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  • Hypothyroidism is caused by chronic stress from one of the six sources and figuring out where that stress is coming from and reducing it is the key
  • We will look at removing the stressors that are the underlying reason for health imbalances such as hypothyroidism, restoring your body’s ability to produce the right hormones through stress reduction and diet recommendations.

The thyroid is a very sensitive gland and is significantly affected by stress from any of the main sources.

Quoting Wikipedia: ‘The thyroid gland controls how quickly the body uses energy, makes proteins, and controls how sensitive the body is to other hormones Cell metabolism (or in simple terms how fast your cells are generating energy) which a reflection of how quickly your body is running is a key factor of health, when someone’s metabolism is compromised then lots of degenerative processes accelerate. That’s why people with hypothyroid can often experience seemingly unrelated symptoms like arthritis, dementia, etc.

When it comes to thyroid health I’m a big believer in the work of Dr Ray Peat www.raypeat.com who has been investigating metabolism and hormones for over 40 years. His groundbreaking work has been a great driver in the success I have had with my health coaching Clients.

When someone’s thyroid gland is dysfunctional then it will cause a cascade of related hormonal imbalances. Because the thyroid is partly responsible for producing some of the bodies most important protective hormones such as progesterone and pregnenolone if its isn’t working properly then all the other hormones in the body such as testosterone and adrenaline be produced through the natural pathway which leads to various symptoms such as low energy to decreased sex drive or infertility.

It’s important to understand how stress can severely affect the thyroid gland and therefore the whole of the hormone system and to appreciate stress’s impact. If you are one of those people that think they can push themselves too hard without enough good quality to rest then I hope you are one of the lucky few who can handle such an assult on your body.

One of the first things I look at with my hypothyroid Clients is what they do that they love to do and what they do to rest and how much time they rest each day. For a stressed person I recommend at least 30 to 45 minutes of energy creating exercises a day. The types of activities that don’t stress the body but actually build your energy reserves so you can recover and get the most out of life.

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