Homeopathy Has Medicines For Thyroid

Thyroid is one of the body’s most important glands. Thyroid dysfunction is one of the most common clinical conditions seen frequently. Thyroid function influences energy formation, circulation, immune function, the metabolism of all the organs, blood sugar regulation, emotional stability, and hormonal balance.

Your thyroid is a small butterfly-shaped gland, located in your neck, wrapped around the windpipe, and is located behind and below the Adam’s Apple area. The thyroid produces several hormones, of which two are key: triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4). These hormones help oxygen get into cells, and make your thyroid the master gland of metabolism. Normally, of all the hormone produced by your thyroid, 80% will be T4 and 20% T3. Once released by the thyroid, the T3 and T4 travel through the bloodstream. The purpose is to help cells convert oxygen and calories into energy. The hypothalamus in the brain releases something called Thyrotropin-releasing Hormone (TRH). The release of TRH tells the pituitary gland to release something called Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH). This TSH, circulating in your bloodstream, is what tells the thyroid to make thyroid hormones and release them into your bloodstream.

Homeopathy, a natural system of healthcare, offers a better and safer option for treating thyroid conditions. Homeopathy is a holistic system of treatment that makes use of only natural substances to prepare remedies. Instead of focusing on the disease, homeopathy targets the root cause of the condition and is better suited to provide a permanent cure. Homeopathic remedies are focused more on stimulating the body’s self-healing capabilities. It is for this reason that homeopathy insists on calling its preparation a remedy rather than a medicine.

There are more than fifty homeopathic remedies that can address various thyroid conditions, and there is bound to be one that suits you. The reason for multiple remedies is due to the fact that homeopathic treatment is based on the personality and constitution of an individual. It does not have a ‘one single medicine suits all’ approach.

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