What is the Thyroid?

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August 6, 2020

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The thyroid is a gland that performs many important functions throughout the body. Therefore, if you have an imbalanced thyroid gland, it may impact the whole body. 

Your thyroid has a very important job of releasing and controlling thyroid hormones that are meant to control your metabolism. Metabolism is a process providing us with energy for our body through foods we intake.  The key hormones to control our metabolism are T3 and T4, which simply tell our body’s cells how much energy needs to be used! This is all controlled by our pituitary gland that will send its hormones TSH to the thyroid if imbalances are detected. 

It is important to get our thyroid examined if we are feeling:

  • Lethargic
  • Sudden weight loss or gain 
  • Loss of sleep 
  • Irregular menstrual periods 
  • Experiencing anxiety, irritability  

Furthermore, you may be diagnosed with Hashimotos diseases, which is linked to many other conditions and symptoms:

  • Hashimotos disease in relation to Anxiety treatment 
  • Thyroiditis condition in relation to imbalanced Hormones 
  • Cause to weight gain 
  • Hasimotos disease affecting sex drive and libido 
  • Is impacted by one’s stress levels 

Lab makers and other test markers to answer your questions for possible imbalanced thyroid: 

If you are experiencing any symptoms from above or similar to then it is important to check your thyroid panel, more specifically for TPO. In addition, our bioscanners will provide ATP production markers to further study your thyroid! 

From the quarter-million bioscans that have performed at our clinic, we found that 95% has shown signs for thyroid and hormone imbalances! 

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