We are not talking about a normal fatigue after a strenuous physical exercise, hectic day or after a late night. This fatigue is a debilitating one. You may require a nap in the afternoon just to survive until dinner time. Or you sleep for 10-12hours but still wake up exhausted. You are less able to exercise, and your endurance is low because of lethargy or weakness. You may just walk around tired and brain fogged out on the same amount of sleep that used to leave you feeling refreshed.
There are a number of important things to know about the connections between fatigue and thyroid conditions, and one of the most important thing is to know about improving your energy and fighting fatigue are explored here.
Hypothyroid occurs when the thyroid gland fails to produce enough thyroid hormones. Hypothyroid is more common in women than men and the incidences increases with age.
Unexplained weight gain, constipation, Sluggishness, Fatigue; Lack of Energy, Dry skin, Depression, Increased sensitivity to cold, Impaired memory, hair thinning, Muscle aches and pains, Heavier than normal or irregular menstrual periods, slower heart rate are common symptoms of Hypothyroid.
A routine blood test for thyroid hormones would confirm the diagnosis.
Healing with Homoeopathy
Homoeopathy helps to produce thyroid hormone naturally by stimulating the immune system and helps in better functioning of the thyroid gland.
Homoeopathic remedies work by stimulating the body’s own healing capacity by encouraging the body to reactivate hormone secretions.
Homeopathy is free from any side-effects.
Homoeopathic medicines help to reduce stress if any and rebuild self-confidence because it deals with the patient as a person and not only the disease.
Conventional medicines could lead to more exhaustion or tiredness which is a minor side-effect seen with these medicines but with homoeopathy there is no such side-effect.
Homoeopathy improves the body’s immunity which in turn helps to keep the thyroid gland functions normal.
Homoeopathic medicines are not addictive and do not damage any other organs of the body unlike conventional medicines.
Self Care Tips
You are what you eat. Include black dates, black raisins, nuts, beans, green leafy vegetables, soya, eggs, lean meats, carrots, all fruits in your diet to get adequate nutrition.
A healthy diet also helps to reduce stress. So eat colorful vegetables and fruits. Drink adequate water.
Seek help of a professional to help you deal more positively with you stress.
Try some de-stressing techniques. Go for a walk, try deep breathing, yoga, meditation, put on some soothing music as it slows heart rate, lowers blood pressure and even decreases levels of stress hormones.
Get yourself tested for Iron, Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D3. If you are found to be deficient on any ask your doctor and take necessary supplements.