If you suffer from Hypothyroidism, an underactive thyroid hormone or diabetes, you know how specific these conditions are and also how many various treatments exist in the health care field to treat them. It can be confusing as well as frustrating when combating these conditions with a doctor that doesn’t specialize in them. After all, the general practitioner that is listed first on your insurance list also treats colds, sinus infections and other general illnesses too. They are not a specialist in your condition.
The tendency of most doctors after reading your A1C Test and determining that you have diabetes is to put you on some sort of oral medication to treat the symptoms. Likewise is the case when you are diagnosed with thyroid disease. But you, the patient, need to remember that you are the one in charge of your own health care. There are other doctors on your insurance plan that believe in treating the whole person, the disease and not just the symptoms of the problem.
Yes, you can take pills that will help lower your blood sugar to acceptable levels, but that is not going to get rid of the problem for good. As soon as you stop taking the pills or your body develops a resistance to them, your blood sugars are going to start going up. If you had only treated the problem as a whole in the beginning, this wouldn’t even be an issue.
If you’re ready to toss the pills and the insulin needles away for good and talk with a professional who specializes in the disease, the time is now to act. In your area is a doctor that can help you lose the weight you need to lose without hours at the gym. They can help you regain the energy you had years ago so that you no longer feel the need to live a sedentary lifestyle.
Beat thyroid disease and end your frustration with hair loss and fuzzy thinking. By partnering up with a professional who will work with you as an individual and not just a number, you will gain control of your health back and become the well person you were meant to be.
So, if you or someone you know has been suffering from either thyroid dysfunction or diabetes, maybe you should think outside the box and see a chiropractor. What?? What can a chiropractor do? A chiropractor can treat your problem and not your symptoms. Chiropractors do not follow the typical ‘standard of care’ and are allowed to treat you in ways other doctors hindered by a generic ‘standard of care’ guidelines cannot or will not.