Thyroid Ayurvedic Cure
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Thyroid Remedies, Natural Treatment | Thyroid Ayurvedic Cure

According to information gathered by ayurvedic practitioners, thyroid problems are on the rise today. This increase is in part due to the more and more hectic lifestyles people engage in today, and it is also because of a lack of proper nutrients in the soil. Many people are affected by hypothyroidism, which is an under-productive thyroid condition, and do not even realize it.

Hyperthyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid is overactive. The thyroid itself is a small gland that is located near the base of your throat. While the thyroid is such a small gland, its importance to the body is actually quite enormous because it is the organ that regulates our hormones. When the thyroid is not working properly, our body is not producing, or in some cases, is overproducing, certain hormones.

This imbalance can cause all sorts of problems for us. Ayurvedic medicine seeks to restore balance to our bodies by returning the doshas, or humors as they are called in Western medicine, to their correct levels.

Here are some signs associated with a low-functioning thyroid

  • High levels of lethargy
  • Coldness in the hands and/or feet
  • Frequent constipation, headaches
  • Dry skin
  • Obesity is also sometimes related to thyroid dysfunction

The thyroid also controls the hormones that determine obesity and your cholesterol level, so it is important to keep your thyroid in check for many reasons.

Some of the recommended remedies for thyroid condition include:

  • Coconut oil for hypothyroidism
  • Practicing yoga; in particular the position Sarvangasna, or the shoulder stand
  • Include guggul in the diet to stimulate the thyroid, if needed

First, a word of caution about adding the guggul extract to your diet. Before making any changes to your diet make sure you first consult with your primary physician or practitioner in case you are currently taking a medication that might have a negative interaction with the supplement.

Other herbs ayurvedic medicine suggests for thyroid condition include shilajita, jatamansi, and punarnava. These can be obtained by visiting your local health food store, herbalist, or a variety of Internet websites.

Other diet suggestions that might help your thyroid condition:

  • Drink lots of hot ginger tea
  • Eat lots of raw fruits and vegetables
  • Avoid dairy and wheat products
  • Avoid salty foods

Another beneficial yoga position is the hala asana, or plow position. Again, a note of caution must be inserted here. It is recommended that a woman who is menstruating should not perform this position. If you are interested in learning how to do these moves, there are many websites available that can teach you the proper techniques for doing them. Some of the better websites even have pictures to help you out.

Constipation is often a huge problem for people who suffer from thyroids. Triphala is an ayurvedic remedy for constipation. Triphala is made up of three fruits, amalaki, haritaki, and bibhitaki, which come from India. It is thought to balance the three doshas, or humors, in ayurvedic thought and is used as a remedy for many other things as well.

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#12 haresh datwani 2013-09-28 23:31
I am 40 year old I have 7.0 thyroid after taking medicin I want to know is ther any way to curee from that without medicin in arurveda.
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#11 Jimmy 2013-09-26 17:22
Hello, I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism two years ago. Subsequently I was placed on Levothyrocim daily. However, I have noticed that the frequency of using the toilet has increased too, up to about 4-5 times daily.
What do I do ?
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#10 Sony 2013-08-24 14:32
HI my TSH is above the normal requirement it is 14.5 my age is 28 what should i do as i feel fatigue and neck gastric. I have gained about 15kgs in the last 2 years. I am really worried please suggest medicines or what should i do??
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#9 Gargi 2013-08-07 20:31
hello i am of 22 yrs my TSH is 10.2 and i am not getting my periods regular is their any danger and i want to know that is their any treatment in ayurveda please suggest me
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#8 dr santosh tiwari 2013-07-29 20:48
plz give value of complete thyroid profile test..........
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#7 satish kumar 2013-07-11 15:13
My wife have TSH-95.0.please suggest any ayurvedic medicine to control range TSH.
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#6 Vipin Bansal 2013-07-03 14:07
My wife has thyroid problem. It was detected recently with TSH 17. I want to know if it can be cured completely or not. Doctor told her to be on medicine for her whole life to curb this. I just want to knwo if it is curable in the sense she will take medicine for long time but not for her whole life.
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#5 babu george 2013-06-19 14:03
my son having hypothyroidism since last 3 years, his TSH now 2.960 it is in normal requirement. Kindly suggest any medicine in Ayurveda.

Regards
babu George
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#4 pardyuman kumar kaus 2013-06-11 13:25
i am 5ft.4inch tall aged 63 years old last two years my weight was 60kg but recently i measured my weight which found 70kg i am doing yoga exercise daily i have some doubts that the increasing of weight due to exercise or any disease like thyroid problems please clear my doubts
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#3 Ishita Kalra 2013-05-29 10:14
HI my TSH is above the normal requirement it is 8.13 my age is 24 what should i do as i feel fatigue and obese. I have gained about 15kgs in the last 2 years. I am really worried please suggest medicines or what should i do??
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