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In our office, hypothyroid and hyperthyroid problems are helped immensely by balancing the body with respect to the thyroid gland, the thyroid hormones and desensitization to the endocrine disruptors. Issues with the other glands can be helped similarly.
Endocrine disruptors affect the hypothalamus, pineal gland, pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, thymus, adrenal glands, and prostate glands.
An endocrine disruptor stimulates or inhibits the endocrine system, which results in increased or decreased amounts of hormone being produced. In some cases, even very small amounts of a disruptor may have a detectable effect.
They disrupt the normal function of endocrine systems in three different ways:
Substances that have been reported as potential endocrine disruptors include:
If you suffer from an over or under active thyroid we recommend you give these treatments a try!
[Reference: Environment Canada "Endocrine Disrupting Substances in the Environment", 1999]