Homeopathic Approach to Thyroid Problems

By  ,  Onlymyhealth editorial team
Feb 04, 2013

The homeopathic remedies are very effective for treatment of patients suffering from thyroid symptoms. As the homeopathic remedies are prepared from a wide range of natural substances (such as the vegetables, herbs, minerals, chemicals and animal products) they have minimal side effects.

 

Conventional treatment of thyroid dysfunction includes drugs and surgery. But homeopathic treatment aims to correct the function of the thyroid gland through natural means and stimulating your body’s own healing. According to homeopathy any illness is caused due to disharmony within your body. And the symptoms are just an expression of this disturbance.

 

Hence the imbalance needs to be treated rather than the symptoms of the disease. There is no single drug or single remedy for all the patients with hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism. Your homeopathic physician will evaluate you and then select the remedy based on all your symptoms (physical, mental and emotional states, and your history). As these remedies stimulate your body's own immune system they provide a lasting cure rather than giving temporary relief.

 

Some commonly used homeopathic remedies for curing thyroid problems include:

  • Iodum
  • Lachesis
  • Nat Mur
  • Sponia Tosta
  • Take Vitamins and supplements as recommended by your homeopath physician.
  • Avoid foods that may trigger the thyroid problems.

Homeopathic remedies are more effective for curing thyroid problems if started in early stages of the disease.

 

 

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