Having cold feet can be really distracting. It may be hard to focus or get things done! And while cold feet is often caused by low temps, there might be other reasons. Learn about these nine possible reasons why your feet feel frozen. 9 Reasons For Cold Feet 1. Raynaud’s[.....]
If hypothyroidism is the underlying cause of your hair loss, typical symptoms that can help you spot the condition are - diffusely thinning hair across the scalp as well in the outer edges of the brows. Herbal helpers like ashwagandha, trifala, guggulu, and anti-inflammatory foods like turmeric, ginger, can all help combat hair loss by treating your thyroid problem.
Thyroid disorders arise when the thyroid gland either overproduces (hyperthyroidism) or underproduces (hypothyroidism) the thyroid hormones. With hyperthyroidism, your symptoms will usually reflect an increased heart rate, sweating, and unexplained weight loss. In contrast, hypothyroidism signs include a sudden weight gain, hair loss, cold extremities.
Chemical pregnancies are miscarriages that happen at the onset of pregnancy and go unnoticed most of the time. Though definite causes are unknown, fetal abnormalities is one. The mother’s inefficient thyroid gland, uterine abnormalities and/or low ovarian reserve are others. Treatment depends on the cause. Lifestyle management is the only way to prevent recurrence.
Eat a balanced diet that is rich in antioxidants. Pack in vit. C from citrus fruits, zinc from pumpkin seeds, omega 3 fats from nuts, and iodine from seaweed or kelp. Remedy sluggish metabolism by adding coconut oil, apple cider vinegar, and ginger to your diet. Work out in the sun for vit. D and beat stress with yoga, meditation, and relaxation therapy. You can also try Ayurvedic remedies like ashwagandha, guggul, and brahmi.
Cabbage can be as much a friend as a foe! It contains significant quantities of raffinose (an indigestible sugar) that may end up blocking your intestines causing flatulence or bringing on a bout of diarrhea. Nursing mothers should avoid consuming it as it might make their baby colicky. Excessive consumption coupled with iodine deficiency might result in hypothyroidism.
Instill medicated oil into the nasal passage or pour it on the thyroid region or head to stimulate the thyroid. Massage your head with castor oil for gout. Also, massage points on the feet linked to the throat chakra. Eat neem, corn to cure hypothyroidism and milk, walnuts, ghee, bananas for hyperthyroidism. Apply a paste of water lettuce to treat goiter-related swelling.
It’s easy to dismiss a double chin as a sign of someone being fat or careless about their diet. But if you’ve experienced it first hand and know it isn’t your lifestyle that’s to blame, it's time to look elsewhere. It could be a symptom of a more deep-seated health condition, one that you can treat if you know what is causing it.
Ashwagandha prevents non-alcoholic fatty liver disease by eliminating risk factors like high cholesterol and triglyceride levels, diabetes, obesity, and PCOS. This antioxidant prevents and reverses liver damage from free radicals generated by toxins like carbendazim and drugs like gentamicin and paracetamol. It also improves liver function by balancing thyroid hormones. Take 1–2 tsps of its powder twice daily with meals.
Maintain a healthy body weight by eating a balanced diet and exercising regularly (avoid over-exercising, esp. HIIT workouts!). Regulate your thyroid levels by filling up on sea veggies, foods rich in iron, vit B and cutting back on gluten, dairy, and processed foods. Practice yoga to lower your stress levels. Try ayurvedic remedies like lodhra or the bark of ashoka tree.
If stress, hypothyroidism, or a breached immunity is bulking you up, try ashwagandha. This adaptogenic herb can lower cortisol levels by 28%, hike the BMR by raising T4 output, and bolster immunity. Rich in iron, it boosts RBC count and circulation, fights inflammation, and augments energy. This spurs weight loss. Add a few crushed leaves to water and drink daily.
Ashwagandha has been found to selectively increase the production of T4 hormone and simultaneously reduce cell damage caused by free radicals. While this is especially beneficial for hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid), it might have a regulating effect on hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid) as well. Combining ashwagandha with extracts of other plants such as guggulu is considered most effective.
The thyroid gland is small, but mighty because it controls and plays important roles in so many different functions of the body. There are many ways to keep the thyroid healthy. Herbs are actually a rather popular option. Here are 8 different herbs that will help your thyroid function efficiently.[.....]
An estimated 27 million Americans are living with a thyroid condition and they are not even aware of it! The numbers would be much high if you consider the world as a whole. Fortunately, thyroid conditions are treatable. They can be tricky to diagnose since the symptoms tend to be[.....]
Please drop in your contact details to learn all about our advertising opportunities.
We can notify you whenever we have something interesting to share!
Allow notification on the next screen and you will never miss a thing