Hypothyroid Issues & Symptoms
Do you lack energy? Are you gaining weight even though you are eating less and exercising more? Is your skin dry and brittle? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you could have an underproductive thyroid, known as a hypothyroid. Have you already been diagnosed and don’t want to be on medication any longer? At The Epigenetics Healing Center, we work to find out why your thyroid is not responding properly.
Symptoms of Hypothyroid
- Unexplainable weight gain
- Lack of energy
- Inability to think straight
- Brain fog
- Aches and pains
Please know that these symptoms alone do not necessarily mean you have a medical issue. However, when you have two or three or all of these symptoms, you should consider getting a professional opinion as to the cause.
Dr. Goodbinder – Thyroid Specialist in Kansas City
What do I do differently than what other doctors do for thyroid issues? I don’t treat it. I don’t treat your thyroid. What I do is develop a full Life Restoration Program for your entire body.
We create a whole program that says, this is what your diet looks like, this is the exercise program you need to do, these are your stress reduction techniques, these are supplementations you need to take. Maybe we’ll use the hyperbaric chamber. But we will do everything necessary and retest to watch how, naturally, you can make your thyroid function properly.
Again, I am not treating a disease, we are trying to optimize the functions of your body. And, more likely, over 95% at this point, people are able to get off of their thyroid medications.
Our Process for Thyroid Conditions
We perform a broad range of laboratory testing to find out the exact area of the body that is causing your dysfunction and work to get it functioning properly in order to normalize your total body system. We don’t just give you what your body is lacking or missing; we work to find out why your body is not creating on its own. We work to get your body to produce those essential compounds and proteins naturally.
Hypothyroid Success Story
We have successfully worked with many clients who no longer need their thyroid medications.
Read on to view thyroid related videos and blogs and learn more about Hypothyroidism from Dr. Goodbinder.
How to Reduce Risk of Hypothyroidism
There are steps that one can take to reduce the risk of hypothyroidism. First and foremost the most important step is to “take care of yourself” says Dr. Goodbinder. This is similar to the ways you should take care of yourself to reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke and any other medical condition. “If …read more
Low Thyroid Symptoms: Brain Fog & Forgetfulness?
Brain fog, an inability to think straight, forgetfulness, they are all symptoms of thyroid issues. Simply because the same pathway of the body that creates part of your thyroid pathway is necessary for sleep and weight cycle, as well as short-term memory. This spot in your brain is called the hippocampus and it is the …read more
Are Aches and Pains Symptoms of Low Thyroid?
Aches and pains can be a symptom of low thyroid function or poor thyroid function, simply because all over your body, in your muscles and joints, and all your cells you have thyroid receptors. But more than that, the majority of women (up to 90%) who take thyroid medication will fail to have any type …read more
Thyroid Help Success Story
“Hi, my name is Theresa, and I’ve had thyroid issues for about 15 years now ever since my son was about two. I’ve been on Levothyroxine for about 12 years. I have seen two different general doctors and endocrinologists and five different natural doctors through the course of this. Many of those doctors told me …read more
Brain Fog & Forgetfulness: Low Thyroid Symptoms
Brain fog, an inability to think straight and forgetfulness are all symptoms of thyroid issues.This is simply because the same pathway of the body that creates part of your thyroid pathway is necessary for sleep and wake cycle as well as short term memory. Thyroid Issues and The Hippocampus This spot in your brain is …read more
Are Aches and Pains Symptoms of Low Thyroid?
I struggle with aches and pains, and my medication doesn’t seem to help. Is this a symptom of low thyroid? Aches and pains can be a symptom of low thyroid function or poor thyroid function. This is because all of your body – in your muscles, your joints, and cells – have thyroid receptors. But …read more
Thyroid Help and Weight Loss Success Story
“In two months I have lost 30 pounds, and I’m heading towards what normal used to feel like for me … The best part is that I’ve gotten off of my Synthroid, which I was taking for about 8 years … “
Thyroid Success Story
“I got a reference from another doctor to see Dr. Goodbinder. I was having some thyroid issues and not feeling good, even on my synthroid, so I came to him to help fix that. I just wasn’t feeling well and also found that I had a nodule on my thyroid that was a larger size. …read more
Are moodiness & depression symptoms of low thyroid?
I’m really moody and depressed. Can this be a symptom of low thyroid? Answer: It could be. Depression, mood swings – They are some of the most common symptoms I hear when someone comes into my office with hypothyroidism or thyroid abnormalities. Why is moodiness and depression a common symptom of low thyroid? Anytime your …read more
My TSH Levels are Normal, but I Still Feel Awful
My TSH levels are normal, but I still feel awful. What’s wrong with me? So your thyroid-stimulating hormone is normal, but you still feel awful even though your doctor says, “You know you’re doing great, and we’re giving you the right medication. You’re normal, it can’t be your thyroid.” I want you to know that …read more