All the information used in this tutorial, today, will be listed and linked in the description box below the tutorial. Have a look since they will contain more thorough information. Thyroid disease and brain fog awareness. You’re not alone. Hi, I’m QueenVitani. Don’t worry if you forget my name. If you have a brain fog monster like me, there’s a possibility you will. Oh, you don’t know what the brain fog monster is?.
I will tell you what the brain fog monster is! Have you ever stood in the middle of a room and forgot why you walked in there? Or been looking for your phone, while being on the phone, talking to someone? Or looking for your keys only to realise that you’ve been holding them in your hands the entire time? Yeah, most people have, that’s not very unusual. What’s unusual is when you’re waiting to cross the road for 5 minutes,.
When there are no cars to be seen. Or when you walk straight into a person who is standing still, while looking them in the eyes. Or when you are on your way to your job and have to stop to remember where you work. Or, and here’s my favourite: When you are walking up the escalator, and can’t for the life of you figure out why it’s taking so long,.
When you are walking in the opposite direction of where the escalator is going. It happens. Sometimes I wonder if there’s an invisible brain fog monster following me around, chewing on my brain! 1015% of all cells in the brain are immune cells called microglia.
Not only are you gonna sound super smart when you talk about this, you’re also gonna educate people. These cells are the powerhouse cells of your brain. BZZZZZZZZZ And unfortunately, inflammation brought on from a thyroid imbalance and? diet and lifestyle can agitate these cells and make them angry! As a result they will launch an attack on your brain.
And create the feeling of brain fog. The damage can result in things like inability to concentrate. confusion. slowed mental reactions. .what.? depression,.
Inability to connect and understand details, etc There have been times where I’ve been so confused that I just stand there starring at people, not knowing that I’m starring at them. It’s like I’m looking in to your soul.
But i’m not. I wish I could just heal those of you who are struggling with this, including myself. But to fix this, multiple things needs to be addressed. If you have 1 imbalance in your body, it’s highly likely to start a domino effect and kick something else out of balance.
Natural Remedies for Hypothyroidism and Hashimotos Disease
Hey, guys. axe here, of functional medicine and founder of draxe . today i’m going to share with you the three steps you need to follow to overcome hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s disease, and I’ll go through the top diet, supplements, as well as natural treatments to do so. So the first thing you’ve got to do, we’ve got to know what causes hypothyroidism or Hashimoto’s disease. And to be honest, 90% of hypothyroidism is an autoimmune form of.
Hashimoto’s disease. that’s where your body is autoimmune. it is attacking itself, which is causing issues with the thyroid. Hippocrates is famous for saying, All disease begins in the gut. And so I believe if you have a thyroid problem, a big part of that is starting in your gut, and it can be caused by a condition called leaky gut. So, if you’re going to fix your thyroid, you’ve first got to fix and heal leaky gut. We’re going to do that, again, with diet, supplements, and.
Then removing toxins from your body. So let me talk about diet and why this is so important. When you have leaky gut, what can happen is the holes in your intestines become larger, and particles like gluten can get through. This is why a lot of people with thyroid issues will notice, if they go on a glutenfree diet, they will notice immediate results with their thyroid. So diet wise, the first thing you’ve got to do is remove those things that are causing inflammation.
Of your gut and the things that are causing more autoimmune responses within your body. So I recommend going glutenfree and overall grain free for a period of time, for a total of 90 days, and glutenfree just long term period. But gluten is one of the biggest culprits. So again, if you’ve got hypothyroidism or Hashimoto’s disease, go glutenfree to start is so important. Also, look for other foods that can act like gluten in your body or that cause gut inflammation. Regular grains are one of them, especially if they’re not sprouted.
Or fermented, like ancient grains were. then also, just other foods. fast foods, too much sugar. Excess sugar in your diet will undoubtedly cause inflammation of the gut, which then, in turn, will cause some of those thyroid issues. The best diet to follow if you have hypothyroidism or Hashimoto’s disease is a diet that’s high in vegetables, fruits, as well as things like bone broth and organic meats. These are the things that are easiest for your body to digest. That’s what you want to focus on, is letting.
Your system rest and doing things that are easy on your gut and your entire body, if you want to heal the thyroid. So the type of diet you should be trying to follow is something very similar to what’s called the GAPS diet. Again, it’s an ancient diet that’s full of fruits, vegetables, organic meats. So doing things like bone broth soup is fantastic, as well as also eating some probiotic rich foods, like a yogurt that’s been fermented for 24 to 29 hours, as well.
As ancient, fermented dairy products like kefir. those probiotic rich foods can really help support the healing of the gut. So again, if you want to know more about a hypothyroidism diet, what I would do is recommend looking up things like the Leaky Gut Diet and GAPS diet, and those are the sort of diets you want to follow for thyroid issues. Now, the second step in helping heal and repair your thyroid is getting specific nutrients.
And supplements, and there are three main supplements you should consider taking. the first one is a supplement that has selenium. Selenium has been shown to help regulate the hormones T3 and T4 in your body. So selenium is an essential mineral for really supporting thyroid function and for balancing out thyroid hormones. So selenium is the first one you should take. The second supplement is called ashwagandha. Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb that’s.