Because this has become such a hot topic among many of my friends and family members, I felt I needed to share it with you too.
Thyroid problems are currently the MOST common and MOST misdiagnosed autoimmune issues.
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Symptoms for a hypothyroid:
- Increased sensitivity to cold
- Dry skin
- Weight gain
- Puffy face
- Muscle weakness
- Elevated blood cholesterol level
- Muscle aches, tenderness and stiffness
- Pain, stiffness or swelling in your joints
- Heavier than normal or irregular menstrual periods
- Thinning hair
- Slowed heart rate
- Impaired memory
- Enlarged thyroid gland (goiter)
But it isn’t just a woman problem… or a man problem. It can also affect babies.
- Yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes (jaundice). In most cases, this occurs when a baby’s liver can’t metabolize a substance called bilirubin, which normally forms when the body recycles old or damaged red blood cells.
- A large, protruding tongue.
- Difficulty breathing.
- Hoarse crying.
- An umbilical hernia.
- Poor muscle tone
- Excessive sleepiness
Your fatigue and brain fog… they aren’t just in your head…
It isn’t in your head. You’re not crazy. And it isn’t simply a just symptom of “aging,” even if your blood tests are showing “normal” results. Even if you “don’t look sick“
Conventional medicine STILL isn’t getting it right, most often giving the quick, easy and “convenient” diagnosis.
The host of The Thyroid Reset Summit, Dr. Justin Marchegiani, works with patients all over the world who are challenged by underlying thyroid issues. He created this health event to teach you to examine your health from all angles — not just the convenient ones — and find answers to continue your healing journey.
What you’ll learn in this summit:
In this event, you’ll learn all about assessing the health of your adrenals, hormones, gut health, liver and the presence of infections — many of these are commonly overlooked, but incredibly important — because they’re linked to nutrient absorption, immune strength and thyroid conversion/activation.
Whether you are diagnosed or not… if you continue to experience the following issues, you need to see the info in the summit.
● Difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness and lack of focus
● Fatigue and sleeping challenges
● Unexplained weight changes
● Sensitivity to temperature
● Gastrointestinal symptoms (like IBS)
● Depression, anxiety and other mood disorders
● Hair, skin, nail and eye problems
● Menstrual irregularities and/or fertility issues
Me personally… I have had a health history that included every single item on this list.
Everyone told me it “normal”… knowing what I know now, I find that to be tragic.
Remember: just because it is “normal” does not mean it is ok.
It is absolutely ok to have a problem with not living to your fullest because of fatigue, moodiness, weight issues, sleep issues, intolerance to temperature changes, brittle nails, hair loss, or fertility issues.
This doesn’t make you “crazy”… it means you care enough about yourself to be ready to step up and make some changes so you can take your life back.
I truly hope the information in this summit helps you as much as it has helped me! The information presented truly could be life-saving or life-changing.
Thank you for reading!
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