Hyperoid: Hyperthyroidism Support Here is a Way to Support and Naturally Balance your Thyroid . Hyperthyroidism is when your thyroid gland, located at the front of your neck, produces too much thyroid hormone, causing your metabolism to speed up...
Here is a Way to Support and Naturally Balance your Thyroid.
Hyperthyroidism is when your thyroid gland, located at the front of your neck, produces too much thyroid hormone, causing your metabolism to speed up out of control. Hyperthyroidism has three forms that share several symptoms.
The most common form is Graves disease, also known as Diffuse Toxic Goitre.
Hyperthyroidism is more common in women than men and usually occurs between the ages of 20 - 40.
It often starts after times of extreme stress or during pregnancy.
Some Signs and Symptoms of Hyperthyroidism:
Shortness of breath
Shakiness and tremour
Rapid heart rate and palpitations
Goiter (swelling of the thyroid gland)
Increased appetite accompanied by weight loss
Swollen, reddened, and bulging eyes (in Graves disease)
Moist skin and increased perspiration
Possibly Changes in menstrual periods
What are the Causes for Hyperthyroidism?
Graves’ disease is caused by antibodies in the blood that stimulate the thyroid to grow and secrete too much thyroid hormone.
This type of hyperthyroidism tends to run in families, and it occurs more often in young women. Little is known about why specific individuals get this disease.
Another type of hyperthyroidism is characterized by one or more nodules or lumps in the thyroid that may gradually grow and increase their activity so that the total output of thyroid hormone into the blood is greater than normal. This condition is known as toxic nodular or multinodular goiter.
Also, people may temporarily have symptoms of hyperthyroidism if they have a condition called thyroiditis, also called Hashimoto's disease.
This condition is caused by a problem with the immune system or a viral infection that causes the gland to leak thyroid hormone.
Excessive intake of thyroid hormone:
Hyperthyroidism can also be caused by taking too much thyroid hormone.
What is the Thyroid Gland Function?
The thyroid is a 2-inch-long, butterfly-shaped gland weighing less than an ounce. Located in the front of the neck below the larynx, or voice box, it is composed of two lobes, one on each side of the windpipe.
The thyroid is one of the glands that make up the endocrine system.
The endocrine glands produce, store, and release hormones into the bloodstream that travel through the body and direct the activity of the body's cells. Thyroid hormones regulate metabolism - the way the body uses energy - and affect nearly every organ in the body.
Hyperroid is specially formulated by Chinese master herbalist with natural Chinese herbs to help treat and relieve the symptoms of hyperthyroid conditions.
It helps by reducing the amount of hormones that is produced by the thyroid gland and controlling thyroid hormone production by decreasing levels of TSH (the hormone that stimulates the thyroid gland) in the body,
which in turn will help restrain the thyroid from excess hormone production.
Additional benefits include improved overall immune system response and enhanced thyroid function.
Hyperroid possess anti-inflammatory and expectorant properties making it valuable for any swelling that is associated with heat-related conditions such as swollen lymph glands, goiter, excess hard lymph, phlegm, hypertension; and hard lymph tumor formation.
Hyperroid has been thoroughly researched and used effectively. It has been proven to help maintain thyroid function under control, and support the endocrine system.
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Clinical Studies of Hyperroid Formula (Jiakang Ning -JKN):
Clinical Study on Hyperthyroidism of Yang Hyperactivity Type due to Yin Deficiency Treated by Jiakang Ning Capsule
Lin Lan, Li Mingdi, Liu Ximing, et al, Guang'anmen Hospital, China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing (100053)
To investigate the effect of Jiakang Ning (JKN) capsule on hyperthyroidism.
Eighty five cases of hyperthyroidism were divided into:
JKN group (24 cases),
JKN with low dose Tapazol group (35 cases) and
Tapazol control group (26 cases) at random.
The effects were evaluated by total effective rate, using principal symptoms, body weight, EKG, thyroid hormone and atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP) after 6 months.
The total effective rates of the three groups were 83.8%, 97.1%, 88.5% respectively, and there were insignificant difference among them statistically (P0 05).
The first two groups had better effect in principal symptoms than Tapazol control group (P0 05).
There were similar results in adjusting thyroid dysfunction and abnormal EKG, decreasing ANP and increasing body weight among those three groups (P0 05).
Conclusion: The effect on hyperthyroidism treatment by JKN capsule was satisfactory.
Control your Hyperthyroidism the Natural Way!!