Articles, Journals and Studies

 

The role of thyroid hormones in depression – Carsten Kirkegaard and Jens Faber Department of Internal Medicine F, Hillerød Sygehus, and Department of Endocrinology E, Frederiksberg Hospital, Denmark (Correspondence should be addressed to C Kirkegaard, Department of Internal Medicine F, Hillerød Sygehus, DK-3400 Hillerød, Denmark)

“During the last 30 years a huge number of scientific articles have appeared on the subject of relationships between psychiatric disease and thyroid hormones. These studies have demonstrated the presence of numerous changes in the hypothalamo–pituitary– thyroid (HPT) axis, mainly in patients with depression, but also in patients with other psychiatric diseases. Simultaneously, many studies have been published on the possible therapeutic effects in depression of the hormones involved in the HPT axis.”

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6-Steps to Heal Your Thyroid

By Mark Hyman, MD

“The key is the right testing to confirm that a sluggish thyroid is contributing to a stalled metabolism and other problems.  Once you know this for sure there are many ways to help correct thyroid problems.”

http://drhyman.com/blog/2015/06/10/a-comprehensive-6-step-strategy-to-heal-your-thyroid/

 

How Chronic Stress Creates Hormonal Havoc

By Mark Hyman, MD

“If you want to avoid stress, you’ve been born in the wrong era. Chronic stress has become epidemic in our society where faster is better and we attempt to pack more obligations into our ever-expanding schedules. Among its havoc, one meta-analysis involving 300 studies1 found chronic stress could damage your immunity. If that wasn’t enough, stress also makes you fat and contributes to diabesity. A study in the journal Appetite found stressed-out women had significantly higher waist circumference2 compared to non-stressed women.”

http://drhyman.com/blog/2014/11/25/chronic-stress-creates-hormonal-havoc/

 

 

 

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