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Migraines? PMS? Anxiety? You can fix them.

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Migraines, PMS and anxiety share a common link. All three of these conditions are more common in women with low thyroid function. These conditions often resolve when body temperature is normalized and proper metabolism is restored.

The purpose of the thyroid system is to set the metabolic rate or body temperature. New research shows that even a slightly underactive thyroid gland, or low metabolic rate, causes endothelial dysfunction. That is, it interferes with the function of cells lining blood vessels. These cells respond to hormonal cues that help blood vessels relax and contract; therefore, they are

The intricate web of the endocrine system

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You’ve heard about this domino effect before. Chronic stress and ensuing adrenal dysfunction can adversely affect thyroid function, leading to fatigue (especially in the morning), disrupted sleep, body aches, low blood pressure, light-headedness, salt and sugar cravings and brain fog.

But did you know that the reverse is also true? Low thyroid hormone activity can lead to adrenal gland dysfunction. In fact, all parts of the endocrine system are interrelated and impact each other. It’s best known as the “HPA” axis- the intricate web of the endocrine glands- the Hypothalamus, Pituitary and Adrenal glands.

“Experimentally induced hypothyroidism is associated with