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Safe and Natural Homeopathy Approach to Cure Thyroid Disease

Thyroid gland:
Thyroid Treatment in Homeopathy

Thyroid Gland

The thyroid gland produces thyroid hormone which regulates many metabolic processes in the body. The thyroid gland is situated in the front of the neck. It is an important gland in the endocrine system that affects metabolism. It helps the body to build new bone. It controls how quickly the body use energy, makes proteins and controls how sensitive the body is to other hormones.
The thyroid gland produces and secretes two major hormones Thyroxine and Calcitonin.
These hormones controls many body functions as like metabolism of reproductive system, brain, kidneys, heart.
Most prominent symptoms of thyroid gland are either most people work normally but some people have an overproduction of thyroid hormones called hyperthyroidism and some people have a condition called hypothyroidism where the thyroid gland is not producing enough of thyroid hormones.

Types of thyroid disorders:


Hyperthyroidism is caused by excess circulating thyroid hormone. Excess or too much of these thyroid hormones would cause the body to have hyper metabolism. The main cause of hyperthyroidism is grave's disease. Grave's disease is an autoimmune system. The patients with hyperthyroidism seems to have heat intolerance, tachycardia. It leads to weight loss, anxiety, tremor in hands, restlessness, irritability and hair loss.


Hypothyroidism is the malfunction of the thyroid gland. In hypothyroidism the thyroid gland fails to secrete enough of the hormones. In hypothyroidism there is weight gain, fatigue, sluggish feeling, tiredness, depressed. The conditions that lead to hypothyroidism are Hashimoto's thyroiditis, cretinism, sub-acute thyroiditis and riedel's thyroiditis.

Toxic Adenomas: 

It refers to the hyper functioning follicular adenoma in normal thyroid. Mostly common in the age of 30s to 40s and present with similar symptoms as like hyperthyroidism.

Sub-Acute Thyroiditis: 

Inflammation of the thyroid that causes the gland to leak excess hormones, resulting in temporary hyperthyroidism that generally lasts a few weeks but may persist for months.

Hashimoto's Thyroiditis: 

It is the most common cause of hypothyroidism. It's an autoimmune disorder which can happen due to anti microsomal and anti thyroid globulin antibodies. It may be hyperthyroid early in its course.

Thyroid hormones and pituitary gland:

The hypothalamus regulates most of the bodies endocrine system. Some neurons within the hypothalamus produce and secrete thyrotrophin releasing hormones also called TRH. TRH is secreted into the hypothalamal hypophysio portal vessels and carried into the anterior lobe of pituitary gland where it stimulates cells to make thyroid stimulating hormone TSH. TRH stimulates the release of TSH from the anterior lobe of the pituitary. TSH enters the blood stream and is carried to the thyroid gland. At the thyroid gland TSH stimulates the production and release of thyroxine, a hormone that regulates the metabolic rate of all the cells in the body. In addition to regulating the metabolic rate, thyroxine inhibits the TRH containing neurons within the hypothalamus. This inhibition results in decrease release of TRH and thus a decrease in secretion of TSH and thyroxine.

Thyroid Treatment in Homeopathy:

It is easy and simple to heal the thyroid and balance hormones, if the root cause for thyroid disorders is known. Millions of people with thyroid conditions continue to take prescriptions, drugs on the daily basis. Using homeopathic treatment it is possible to stimulate the thyroid gland to produce thyroid hormones required for the body. Thyroid Treatment in Homeopathy aims to stimulating the thyroid gland and make it function. As one starts external supply of supplements, the thyroid gland slowly stops producing hormones. But if you take homeopathic treatment, it is possible to stimulate the thyroid gland and make it produce hormones.
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