Discover how blood sugar fluctuations play a crucial role in the development and management of Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. Learn about the effects of dysglycemia on cortisol levels, inflammation, and immune responses. Explore the significance of blood sugar control and its influence on Hashimoto’s symptoms and overall thyroid health.
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If you are interested in scheduling a consultation with Dr. Rutherford please visit http://PowerHealthConsult.com or call us at 775-329-4402. So today’s topic is can a concussion cause Hashimoto’s? So the answer to that is it can trigger Hashimoto’s. So Hashimoto’s is an autoimmune disease. People who are looking at this probably already know what Hashimoto’s […]
People with Hashimoto’s often experience symptoms such as fatigue, weight gain, and sensitivity to cold. They may also have difficulty losing weight, even with regular exercise and a healthy diet. This is because the thyroid gland plays a crucial role in regulating metabolism, and when it is not functioning properly, it can lead to a slowdown in the body’s ability to burn calories.
Can you have Hashimoto’s if you do not have a thyroid? Today Dr Rutherford discusses this topic.
Today we’re going to talk about Hashimoto’s and COVID. So, we’re going to take this from the perspective of what I’m observing, not from “I’m the expert of the universe”
“Can Hashimoto’s cause anxiety?” Oh, yeah. Hashimoto’s and anxiety are like this.
Does Hashimoto’s cause insomnia? Oh, yeah. We have a questionnaire that we have people fill out to 289 questions, one of the sections is on hyperthyroid symptoms.
Hashimoto’s technically is not a thyroid problem, at least not first. It is a problem of your thyroid secondarily. The initial problem is autoimmunity.