Fatigue is a common symptom for those that struggle with thyroid disease. When people think of fatigue, they think it's feeling a little tired and out of energy.
The first step on your healing journey is to completely surrender to where you are in the present moment.
There many different reasons you may suffer from thyroid disease, nutrient deficiencies plays a crucial role.
Being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease as well as teaching other how to heal their body, I noticed that anxiety seemed to be a recurring topic. Anxiety was for sure a struggle for me as well as my students.
As women, our periods can define our health. It is our bodies natural response to have regular monthly periods. Therefore, an irregular mensural cycle is a sign that your body is screaming for help.
Many doctors and others that don’t have a thyroid condition say “it’s not that bad”, “were overreacting”, or “we use our sickness as an excuse.”
Most women with thyroid disease are of childbearing age or are perimenopausal/menopausal. This means while being treated for thyroid disease, some are taking medication such as birth control or hormone replacement pills.
Food sensitivities can cause stress on the body which interferes with digestion and can lead to so many health problems.
There is no one size fits all when it comes to thyroid medication and trying to find the right dose seems to be an art more than a science.
I felt so lost before I was diagnosed with my thyroid condition. I didn’t know what was going on but I knew something was not right.