Tucked away at the base of the neck, in front of the windpipe (trachea) is the little butterfly-shaped thyroid gland, only two inches in size, however with a very a big job. When the thyroid gland is functioning normally, as it does most of the time, there is little reason to give it a second thought. However, when it isnít functioning as it should, itís difficult not to think about. This is because the thyroid gland affects so much of the functioning of the body such as metabolism, absorption of food, insulin efficiency, calcium levels, protein utilization, sleep, and mental acuity.
Thyroid disorders are thought of as the great masqueraders because the symptoms they produce can be mistaken for other conditions. Consequently, thyroid disorders can be difficult to diagnose in the beginning. However if left undiagnosed, these disorders can dramatically worsen and greatly diminish the bodyís ability to carry out its daily activities. For these reasons, it is important to unmask any great masqueraders so they can be effectively treated. Many times, that requires that you take a proactive stance requesting to have it checked a second time if you continue to experience symptoms of its not working right.
If you or a loved one suffers from hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, Gravesí Disease, Hashimotoís Disease, hypoglycemia, goiter, thyroid cancer or have benign thyroid nodules, I invite you to join me on this teleclass as I offer a comprehensive overview of the thyroid gland and its disorders, and share suggestions of how many can be treated naturally.
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