Thyroid gland that is not active enough, called hypothyroidism, is far more common. It can make to gain weight, feel fatigued and have difficulty dealing with cold temperatures. If thyroid gland is too active, it makes more thyroid hormones than the body needs. That condition is hyperthyroidism. Too much thyroid hormone can make to lose weight, speed up heart rate and makes very sensitive to heat.
Treatment involves trying to reset the body’s metabolism to a normal rate. Thyroid hormones regulate how the body breaks down food and either uses that energy immediately or stores it for the future. In other words, thyroid hormones regulate our body’s metabolism.
Thyroid hormones influence almost every organ system in the body. They tell organs how fast or slow they should work. Thyroid hormones also regulate the consumption of oxygen and the production of heat.
Hypothyroidism can also be caused by a lack of iodine in the diet, which prevents the thyroid from making enough hormones. Sometimes it can arise when part, or all, of the thyroid has been removed for treatment of cancer or hyperthyroidism.  It can also go with other inflammatory conditions. But sometimes, the disease destroys so much thyroid tissue that the gland can’t produce enough thyroid hormone. As a result, hypothyroidism sets in.
Symptoms include:
Decreased libido
Delayed relaxation of tendon reflexes or slow reflexes
Dry skin
Feeling cold (even on warm days) or cold intolerance
Lethargy and fatigue
Mental retardation
Poor hearing
Poor memory
Puffiness of the face
Reduced concentration (brain fog)
Slow speech
Thin or brittle hair or more hair loss
Unusual weight gain
Weight gain despite decreased appetite
Anovulation that can cause irregular, infrequent periods, heavy or prolonged bleeding
Though most common cause is a deficiency of iodine, as iodine is necessary for the production of thyroid hormone. If there is not enough iodine present in the body, the thyroid gland enlarges as it works harder to get the necessary iodine.
Autoimmune condition Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is an immune disease where the body produces antibodies against the cells and tissue of the thyroid gland. This leads to a diminished amount of thyroid hormone production that is further associated with other immune mediated diseases such as diabetes mellitus, pernicious anemia, celiac disease, rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematous. In children, it leads to delays in growth and intellectual development, which is called cretinism in severe cases.
No doubt, according to energy concept of Onnuri SuJok acupuncture, in either case energy of Heat excess or deficient is manifested. One should get the Acupuncture treatment ~ as it can help improve the overall condition of thyroid gland as well as other emotional aspects such as stress, anxiety, anger and frustration, which are often associated with it either overactive or under active, in both the cases vital energy is in disharmony. The remission of the disease can be achieved and medicament’s therapy simultaneously can be reduced or eliminated altogether. The course of treatment is definitely uneventful. To aid in the syndrome one may put colors with permanent marker pen!
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6 thoughts on “THYROID~hypo

  1. Great information. Thank-you.
    I have been having issues thought hypo- thyroid ism but test results are normal. My symptoms are: sciatic nerve issues is where things started have had double vision for about a year. All test results are clear beside a little swelling showing in MRI at the pituitary.
    I have excessive energy throughout my body. I have been going through kundalini energy excessively. Any feedback would be great.


  2. Hi great job. I understood 2 points H7(Hum) mother point of Heat. SI 1 dryness what point u use on thumb i confused on it
    can u help me pls


  3. Interesting information , and I have a question , its possible that due Thyroid Hipo can a woman have a miscarriage ? Thank you very much


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