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5 Things To Know About Thyroid Eye Disease

Many people with Graves’ Disease have thyroid eye disease, which is also known as Graves’ ophthalmopathy or Graves’ orbitopathy. While dealing with Graves’ Disease alone can be scary, it can be even more stressful to experience eye symptoms associated with this condition, including eye swelling, pain, bulging, and double vision. I have written a few other blog posts and articles in the past on thyroid eye disease, but I figured I’d put some of the more important information in this “5 Things To Know” blog post.


Easily Answer Your Thyroid Concerns With this DIY Check

The thyroid is the most important gland in the human body. It is located in the front part of the neck and has a butterfly shape. The gland secretes hormones that are responsible for numerous processes in the body and any kind of disruption in the production of these hormones can have catastrophic consequences on our health. Problems with the thyroid may be the reason for your sudden weight gain or weight loss, which is why you should always keep it functioning properly.


Breast and Ovarian Cancers are Indications of Iodine Deficiency

Karen in IL, Spring 2009
I am still blown away with one simple thing. Out of the myriads of problems I used to have that are now gone: allergies, weak nails, sinusitis, headaches, I am blown away by the lack of the return of my heart palpitations and arrythmia.  

Understanding methylation: a critical life process for optimal health

Methylation is a critical process that happens trillions of times in every cell each minute. It is one of the most essential metabolic functions of the body and is dependent upon a variety of enzymes. Adapting to stress and the challenges of life is an aspect that methylation provides the body. Without adequate methylation processes the individual cannot adapt effectively and will suffer the delirious effects of accelerated aging.