Ayurveda for thyroid

Hypothyroidism – Ayurvedic Remedies For It!

By Dr Ashwini Vivek Mulye , Ayurveda Hypothyroidism is the most common thyroid disorder occurring when the thyroid becomes damaged or inflamed, making it unable to produce enough of the hormone thyroxine. Hypothyroidism is more common in the elderly and mostly common in women than men. The chances of developing…

Thyroid Problems – Homeopathic Treatment For It!

By Dr. Princy Khandelwal, Homeopathy The thyroid gland is one of the most important ductless glands of the body which is responsible for secretion of hormones which in turn regulates some of the more important functions of the various internal organs. What do thyroid glands regulate? Some of the functions carried…

Homeopathy Treatment for Thyroid!!

By Dr. Shamim Khan, Homeopathy Thyroid diseases pertain to diseases of the thyroid gland, which are sizeable, ductless glands present at the back of the neck. These glands secrete hormones which regulate the rate of metabolism, thus subsequently affecting the rate of growth and development in a person. The prevalence of thyroid…

Thyroid And Its Homeopathic Treatment

By Dr. Imtiyaz Jaliwala, Homeopathy Thyroid is one of the body’s most important glands. Thyroid dysfunction is one of the most common clinical conditions seen frequently. Thyroid function influences energy formation, circulation, immune function, the metabolism of all the organs, blood sugar regulation, emotional stability, and hormonal balance. Thyroid is a…

Thyroidism and its Homeopathic Treatment

By Dr. Archana Agarwal, Homeopathy Thyroid diseases pertain to diseases of the thyroid gland, which are sizeable, ductless glands present at the back of the neck. These glands secrete hormones which regulate the rate of metabolism, thus subsequently affecting the rate of growth and development in a person. The prevalence of thyroid diseases…

Ayurveda for Hypothyroidism

By Dr Sushant Nagarekar , Ayurveda Hypothyroidism is the most common thyroid disorder occurring when the thyroid becomes damaged or inflamed, making it unable to produce enough of the hormone thyroxine. Hypothyroidism is more common in the elderly and mostly common in women than men. The chances of developing hypothyroidism increases as…