Hashimoto’s is a largely an under diagnosed condition affecting more women then men. 

It can leave you feeling not like yourself.  You may notice weight gain, mood swings, hair loss, dry skin, constipation, menstrual irregularity, fluid retention, significant fatigue and more.  Many who suffer from this autoimmune condition are frustrated as they don’t feel they are getting the answers they need to not only diagnose this condition, by also to treat Hashimoto’s and Hypothyroidism.

If you suspect you have Hashimoto’s, be sure to watch my video, “Hashimoto’s-What Causes It and How to Test for It.  This is a great place to start to learn about some of the presenting features, which often can start out vague and build over time.  I also share with you what tests you want to ask for to help get a firm diagnosis as well.  Then once you have finished watching that video, then next step is to take a further look at symptoms that can be associated with Hashimoto’s and Hypothyroidism in my video, “Hypothyroid Symptoms-What You Need to Know”.

So what is the next step after you have been diagnosed with Hashimoto’s or Hypothyroidism? 

What are your treatment options?  Who can you turn to for help if you are not getting answers?  As a functional nurse practitioner, I have helped many women suffering from the affects of this condition.  If you feel you are not getting the answers or the help you need, schedule a consultation with me.  Let me help you get to the root cause of your hormone imbalance. Click here to learn more!

Lastly, as I shared with you in previous videos, the root causes that contribute to the development of Hashimoto’s are multi-faceted as is the testing.  So be sure to watch those videos.  In this final video in this 3-part series, I discuss what you need to know about treating Hashimoto’s.  As a functional medicine nurse practitioner I will help you identify contributing factors, not just hand you a pill.  Some of the factors that may contribute to this condition are:  stress, diet, environmental toxins, food intolerances, infections, gut dysbiosis, hormone imbalances and more.  As you can see it is a complex web that has to be unraveled for many when you don’t feel you are feeling like you should.

Be sure to watch my last video on Hashimoto’s treatment…..What you need to know below.  Then if you would like to work with me further, click here.


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