An adult human spine typically consists of 26 moveable segments: seven cervical vertebras, twelve thoracic vertebras, five lumbar vertebras, one sacrum, and one coccyx (tailbone). Intervertebral d ...View Article
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Do You Suffer From Any Of These Symptoms?… And 80% of those are cases of hypothyroidism The AACE (American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists) estimates that about 27 million Americans suffer from thyroid dysfunctions! Thyroid medications are usually in the top 3 of all prescription medications prescribed in the country.
The thyroid gland communicates directly or indirectly with almost every other gland and organ, and is involved in regulating critical functions of the body, including:
Within the endocrine system, the thyroid communicates both “upstream” with the pituitary gland and the brain, and “downstream” with the adrenal glands, the liver, ovaries or testis, and virtually every other organ and tissue.
The idea that “my thyroid is making me fat” is faulty. The thyroid simply responds to the current conditions in the body. To understand thyroid function, it is necessary to understand the NEI System (Neuro-endocrine-immune system) and how they relate to each other. The endocrine system is a “secondary system,” meaning it is not the first system to respond to a change or threat to the body. The endocrine system responds to the two “primary systems,” the Nervous System and the Immune System. For example, if you go for a walk when it is cold outside, your nervous system identifies the cold, sends the “cold” message to the brain, and directs your thyroid to raise your metabolism and increase your body temperature.
The presence of heavy metals, nutritional deficiencies, food allergies, EMF radiation, environmental toxin exposures, and oxidative stress, and emotional states can all affect thyroid health.
To find the cause of thyroid dysfunction, it is necessary to investigate what other factors are involved, usually through Lab testing. Applied Kinesiology testing (muscle testing) by a trained practitioner may also help identify ways to strengthen your thyroid.
Dr. Jennings uses a more comprehensive lab test than is normally done, to reveal the most complete picture of your thyroid function. Only measuring TSH, T4 & T3 gives only a partial picture of what’s happening, and omits some vital information if the goal is to truly heal your body.
In addition, Dr. Jennings may also employ muscle testing to identify dietary and product changes that can facilitate healthy thyroid function.
Dr. Jennings is a recovered autoimmune thyroid patient herself. She was diagnosed with severe autoimmune hyperthyroidism (Toxic Multi-nodular Goiter) in 1998, and has lived a vibrant and healthy life without drugs or surgery since regaining her health in 1999.
Dr. Jennings has a special interest in helping patients recover from thyroid conditions. She is proof that it is possible to heal from serious thyroid and autoimmune cases!