Thyroid Problems

Lyme disease is "The Great Imitator", and some people are diagnosed with thyroid problems well before they find out they actually have Lyme disease.

Hypothyroidism is when the thyroid under-produces the thyroid hormones triiodothyronine(T3) and/orthyroxine(T4).secretions. Symptoms are similar to some that accompany Lyme disease such as tiredness, poor ability to tolerate cold, and weight gain. Sometimes called Hashimoto's disease or Hashimoto's Thyroid disease is marked by a noticeable autoimmune disorder. For a specific holistic treatment try:

 The Hypothyroidism Revolution

Hyperthyroidism is when the thyroid over-produces the thyroid hormones (T3) and (T4). The increase of these hormones over-stimulate the metabolism and the sympathetic nervous system.  It almost appears to be a super dose of adrenaline including a fast heart beat or even palpitations, anxiety, or excessive excitement. It can also cause weight loss, sweating, irritability, and tremors.

Grave's disease is the most common form of hyperthyroidism, and is also marked by a noticeable autoimmune disorder. For a specific holistic treatment try:

 Thyrosoothe

 

   

Jenna Seaver author of lyme disease resource

Jenna in Maui

 

        

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