Thyroid Disorders

Low thyroid, hypo-thyroid, hyper-thyroid, Hashimoto’s, low TSH, high  TSH, high thyroid antibodies and more.  You hear all of these diagnosis being given out by the thousands every day, however, all of these people taking thyroid medication come into our office because they are sicker or unhealthier than they were when they started taking the medicine.  

How do you know if you have a thyroid disorder?

These symptoms are very common for thyroid issues: chronic fatigue, hair loss, headaches, weight gain, weight loss, irritability, cold hands and feet, anxiety, depression, immune system poor, sleep issues and digestive problems.

If you are struggling with one or more of these symptoms for a long period of time(1 year of more) than your thyroid may not be working up to speed.  Know this that you can support the thyroid gland naturally and the thyroid hormones naturally with amazing success.


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We’ll be thrilled to help you improve your health and get you back to feeling good again!

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