Millions Of Americans Have Thyroid Issues. Are You One Of Them?
Symptoms resulting from a thyroid disorder are very common. Here’s how to tell. Are you:
- Unable to lose weight, even with diet and exercise
- Always tired or fatigued
- Needing an excessive amount of sleep to function
- Having memory issues or a “foggy brain”
- Experiencing frequent depression
- Noticing hair loss or thinning of the hair
- Experiencing constipation or bowel problems
“… I knew something was wrong by now, but what was it? I had been on thyroid pills for 35 years. My daughter saw Dr Lanzisera on TV. She called me immediately and told me there was a doctor there who was talking about my exact symptoms.
… I have traveled to Tampa from Orlando every week, to receive Dr. Lanzisera’s therapy. The outcome is that I have lost 35 pounds, I’m sleeping well and the fatigue is gone. Of course this is all made possible by Dr. Lanzisera.”
May 21, 2017
Dr. Lanzisera on NBC's DayTime with host, Cyndi Edwards
Both men and women can have other conditions that can be related to thyroid disorders. Thyroid problems often involve multiple systems in the body and can produce a variety of symptoms. The most common systems are the nervous system, digestive system, immune system, other endocrine system organs, and the circulatory system.
- Adrenal Fatigue
- Autoimmune Disease – Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis
- Autoimmune Disease – Graves’ Disease
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome – IBS
- Knee Pain
- Leaky Gut Syndrome
- Lower Back Pain
- Migraines and Chronic Headaches
- Neck Pain
- Peripheral Neuropathy
- Vertigo/Balance Problems
If you suffer with:
- Hashimoto’s thyroiditis
- Hyperactive thyroid
- Low Energy
- Weight Concerns
- Digestive Issues
If you take thyroid medication yet still experience symptoms or your lab tests are “normal” and you still have symptoms …
Dr. Lanzisera DC, D.NMSc.*, Author of “What’s Wrong with My Thyroid?” and frequent NBC guest doctor, hosts this popular and highly informative seminar.
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What To Do If You Have Thyroid-Related Symptoms but Your Blood Tests are Normal
Often patients, both males and females, are told that since their blood tests fall in the normal range they don’t have a thyroid problem. Yet, their thyroid related symptoms persist and grow worse. Usually a TSH test is ordered with or without T3 and T4. If a thyroid disorder is suspected then lab tests need to be performed that can fully evaluate why the patient is experiencing these symptoms. Not only do we order the appropriate tests, we also consider their functional ranges, not just whether the lab values fall into the normal or abnormal range.
It is not unusual for a patient on thyroid hormone replacements such as Synthroid (levothyroxine sodium) or Armour to continue experiencing symptoms. They can’t lose weight no matter how much they exercise or how little they eat. It’s very difficult to stay motivated when you are just so tired. This problem can call for a different approach even while remaining on your prescribed medication.
Excerpt from Dr. Lanzisera’s Thyroid Report, “THYROID DISORDERS EXPLAINED, Why Do I Still have Symptoms?”
First, let’s learn more about how the thyroid works…
In healthy people, the thyroid makes just the right amounts of two hormones, T3 and T4. These hormones have important actions throughout the body. Most importantly, they regulate many aspects of our metabolism, affecting how many calories we burn, how warm we feel, how much we weigh…and our general well-being.
New Hypothyroidism & Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis Symptoms
Some symptoms of hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis can be overlooked. Weight gain and fatigue usually take center stage while symptoms of brain fog are considered secondary. What is brain fog? – This is when you experience memory loss, can’t think clearly, have trouble thinking of the right words to say, and find it hard to concentrate.
Excerpt from Drs. Frank and Lisa Lanzisera’s newest book “What’s Wrong With My Thyroid? :
Patients usually say their brain fog is one of the most annoying symptoms they have to deal with on a daily basis. It can be embarrassing in their professional world and disturbing if family and friends treat them as if they are “losing it”. The good news is that brain fog is usually one of the first symptoms to improve once treatment begins.
Important Information About Thyroid Disorders
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