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Hypothyroidismand other thyroid abnormalities

There are many cases of hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's disease that are never properly identified. If you have an underactive thyroid, your metabolism slows down, which can have a negative impact on your overall health. Although hypothyroidism is related with a few common symptoms, they cannot be used to reliably diagnose the condition. Fatigue, weight gain, muscular cramps, memory loss, and hair loss are among these symptoms.

The functional medicine approach focuses on the fundamental causes of any thyroid issues rather than merely treating the symptoms. This approach is more effective than traditional treatment. As a result, it takes a more comprehensive approach to treating patients, resulting in more effective long-term outcomes and a better quality of life for those who get it. The uniqueness of each person must be taken into consideration while evaluating them. People's biochemistry and environmental variables like nutrition history, social behaviors, etc. are also taken into consideration. You need to take care of your thyroid in order to maintain your overall health and well-being. When adopting lifestyle changes, it's important to incorporate items like nutrient-dense meals, good fats, and particular vitamins in order to get the most out of them!

A holistic approach to health and well-being isn't limited to the physical. Mental and emotional health play an important part in overall well-being, which can be affected by chronic stress levels that trigger cortisol release. It's possible that the stress hormone cortisol, which is also a major adrenaline generator, interferes with thyroid hormone synthesis. As a result, many various elements of the body, such as blood pressure and mood, may become unbalanced.

My low cortisol levels have made me question if they're impacting my physical health in any way. To cope with a stressful situation, our bodies release more cortisol than normal