I share how thyroid hormones can affect muscle tissue, why muscles and strength matter when it comes to Hashimoto's, and why focusing on the muscle tissue can be one step in the right direction of putting your Hashimoto's into remission.
Many Hashimoto patients struggle with joint pain and back pain. The pain makes it difficult to think clearly, sleep well, and enjoy their lives to the fullest, which in turn makes it harder to manage Hashimoto’s well. Luckily there is a solution.
Once you understand the reasons for back pain in Hashimoto’s, you can eliminate the primary contributors and start living your life more vibrantly.
Hashimoto's and hypothyroidism often come with depression. Here's how to manage both into remission naturally with diet, exercise, and more.
On Levothyroxine for Hashimoto’s but still have brain fog? Here’s why and what to do to improve your memory, attention, and overall mental clarity.
Table of Contents How does sleep disruption affect metabolism and autoimmunity? The links between Hashimoto’s and sleep problems How to optimize your sleep and overcome sleep problems with Hashimoto’s Conclusion Sleep problems and Hashimoto’s go hand in hand. It’s frustrating enough that Hashimoto’s and disrupted sleep worsen each other. Yet, you could feel like you can never get enough sleep...
Normal thyroid levels but still have hypothyroid symptoms and can’t lose weight? You're not crazy or lazy! Read this article to see why.
If you're looking for a summer read and a step-by-step guide on how to put your Hashimoto's into remission, lose weight, and boost your energy check out these 3 book recommendations by Emily Kiberd DC.
Hashimoto’s flare-ups can be awful. This article covers what causes it, and how to deal with it, and how to put Hashimoto’s into remission.
What are thyroid antibodies and how to lower them? Do the antibodies indicate Hashimoto’s disease and whether you have it under control?