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March 2011 - It Could Be Your Thyroid….

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Are you having trouble losing weight? Do you often feel highly emotional? Do you feel tired a lot? Have you had hair loss or do you wake up with a bad case of “brain fog” in the morning? These symptoms and others, in fact 68 symptoms, may relate to your thyroid gland. Take a look at 68 common symptoms below. Thyroid imbalances are typically looked for in blood tests your doctor can do; however, standard thyroid blood tests do not always show the full picture of what is going on in your thyroid.

Also, recently an interesting connection has been found for people with Fibromyalgia. Often there are thyroid imbalances with Fibromyalgia and treating the thyroid often improves Fibromyalgia symptoms.

Your thyroid glad is also highly affected by stress and emotions. There is a clear connection between emotions and thyroid problems.

Your thyroid gland is situated behind the windpipe in your neck and influences the chemistry of your whole body. It produces hormones for growth, cell regeneration, and repair; it maintains both metabolism and oxygen consumption.

Psychological causes or root causes of many thyroid imbalances can be tracked to highly emotional events in your life. The thyroid’s proximity to the voice box is most interesting. Ask yourself this: “How many years have you ‘swallowed’ or ‘stifled’ your words or your needs until you are unable to express yourself?” This is fairly typical for women who easily put others’ needs ahead of their own. In this case, finding your voice and learning to express your thoughts and feelings are vital.

Ask yourself this:

  • Are you able to speak up for yourself?
  • Does your partner make all the decisions?
  • Do you always put other people first, even denying your own needs?

Your body, in this case, thyroid problems, are often a direct reflection of what is going on emotionally inside of you. If you have a thyroid imbalance, there are many solutions and you should consult with your physician. Hypnosis by the way is a powerful tool to help you discover and release the emotional root cause of thyroid issues. We can easily talk directly with your unconscious mind and find out if there is an emotional cause behind the problem.
68 Most Commonly Reported Symptoms of Hypothyroidism

  • Fatigue       
  • Swelling of eyelids        
  • Emotional instability
  • Lethargy    
  • Dry skin    
  • Choking sensation
  • Low endurance    
  • Dry mucous membranes         
  • Fineness of hair
  • Slow speech        
  • Constipation       
  • Hair loss
  • Slow thinking      
  • Weight gain unexplainably     
  • Blueness of skin
  • Poor memory      
  • Paleness of lips   
  • Dry, thick, scaling skin
  • Poor concentration       
  • Shortness of breath       
  • Dry, coarse, brittle hair
  • Depression
  • Swelling     
  • Paleness of skin
  • Nervousness        
  • Hoarseness
  • Puffy skin
  • Anxiety      
  • Loss of appetite  
  • Puffy face or eyelids
  • Worrying   
  • Prolonged menstrual bleeding
  • Swelling of ankles
  • Easy emotional upset   
  • Heavy menstrual bleeding      
  • Coarse skin
  • Obsessive thinking        
  • Painful menstruation    
  • Brittle or thin nails
  • Low motivation   
  • Low sex drive      
  • Dry ridges down nails
  • Dizziness   
  • Impotence  
  • Difficulty in swallowing
  • Sensation of cold 
  • Hearing loss        
  • Weakness
  • Cold skin   
  • Rapid heart rate  
  • Vague body aches & pains
  • Decreased sweating       
  • Pounding heart beat      
  • Muscle pain
  • Heat intolerance  
  • Slow pulse rate   
  • Joint pain
  • Non-restful sleep 
  • Pain at front of chest    
  • Numbness or tingling
  • Insomnia    
  • Poor vision
  • Protrusion of one or both eyeballs
  • Thick tongue       
  • Weight loss
  • Sparse eyebrows
  • Swelling of face   
  • Wasting of tongue         

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