How the Hashimoto’s Solution May Help Improve Thyroid Disease

Hashimoto’s disease impacts 3.5 per 1,000 women each year and 0.8 per 1,0000 men annually. Studies have found that in 79% of the cases, a person has a predisposition due to genetic factors, and 21% of the cases are caused by sex hormone and environmental influences.

As a person ages, thyroid disease becomes more prevalent. The Hashimoto’s Solution can help improve symptoms in sufferers.

The Solution helps anyone suffering from the disease to get back on track with a personalized solution. When using the Hashimoto’s Solution, sufferers are given an individualized plan that is designed to meet the needs of the person’s body. Offering to guide people to better overall thyroid health, the solution includes help from Dr. Karen, an expert in Hashimoto’s disease that specializes in endocrinology and thyroid health.

Dr. Karen takes all of your individual aspects that can contribute to thyroid disease into account, including your diet and lifestyle choices. Offering health coaching, it’s possible to heal your own body over the long-term. The Hashimoto’s Solution claims that while not everyone can reach full remission, it’s possible to heal a person’s condition under the right conditions.

Hashimoto’s Disease leads to a loss in energy, weight gain, brain fog and even hair loss.

Michelle Visage recently announced that she had a biopsy and she has been found to be clear of Hashimoto’s disease. Visage, a judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race, is further proof that Hashimoto’s disease can be cured under the right conditions. She had been dealing with the disease for 20 years, and encourages all of her fans and followers to become their own health advocates.

She claims that she didn’t have a biopsy for the last 16 years because none of her doctors told her that she would need another biopsy.

Visage’s health had declined in the last two years when her body became inflamed and her thyroid nodule doubled in size. She chose to have her breast implants removed due to her suffering from breast implant illness, which is said to cause many of the same symptoms as Hashimoto’s disease: fatigue, hair loss and brain fog.

Doctors have not confirmed whether the breast implants were the cause of her Hashimoto’s symptoms or not.

The disease may be able to be diagnosed early in people who have a strong history of the disease. TPO antibodies may be present and elevated with thyroid hormone levels remaining normal and hyperthyroidism absent. A goiter and laboratory testing can help diagnose Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.

Melissa Thompson

Melissa Thompson writes about a wide range of topics, revealing interesting things we didn’t know before. She is a freelance USA Today producer, and a Technorati contributor.