Poor Brain Function: One of the Most Common Causes of Persistent Thyroid Symptoms in Hashimoto’s

How brain health determines the progression of your Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism Hashimoto’s is more than an autoimmune disease that affects the thyroid. It creates inflammation that impacts the entire body, but especially the brain, the tissue most sensitive to inflammation. The autoimmunity of Hashimoto’s keeps the brain in a constant state of inflammation that impairs brain…

Dr. Kharrazian Interviews

Share11TweetPin5Share Dr. Datis Kharrazian interview with Ultimate Health Podcast (267) Discussions include: The impact of stress on your brain, chronic elevated cortisol is associated with dementia, exercise improves circulation and brain function, supplements that help boost circulation, elevated insulin levels cause brain inflammation, what is an insulin surge, gluten and brain inflammation, what leads to gluten ataxia, and more.…

Resources

This page shows some resources we have discovered that will help you on your journey to more healthful eating and better brain health. The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook from Mickey Trescott and Angie Alt is a comprehensive guide to living with autoimmune disease. The authors discuss seven steps to managing autoimmunity: inform,…

When Hashimoto’s is misdiagnosed as bipolar disorder

After a bipolar diagnosis, this patient was prescribed eight different psychotropic medications and received a dozen electroconvulsive treatments. After six months of support for Hashimoto’s, her symptoms resolved and she is now drug-free, with the exception of thyroid hormone medication. Was her bipolar disorder simply misdiagnosed Hashimoto’s? I receive many amazing stories from people around…

Changing your diet is the first step in addressing Hashimoto’s

When it comes to addressing hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s, certain nutritional and herbal compounds are invaluable. All the supplements in the world, however, will fall short if you fail to make the necessary dietary changes to support your condition. Americans are infatuated with pills, thanks to decades of conditioning from the pharmaceutical industry. It doesn’t matter…