How To Reset Your Thyroid To Burn Fat And Activate Your Metabolism
An older man came to the famous Dr. Erika Schwartz to ask for a medical advice about his health condition, which was really serious. So, Erika examined all medications and treatments that he was subjected to and she asked his cardiologist – would he agree about changing his therapy. This older man suffered from excess weight, low testosterone levels and thyroid gland problems. He had sleeping disorders, caused by the advanced stage of eczema which caused terrible and unbearable itching.
So, Dr. Schwartz tried to reach his cardiologist for almost 3 weeks, and eventually she made a contact. She suggested to his cardiologist to eliminate all medications, which caused this skin condition in the first place – but, he refused. “I called his cardiologist for 3 weeks, and when I finally reached him, he said: “I can’t talk to you, you don’t know science”. But, when he heard that we have the same medical degree, he hung up on me”.
So, after this conversation, she explained everything to her patient and her patient decided to change his cardiologist and that he would try the plan she recommended. She suggested that he should boost the levels of the thyroid hormones and stop taking the medications for his high cholesterol. Before they start with this treatment, her patient though that this treatment would cause him a heart attack, but Dr. Erika explained that the hormones will balance the cholesterol levels, in all-natural way. She also told him that the thyroid hormones are a result of the function of the thyroid gland – which is an endocrine gland in the form of a butterfly, found in the lower front of the neck.
The two thyroid hormones – triiodothyronine and thyroxine—are also known as T3 and T4. T4 is turned into the active T3 in cells, and it reaches the body organs through the bloodstream. thyroid’s main function is to regulate the metabolism and to provide energy. But, you should also know that this gland has a significant influence on the entire body, because it helps the organs to function properly. The most common health problem, related to the thyroid gland is hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism is when the gland doesn’t produce enough hormones, to regulate the necessary body functions. Well, this can be caused by many different internal and external reasons, such as: Hashimoto’s disease – which is an autoimmune health condition in which the thyroid gland is attacked by the immune system.
The most common symptoms and warning signs of this health condition – hypothyroidism are: dry skin, brittle nails, fatigue, hair loss, weight gain, body temperature irregularities, feeling cold, poor reflexes, depression, brain fog, mood swings, etc. But, the real problem is that these symptoms and warning signs can also indicate other health problems and diseases as well. This means that doctors may prescribe medications and drugs that are not appropriate for this health problem, and don’t even consider the thyroid imbalance as a potential problem.