Hashimoto How to heal the autoimmune disorder
Hashimoto is an etiquette given to people who are showing a higher level of antibodies in the TPO and TGAB test.
Healing hashimoto is actually easier than what doctors or the big medical website state, but certainly it requires more then what they say.
There are things I which I have known years ago when I was given that label of Hashimoto.
Keep reading to learn more about Hashimoto how to heal the autoimmune disorder.
Finding the root cause of Hashimoto Autoimmune disorder
When one is treated by a conventional doctor, what is most probable is that the doctor will ask for the normal thyroid tests, which are to measure TSH, T3 and T4.
But some doctors at the beginning will lack to test the Thyroid peroxidase antibody (TPO) and Thyroglobulin autoantibodies (TGAB).
It is crucial for someone to be tested the earlier the better to know if there is an autoimmune disorder that can be related to Hashimoto, and in this way to start a better Hashimoto treatment.
But again, a conventional doctor, by only checking those lab test, it won’t really keep seeking for the root cause of the Hashimoto autoimmune disorder.
What it is important to make clear is that Hashimoto is not a thyroid disease, the problem of the autoimmune disorder comes some steps back. It could come from a leaky gut that was damaged by the use of antibiotiocs, a toxic environment, high stress levels, or some other issues.
The question to be searching for answers, is, what caused the Hashimoto autoimmune disorder that eventually developed in having different symptoms such as weight gain, high colesterol, bad sleep, feeling cold, slow heart rate, brain fog, hair loss, goiter, sore muscles and joints to name some.
The conventional medical treatment goes like this. I have X symptom, than I require X pill to solve the problem. And this is not how to heal hashimoto.
Endocrinologists are basing their treatment in just giving the levothyroxine pill in the according dosage respectively to your weight and age, and that will heal hashimoto. That is a wrong way of treatment.