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In response to Marlene’s post: If you really have thyroid disease (Hashimoto’s) there is no vitamin supplement or diet that is going to effectively treat or reverse this condition, although there are supplement that may help to support thyroid function. Hashimoto’s is a progressive autoimmune disorder and it can cause wild fluctuations, causing you to swing from hyper to hypo until it finally just goes into a steady decline in hormone output. There are negative health risks when you let this go on too long without proper treatment. You must have prescription medication, whether it’s a “natural” thyroid drug such as Armour, compounded dessicated thyroid, or a synthetic hormone such as Synthroid (levothyroxine) and/or Cytomel (liothyronine.)
I am very athletic and helath concious and have been for most of my life. I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s a few years ago and now that I’m being properly medicated (I take a combo of Synthroid and Cytomel) I look and feel better than I have in years! My athletic performance has increased, my hair is healthier, my skin is healthier, I never get sick anymore, I think more clearly, I’m happier, I have normal periods and I am no longer hanging onto an extra 5-10 lbs that wouldn’t go away no matter how hard I worked or how clean my diet was.
I hope you are in good health. I am glad to have this information. I have pain in lower back section, from last three months. i used to do exercise in my daily routine but one-day i wake up in the morning and i feel a swear pain in may lower back. but after few days it become less. Now the main problem is when i am trying to bend my back their is always some sort of pain in the lower section and sometimes a current develop in my spine. Means to say if i bend my back on a specific angle their is always a current develop in my spine and my pain starts, writ between from my hips where my spine end. Please suggest me some exercises. Thank you.