Homeopathic Remedies & Treatment
Homeopathic Remedies - Homeopathic Treatment 
Homeopathic Remedies & Treatment 
Homeopathic Remedies - Homeopathic Treatment
The thyroid is a small butterfly-shaped gland situated in the
front lower portion of the throat around the windpipe (trachea).
It is made up of two lobes, one on each side of the trachea, with
a connecting portion called the isthmus. 
The thyroid is one of the endocrine glands and its function is to
convert iodine into thyroid hormones tiiodothyronine (T3), and
thyroxine (T4). The secretion of these two active compounds are
essential for the normal growth and development of children, and
for normal metabolic processes in adults. 
Hypothyroidism is a condition characterized by decreased activity
of the thyroid gland and its secretion. The deficiency of thyroxin
hormone secretion is caused primarily by a lack of sufficient iodine
in the diet. The thyroid gland requires iodine for proper function.
Iodine is found in eggs, milk, wine, shellfish, and salt. 
There are two types of hypothyroidism: Cretinism and myxedema. 
Cretinism is congenital hypothyroidism. An infant is born with
insufficient activity of the thyroid gland. It results from inadequate
iodine intake by the mother while pregnant. This condition leads to
the child becoming physically and mentally impaired. 
A milder in activity or deficiency of the thyroid gland and its secretion
may occur in adolescence or adult life, this is known as myxedema.
It may develop after Hashimoto disease, thyroid surgery, radiation
treatment of hyperthyroidism, post-partum thyroiditis, and failure of the
hypothalmus or pituitary gland. Symptoms of hypothyroidism includes
fatigue, hair loss, cold intolerance,weight gain, sluggishness, mental
dullness, and menstrual irregularities. 
Homeopathic Treatment  Goal 
Hypothyroidism is treated by organotherapy, a complementary therapy
used in homeopathy to bring balance back to organs.  
Diet modification is recommended. 
Leading Remedies in Homeopathy  
Iodium treats hypothyroidism; swollen glands; goiter: chronic fatigue;
increased appetite; emaciation ameliorated from eating; nervous irritability. 
Lapis albus treats the enlargement of the thyroid gland, symptoms include
abnormal fatigue; sluggishness; mental dullness. 
Natrum muriaticum treats hypothyroidism, symptoms include weight gain,
puffy face; a great desire for salt; person is emotionally sensitive.  
Calcarea carbonica is indicated in the treatment of thyroid dysfunctions;
symptoms include swelling of the neck; overweight; profused perspiration;
glandular engorgement.  
Thymusinum is indicated in the treatment of stunted conditions in children.
Home Remedies for Hypothyroidism 
Eliminate foods that may lower thyroid function such as cabbage, brussel
sprouts, peanuts, and cauliflower.

Avoid consumption of refined foods.

Eat a well-balanced diet based on fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.

Consume plenty of leafy, dark green vegetables.

Take one teaspoon of flax oil, twice a day.

Seaweed is beneficial for hypothyroidism.

Drink eight to ten glasses of water, per day.
Natural Remedies for Hypothyroidism 
  • Kelp is an effective treatment for a sluggish thyroid.
  • Chlorophyll neutralizes toxins in the blood.
  • A Vitamin D deficiency is linked to hypothyroidism.
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