin intake, you can add foods like peas, beans, sesame, cheese, milk and asparagus to your diet. [5]


Hypothyroidism is often associated with gastric issues such as diarrhea. Probiotics can support the normal function of your stomach and intestinal tract. Fermented foods and drinks such as kefir and cheese, and yogurt may contain probiotics which can improve digestion.


Zinc also helps activate thyroid hormone secretion. According to studies, zinc can also regulate thyroid-stimulating hormonal signals that tell the thyroid gland when to release thyroid hormones. If you have a thyroid hormone deficiency, include foods rich in zinc such as beef, chicken and shellfish in your diet. [6]

What To Eat

  • Whole eggs. Whole eggs contain the right amount of iodine, selenium and chromium.
  • All meats, including lamb, beef and chicken
  • All seafood, including salmon, tuna and shrimp
  • All vegetables except cruciferous vegetables
  • Fruits like bananas, oranges and tomatoes
  • You can find gluten-free grains, seeds and cereals such as chia, flax, buckwheat and rice.
  • All dairy products, including milk, yogurt, cheese and other dairy products.
  • Water and non-caffeinated drinks are appropriate.
  • Low-calorie food can help prevent excessive weight gain.

What Not To Eat

  • Millets come in many varieties.
  • Processed food such as cookies, cakes, hotdogs, etc.
  • It is important to get the right amount of selenium, but too much can be harmful.
  • Moderate consumption of soy is good, but excessive consumption can be harmful.
  • Cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, spinach, cabbage, etc.
  • Fruits like pears, strawberries and peaches.
  • Coffee, tea and alcohol

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Living with Hypothyroidism

Many other health issues can arise for people who are undergoing hypothyroidism treatments. Consider a few factors to help you live a healthy life with this condition.

Develop Fatigue Coping Strategies

Hypothyroidism is often accompanied by fatigue. To relieve stress and combat fatigue, you should sleep well and eat a healthy diet that is rich in fruits and veggies. Yoga and meditation can help you deal with stress.

Talk to Someone

Living with chronic medication is not easy, especially if it’s associated with another medical condition. It is important to talk with someone who you trust and can share your feelings. Visit a therapist or close friend, join a support group or talk to a member of your family. Meetings are also organized by many hospitals for those who suffer from these conditions. You can speak to the staff at your hospital and attend a group meeting. You can talk to people who understand your situation and offer help.

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Keep an eye out for other health problems

Other health problems are also related to hypothyroidism. Other health issues such as celiac disease, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, hormonal imbalances, and sleep apnea are also associated with hypothyroidism. Talk to your doctor if you are experiencing any of these health problems.

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About The Author

Dr. Khyati Dave
Dr. Khyati Dave Homeopathic Consultant

Dr.Khyati has a B.H.M.S degree from the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Mumbai. She is a licensed Homoeopath, with over 4 years of clinical experience in Homeopathy, as well as Allopathy. She also holds a certified Degree in Nutrition & Health Education. She is associated with the field of Wellness & Nutrition for several years. She conducts seminars on Pre-Motherhood for pregnant women. Dr.Khyati can assist you on Home remedies, Diet, Nutrition, Alternative Medicine and Homeopathy. She is thoroughly versed with Biogetica's groundbreaking line of full spectrum products. Being a reservoir of information on natural health, she can be of immense help to you in your journey towards health and freedom!

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