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Hyperthyroidism - cause and therapy

Hyperthyroidism – cause and therapy

Topic overview

  1. Hyperthyroidism – Symptoms
  2. Hyperthyroidism – Cause
  3. Hyperthyroidism – Therapy

3.1. Proper time and stress management

3.2. Eliminate iodine with iodine

3.3. Reduce electrosmog

3.4. Sufficient sleep

1. Hyperthyroidism – symptoms

In hyperthyroidism, too many thyroid hormones are produced by the body.

Symptoms are:

  • High blood pressure
  • Cardiac arrhythmia
  • inner restlessness
  • Sleep disorders
  • partly also with underweight, despite sufficient food intake

2. Hyperthyroidism – causes

1. Continuous stress

Of course, one or two stressful moments do not make a hyperthyroidism.

However, the constant time pressure, pressure to perform, multitasking and this fast-paced world drive our thyroid gland into complete overload, especially in industrialized countries.

2. Synthetic iodine

If one does not want to speak of a lie, then it is at least one of the biggest mistakes in medical history. It is the official claim of iodine deficiency and the synthetic iodization of fields, salt and food.

Iodine occurs naturally in higher amounts in fish and algae. Natural iodine is essential for the production of thyroid hormones. A deficiency can undoubtedly lead to hypothyroidism lead

Synthetically supplied iodine from industry, as an isolate, however, is a major threat to our health. It can only be insufficiently utilized by the thyroid gland.

In the process, it is stored in the thyroid gland in abnormal amounts and may even reduce the absorption of natural iodine.

This can lead to cold and warm nodules in the thyroid gland at the same time, hyperthyroidism and also the autoimmune diseases Hashimoto’s and Graves’ disease.

3. Electrosmog

In everyday life and partly also at night we are exposed to much too strong unidirectional electromagnetic fields.

Unfortunately, this invisible danger is completely unknown to most people.

However, electrosmog actually puts the thyroid gland under constant stress. As a result, the latter cannot even recover from persistent time and deadline pressures at night.

4. Lack of sleep

We sleep less and less. Besides a faster-paced work life, it’s the entertainment industry that’s robbing us of sleep.

A deliberate reduction in sleep time and increasing screen time before bed, do not even allow our thyroid to rest at night.

5. Light pollution

The thyroid gland is in close interaction with the pineal gland. This regulates the day-night rhythm and produces the sleep hormone melatonin.

Illuminated advertising boards, computer screens, smartphones or white light in our own homes do not allow our pineal gland to rest and consequently also lead to an overproduction of thyroid hormones.

6. Caffeine, nicotine and taurine

Caffeine is absolutely acceptable and even healthy in moderation. However, many people have long since stopped drinking it in moderation.

Especially for young people under 16 years of age, cafe and cola should be avoided. The reality is usually different. But it gets worse.

Energy drinks with the stimulant taurine are often used by young people to play PC games longer at night.

The nicotine in cigarettes also cranks up thyroid production to an unnatural degree.

3. Hyperthyroidism – therapy

1. Proper time and stress management

Avoiding stress is easier said than done. This requires the right time and stress management.

Multitasking, for example, is a great skill, but unfortunately not very effective. It’s better to keep your focus on one or a few things.

Doing too many things at once leads to not doing anything right and not getting anywhere with anything. You put your thyroid unnecessarily in constant stress and multitasking has absolutely no success.

You shouldn’t get distracted so quickly. If you think of other things while working on the computer, you should write them down for later or just open them briefly in a new tab. After that, however, the focus immediately goes back to the current work.

Set up cell phone-free times if necessary. Answer your mails only once a day, but all with once.

A big step forward can also be to reduce the time spent on entertainment by half an hour every day and instead schedule a little larger time slots for the really important tasks of everyday life.

2. Discharge synthetic iodine with iodine.

Leaching iodine with iodine probably sounds like a bad joke.

Probably the most important measure of all, for hyperthyroidism, is to eliminate synthetic iodine from the daily diet.

It is found in large quantities in iodine fluoride salt from the supermarket, convenience foods and industrial baked goods.

Instead, one should take in sufficient amounts of bioavailable iodine from natural rock salt, wild-caught fish, algae and organically grown vegetables.

Consequently, synthetic iodine is degraded, natural iodine is stored and harmonious thyroid function is restored.

3. Reduce electrosmog

To reduce electrosmog 100 % is hardly possible in industrialized countries. But there are many things you can do to reduce electrosmog.

  • Turn off WLAN router at night
  • Put smartphone in flight mode at night or do not take it into the bedroom.
  • Remove old DECT phones and replace them with Eco Mode DECT phones
  • Sufficient distance to WLAN router and base stations in everyday life.
  • Electrosmog harmonization with the Hamoni
4. Sufficient sleep

Adequate sleep is essential for the health of our thyroid gland. But not only the duration of sleep is crucial, but also how to sleep properly and healthily. You can find detailed information on this in the “Healthy sleep”.

5. Avoid white light

Avoiding white light 100% is just as illusory as avoiding electrosmog 100%. But you can do a lot.

The smartphone, tablets and computers should not be used one hour before going to bed. This allows the pineal gland to start producing sufficient melatonin and induce healthy sleep.

Good alternatives are reading, game nights or already mentally planning the next day.

Any kind of white light sources in the house should be replaced with yellow light.

6. Reduce caffeine and nicotine

One to two cups of coffee a day are absolutely appropriate, also in the form of an espresso or as a good alternative the black tea.

Any consumption beyond this should be slowly reduced to this daily dose.

Coke, on the other hand, is a stimulant that should not be enjoyed more often than once a month. Energy drinks should also be avoided completely.

Furthermore, in hyperthyroidism, cigarette consumption should be slowly reduced, and passive smoking should be stopped immediately.

Caffeine, nicotine and taurine for children under 16 years of age should be avoided completely.

4. Conclusion

Hyperthyroidism is a clinical picture for which medicine still does not know a sensible solution.

The reason is that industry has absolutely no interest in researching environmental factors. Connections between diseases and environmental influences are tried to be denied as long as possible.

There is no money to be made by changing the influencing and environmental factors in the patient. In the long term, it will lead to massive revenue losses in the pharmaceutical and hospital industries.

Therefore, the thyroid gland is profitably destroyed or surgically removed with drugs and radioiodine therapy. Subsequently, even more money can be made by permanently treating the resulting hypothyroidism with medication.

A significant improvement of the symptoms usually occurs after a very short time with the therapy concept listed here. However, completely and permanently reversing hyperthyroidism takes at least six months to a year.