LIVER pathways become blocked with
inflammation, metals, chemicals, parasites, drugs, bisphenol A, Candida,
other types of fungus, flukes, parasites, growths, die off, etc.
then the toxins will not be able to move through the liver to get detoxified,
thus toxins will build up in the liver, in the blood, and the fatty tissues.
A back-up of toxins will cause toxins to store
themselves in fatty tissues of endocrine glands and can disturb
The liver and kidneys are
necessary for proper thyroid hormone conversion. When the liver has too
many toxins, hormone conversion is impaired.
Numerous of these toxins
are fat soluble and will go into into fatty tissues of the body where they
may remain for years, if not for a lifetime. Fatty sites are the brain
and the endocrine (hormonal) glands. The toxins
landing here may result in symptoms of hormonal imbalances, such as breast
pain, menstrual disturbances, adrenal gland exhaustion, etc.
To re-balance hormones out
of wack from toxins it may be very helpful to use detoxifiers for non flushable
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and Vitamin deficiency - Malabsorbtion. Anemia from iron deficiency
- Discomfort in warm or cold
- Trouble sleeping. Feeling tired along with insomnia. Excessive sleepiness.
- Pale or yellowish, brittle, ridged, striated, and thickened. May peel
or break easily.
- Dry, rough, flaking skin on the hands, feet, and lower legs, just above
the ankles. Elbows and knees are frequently affected. Cracked feet, lifeless
and pale skin or Moist, "shiny" skin on hands, legs, and arms, possibly
causing acne breakouts and other skin imperfections. Thickened skin.
Abundant moles and warty growths.
Gradual loss of natural gloss, becomes brittle, and progressive thinning.
Loss of the outside third of the eyebrows. Sometimes the eyebrows or eyelashes
are absent or sparse.
- Red, irritated, dry eyes are suspect. Visual disturbances and night vision
of the eyelid
- Tendency to develop
and Skeletal system - Cramps, aches and pains. Vague aches and
Shocks. Bone and joint pain. Scoliosis and general contraction of the pelvis.
Oppressive feelings and convulsive pains in the cardiac region.
Pads - Tendency to fat deposits especially around the hips and above
the (pubic bone) and “fat pads” above the collarbones (clavicles). Deep
depression of the root of the nose.
retention- Swelling of the legs and ankles. Puffiness around the eyes.
and Hearing - The ear canal may be dry, scaly, and may itch. Excess
formation of earwax.
ear infections which may contribute to hearing loss. Tinnitus (ringing
in the ears)
Gums, and TMJ Syndrome
Tongue, and Swallowing - Lump in throat. Hoarseness, Speech problems-
words may come very slowly and deliberately. The voice is monotonous and
of a leathery timbre. Problems swallowing.
Problems and Bruising - Severe bleeding from the nose, gums, teeth,
and bowels, and bruise easily
- Enlarged heart. Peripheral vascular disease, congestive heart failure,
Blood Pressure, Circulation, and Kidneys
Congestion of the liver, mild elevation of the liver’s enzymes, high cholesterol,
low (hypo) blood sugar that causes headaches, shakiness, sweating, anxiety,
panic attacks, rapid heartbeat, fatigue, and weakness.
Bladder - Gallbladder disease and gallstones. A small but significant
percentage of hypothyroid people develop pain that mimics gallbladder disease.
The pain occurs around the bottom of the right rib cage in the upper right
quadrant of the abdomen.
- Chronic respiratory and sinus infections. Difficulty breathing.
Tract and Eating Disorders - Problems associated with swallowing, the
esophagus, stomach, intestines, and absorption frequently develop. Reflux
of stomach acid and ulcers may result. Bowel problems.
Loss of sex drive, fertility problems and more.
- Nervousness and shaking, tingling, burning, or formications (a tactile
sensation similar to small insects crawling on skin). Numbness in arms
and legs. Hands tingling. Carpal tunnel syndrome has been closely associated
with hypothyroidism. The tendency to fall. Fading of the personality's
color and vivacity, general intellectual deterioration, depression with
a paranoid flavor, and eventually, if not checked, to dementia and permanent
harmful effects on the brain.
and Tension - Marked anxiety and tension, emotional liability, impatience
and irritability, distractible overactivity, exaggerated sensitivity to
noise, and fluctuating depression with sadness and problems with sleep
and the appetite. In extreme cases, they may appear schizophrenic, losing
touch with reality and becoming delirious or hallucinating. Nervousness
and irritability. Impatience. Irritability. Anxiety attacks.
Gradual decline in a person’s energy, often followed by listlessness. Progressive
loss of interest and initiative. Slowing of mental processes.
- The emotions become unbalanced, occasionally genuine psychosis develops.
The person may then become depressed or, more rarely, maniacal and have
outbreaks of passion, rage, and even fury.
Fluctuating depression with sadness or/and with a paranoid flavor. Seasonal
depression. Agoraphobia is frequently present. Neuroses of all types, personality
disorders, and other severe mental illnesses Hallucinations of smell, and
less often, sight and hearing, delusions of persecution, and clouding of
consciousness can be seen. People sometimes report being irritated by an
electric current or constant humming in the ears, or tortured by bad smells.
Sensitivity to noise.
General intellectual deterioration, forgetfulness, confusion, decreased
concentration, memory lapses and loss, inability to think clearly, poor
memory for recent events (short term memory loss). Problems performing
tasks, which were done previously without effort. Delusions, hallucinations
(both auditory and visual). In spite of pronounced signs of the condition,
many people retain their memory, judgment, and other mental faculties intact.
Can mimic mental illness.
When getting thyroid blood test it very often returns as "balanced" even
when it is imbalanced. Therefore those who strongly suspect an imbalance
it is suggested you do your research to find a doctor who can do a physical
diagnosis as well as the blood test. It is very much worth the effort.
much more information here
The Unsuspected Illness by the most thyroid literate MD Dr. Barnes
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