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Hypothyroid & Wilson’s Disease
Date: 2/25/2003 1:56:54 PM ( 10 year ago )
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For an indication of your thyroid function measure your temperature before getting up in the morning. Measure it in the armpit or under the tongue for 3 consecutive mornings. Women before menopause measure in the first half of the cycle before ovulation and best in the first week after the start of a new period. The temperature should be 36.5 degrees C or higher, otherwise the thyroid is likely to be under-active. However, be sure that you do not have a raised temperature due to a healing reaction or an infection.
If the thyroid is under-active, try the following measures. Take a supplement of the amino acid tyrosine (except when already taking D.L.P.A. or D,L-phenylalanine for pain) three times daily before meals. Best take it together with kelp or seaweed (half a teaspoon of powder or tablets) as a source of Iodine (but do not use kelp if you are on a course of Lugol's solution). A prolonged high intake of iodine (e.g. Lugol’s solution and saturated solution of potassium Iodide or SSKI) can suppress thyroid functions, which you can monitor with your morning temperature.
Also helpful are freeze-dried thyroid, chelated manganese (e.g. containing 20 mg of elemental manganese per day) and vitamin B6 (5 to 50 mg daily). Selenium is needed to activate the thyroid hormone. Unfortunately high dose supplements of vitamin A and even very high intake of beta-carotene from vegetable juices can slow down thyroid activity, although you may be able to overcome this with the suggested supplementation. Experiment and compare your morning temperature under different conditions.
However, the most helpful remedy for stimulating and normalising thyroid functions appears to be Maca, a Peruvian tuberous root, similar to Wild Yam but more effective. For sources in Australia see the Resources page, otherwise check the Internet.
Other useful measures are pressing the thyroid foot reflexes (see Reflexology), using the magnetic pulser on the thyroid gland and sanitising your teeth. Also singing is good, as well as visualisation exercises and deliberately feeling enthusiastic about something. Another possibility is taping the north pole of a small magnet over the thyroid gland. Best use a small neodymium button magnet. Tape it either at the middle of the throat close to the collarbones or, better still, place it slightly to the side, but it needs to be the correct side. For details see the article on Magnet Therapy.
The main causes of thyroid problems, except for iodine deficiency, are dead teeth (e.g. root-canal fillings), jawbone infections and mercury from Amalgam fillings; these may also cause overactive or toxic thyroid conditions. With autoimmune disease of the thyroid see Autoimmune Diseases.
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