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Resolving subclinical hypothyroidism symptoms, Dr. Mary James, ND.If you know something is off with your thyroid, but your lab tests are still in the normal range, you may have subclinical hypothyroidism. Dr. Mary James explains this common issue and how you can solve it.
How does the thyroid work? Learn why the thyroid is one of the most important glands in your body. With everything from what the thyroid does to how you can support it naturally.
Hypothyroidism in menopause — a whole-body perspective. Although it’s common for women to develop hypothyroid conditions in menopause, the connection between menopause and thyroid balance is rarely discussed. Women's Health Network clarifies the thyroid–menopause connection.
Hypothyroidism symptoms checklist. Hypothyroidism can be very difficult to diagnose because the symptoms resemble those experienced by women in perimenopause and menopause. This list of hypothyroid symptoms is a good place to start if you suspect you might have a thyroid problem.
Is it my thyroid? Reviewed by Dr. Mary James, ND. Our naturopath has the answers to your top questions about thyroid problems.
Five steps for natural thyroid symptom relief. If you’re suspicious of a thyroid imbalance these easy steps may help to ease your symptoms. With tips about what to eat, yoga for thyroid, and more, you can learn how to support your thyroid naturally.
Menopause, adrenal, or thyroid symptoms - what Program is right for you? Are you confused about the root of your symptoms? You’re not alone. So many imbalances in the body can create identical symptoms, making many women confused about a solution. Let us help you determine the root of your symptoms and which of our Programs might work best for you.
Goitrogens and thyroid health. Nutritious foods that block thyroid hormones can still be eaten as part of a healthy diet. Women's Health Network explains.
Selenium benefits for your thyroid. As a nutrient, selenium is crucial to the everyday function of your thyroid. Here’s how much selenium you should aim for daily and your best choices to make sure you’re getting enough.
Iodine and your thyroid. Iodine is one of the most important nutrients you need to keep your thyroid working well — and it has a major effect on your entire body for optimal health and how you feel.
Other articles on thyroid health
What to eat to support your thyroid. Reviewed by Dr. Mary James, ND. Here’s a list of the important nutrients for your thyroid health and the top foods for each.
How thyroid issues affect weight gain. We see that even small changes to the thyroid function may be associated with weight gain and difficulty losing weight. Find out why, and what you can do about it.
Thyroid testing for hypothyroidism. Conventional thyroid tests usually overlook subclinical thyroid problems, even if you have symptoms of hypothyroidism. Learn about what options are available for assessing thyroid function and how to interpret thyroid tests.
Could you be having a thyroid issue during menopause and not realize it? Having thyroid difficulties collide with the physical changes of menopause is a life altering experience.
Stop thyroid weight gain and get your body back. Weight gain is a common but distressing symptom that adds to the misery of women suffering from subclinical hypothyroidism, or low thyroid. Some simple changes and practices can stop thyroid weight gain, and help you feel more like yourself.
5 ways to know if hair loss is connected to your thyroid. Thyroid-related hair loss has some specific markers that you can use to make the connection. If you can confirm that thyroid issues are causing your hair loss, it’s much easier to choose the most effective solution to stop it.
Symptoms of thyroid problems. Many women suspect they have a problem with their thyroid gland, but are unable to confirm it using conventional testing. These lesser known indications can help you pinpoint your thyroid as the source of your symptoms so you it’s easier to know what action to take.
Hyperthyroidism — overactive thyroid. Hyperthyroidism, or overactive thyroid, occurs much more frequently in women than in men. Here is a list of hyperthyroid symptoms and information about the causes of hyperthyroidism and natural alternative treatments.