Hypothyroidism is a condition that affects 1 in 10 men and 1 in 5 women. It can lead to a range of symptoms, including fatigue, weight gain, depression, and constipation. Conventional medicine typically treats hypothyroidism with synthetic thyroid hormone replacement medication. However, from a naturopathic perspective, there are several ways to cure hypothyroidism naturally. In this blog post, we will explore some of the most effective ways to cure hypothyroidism from a naturopathic perspective. 1. Address Nutritional Deficiencies – Nutritional deficiencies are a common cause of hypothyroidism, and addressing them can improve thyroid function. Nutrients like iodine, selenium, zinc, and iron are essential for thyroid function, so it’s essential to include foods that are rich in these nutrients in your diet. Foods like seafood, seaweed, eggs, nuts, and legumes are all good sources of these nutrients. 2. Incorporate Anti-Inflammatory Foods – Inflammation can interfere with thyroid function, so incorporating anti-inflammatory foods in your diet can be beneficial. Foods like fatty fish, turmeric, ginger, and leafy green vegetables are all anti-inflammatory and can help improve thyroid function. 3. Manage Stress – Stress can be a contributing factor to hypothyroidism, so managing stress is crucial in treating the condition. Stress-reducing techniques like meditation, yoga, or deep breathing can help reduce stress levels and support thyroid function. 4. Incorporate Adaptogenic Herbs – Adaptogenic herbs are known for their ability to support the body’s stress response and improve thyroid function. Herbs like ashwagandha, rhodiola, and holy basil can all help improve thyroid function and reduce symptoms of hypothyroidism. 5. Get Enough Sleep – Sleep is crucial for overall health, and getting enough sleep can improve thyroid function. Aim for 7-8 hours of sleep each night, and make sure you’re creating a sleep-conducive environment by avoiding electronics before bed and keeping your bedroom dark and quiet. 6. Consider Supplements – Supplements can be helpful in treating hypothyroidism naturally. Nutrients like iodine, selenium, zinc, and iron can all be taken in supplement form, but it’s essential to work with a naturopathic doctor to ensure you’re taking the right dosage and that the supplements won’t interfere with any medication you’re taking. Hypothyroidism can be treated naturally from a naturopathic perspective by addressing nutritional deficiencies, incorporating anti-inflammatory foods, managing stress, incorporating adaptogenic herbs, getting enough sleep, and considering supplements. It’s essential to work with your naturopathic doctor to create a treatment plan tailored to your specific needs to ensure the most effective and safe treatment.
Bringing the family back to the table, Sakinah is Naturopathic Doctor, Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and Wellness Advocate, Army Veteran, Best Selling Author, Keynote Speaker, and Home Grown Chef. After the untimely death of her husband and business partner and autoimmune complications suffered by her daughter, Sakinah realized life was no longer business as usual. She made the collective decision to redefine how she and her family approached health and healthcare.   She has a passion for helping families come back to the table by restoring healthy relationships with food, others, and self. Sakinah believes when women, the cornerstone of the family, learn to restore healthy relationships with food, others, and themselves. It creates a ripple effect for the entire family and generations to come. Check out the Sugar Detox With Sakinah B. Join the 90 Day Reset Like Sakinah on Facebook  Follow Sakinah on Instagram  Learn more about the iHeal Community  Join the Email Community