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Home Remedies for Hypothyroidism, Herbal Treatments



Hypothyroidism is a disease in which your thyroid glands fail to create enough thyroid hormones. Thyroid hormones are vital in performing most of the body systems and mainly related to metabolism.

There could be many complications if it is not kept in control at the right time. Many types of treatments are available, but home remedies are best preferred here, because they are safer as well as effective. Home remedies not just act as a carrier for necessary hormones; it also acts as a catalyst to remove the toxins from your body. Moreover, natural remedies are able to restore the hormone levels in your body.

To bring the thyroid glands back into normal working condition, herbs can play a great role. We would suggest Fucur vesiculosis before anything. It is an iodine rich sea vegetable. You may also try Avena sativa, which is generally used to heal nervous disorders. It is also considered as an effective tonic for the nervous system. In addition to this, it is also known for its calming effect, and this could be very helpful since depression and anxiety are associated with hypothyroidism.

According to ancient Indian medical system, known as Ayurveda, Coleus forskohliiv is an excellent herbal treatment which has the power to reduce blood pleasure and heal hypothyroidism. Ayurveda also suggest some other herbs which are also known to be effective in dealing with this, they include, Discorea poria, Acornus, Paonia Ginseng and Cinnamon.



A very well known symptom associated with hypothyroidism is wait gain. When Obesity happens with hypothyroidism, treatment becomes increasingly difficult. However, too much weight loss is also not good, since it can affect the metabolism very badly. So, you need to do an effective weight loss regimen instead of going too hard on that. There are only few herbal remedies which could keep both the conditions in check, such as, ginger, cayenne, and kelp. For the endocrine related problems, cayenne is considered to be very effective. It's known to have the ability to improve blood circulation and metabolism.

Besides depending on the herbs, you can also bring positive results with proper diet control. These are the food items which you should instantly reject: excessive dairy products, caffeine sugar and refined foods. Instead, you should take fresh vegetables and fruits which are rich in magnesium and calcium. Talk to your dietician to find out the vegetables and fruits which are rich in magnesium and calcium.

Another herb, namely nettle is also considered to be highly effective to deal with hypothyroidism. Nettle is known for its high iodine content, and since iodine deficiency leads to hypothyroidism it's widely used for healing this. Though, iodized salt is good enough for iodine deficiency, nettle is preferred for the over all good effect on health.

There are few other herbs too which are popular in treating this, which include watercress, moss, parsley root, oat straw Calamus root and Bladderwrack. These herbs are available in the market in the form of tablets, pills and tonic. You may have this on a daily basis to see the good results.





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