The Real Culprit Behind Low Thyroid

https://www.sandiegointegratedwellness.com/the-real-culprit-behind-low-thyroid/(opens in a new tab) Click to registerIf you’ve been treated for low thyroid, chances are the real cause of your thyroid problem has gone undiagnosed. The fact is that the leading cause of low thyroid is surprisingly not a faulty thyroid, but an autoimmune …

Keep Your Thyroid Out Of The Bedroom

Click to register Thyroid problems can cause all sorts of seemingly unrelated symptoms, so I’m not surprised that the findings of a recent study just added low libido to the list of frustrating indicators pointing to thyroid dysfunction. While thyroid hormone is most directly involved …

5 Reasons Your Low Thyroid Symptoms Won’t Go Away

Click to registerMillions of Americans are taking thyroid replacement hormones but aren’t getting the symptom-relief they deserve. Thyroid drugs can “band-aid” your failing thyroid gland, short-term, but they don’t fix the underlying reason your thyroid isn’t working in the first place.  When it comes to …

Your Thyroid Might Be Making You A Debbie Downer

Click to register A recent headline caught my attention about a celebrity who’s battling a serious thyroid disorder, and her story shines a light on the explosion of thyroid autoimmunity and complications associated with it. In her case, she developed hyperthyroidism after having a baby. …

“Normal” Is Your New Symptom

Click to register The symptom list is nothing new; you’ll find the same list of ailments when self-diagnosing yourself on WebMD: fatigue, weight gain, pain, insomnia, depression, and cold intolerance. But did you know that earlier symptoms of a thyroid disorder can actually look like …

Five Top Thyroid Supplements Should You Take Them or Not?

Thyroid supplements are generally taken by those who think they have sluggish thyroids, they are gaining weight for no reason or they have self-diagnosed themselves with hypothyroidism. Here we will discuss the most common thyroid supplements and what they are designed to do and why …

What is Post-Partum Thyroiditis?

Post-partum thyroiditis (PPT) is a condition that affects 10-22%  of women and is often attributed to the “post-partum” blues. It is caused by an inflammation of the thyroid gland that happens shortly after birth of the baby.  It is often not caught by medical professionals …