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Alice suffered from Thyroid problems for more that 12 years. During that duration, she led a miserable life, she was practically waiting to die everyday. She suffered from depression. Everyday, looking for people to quarrel with. Her hands and legs were shivering, could not even walk up a two-step stairs. She could hardly sleep at night and having many other health issues. She had no alternative but to consume iodine to sustain her life.  Now, not only she is completely off the drugs, she now leads a healthy and vibrant life and has become  more and more beautiful year after year. A totally transformed and confident person.

See it for yourself to feel her energy.

Her Product Consumption: SNE (60 capsules box at RM220)

Phrase One: Two in the morning, two at night for three weeks – saw improvement

Phrase Two: Three in the morning, three at night – saw furhter improvement

Phrase Three: Four in the morning, four at night till 19th Oct 2005 where her T3 and T4 were balanced and her hormone level was also improved according to her medical report done.

The thyroid gland or simply, the thyroid  is one of the largest endocrine glands. The thyroid gland is found in the neck, below the thyroid cartilage. The isthmus (the bridge between the two lobes of the thyroid) is located inferior to the cricoids cartilage.

The thyroid gland controls how quickly the body uses energy, makes proteins, and controls how sensitive the body is to other hormones. It participates in these processes by producing thyroid hormones, the principal ones being triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine which can sometimes be referred to as tetraiodothyronine (T4). These hormones regulate the rate of metabolism and affect the growth and rate of function of many other systems in the body. T3 and T4 are synthesized from both iodine and tyrosine. The thyroid also produces caccitonin, which plays a role in calcium homeostasis.

Hormonal output from the thyroid is regulated by thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) produced by the anterior pituitary, which itself is regulated by thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH) produced by the hypothalamus.

The most common problems of the thyroid gland consist of an overactive thyroid gland, referred to as HYPERTHYROIDISM, and an underactive thyroid gland, referred to as HYPOTHYROIDISM.

HYPERTHYROIDISM, or overactive thyroid, is the overproduction of the thyroid hormones T3 and T4, and is an autoimmune disease in which antibodies are produced which stimulate the thyroid to secrete excessive quantities of thyroid hormones. The disease can result in the formation of a toxic goiter as a result of thyroid growth in response to a lack of negative feedback mechanisms. It presents with symptoms such as a thyroid goiter, protruding eyes, palpitations, excess sweating, diarrhea, weight loss, muscle weakness and unusual sensitivity to heat. The appetite is often increased.

Beta Blockers are used to decrease symptoms of hyperthyroidism such as increase heart rate, tremors, anxiety and heart palpitations, and anti-thyroid drugs are used to decrease the production of thyroid hormones. These medications take several months to take full effect and have side-effects such as skin rash or a drop in white blood cell count, which decreases the ability of the body to fight off infections.  These drugs involve frequent dosing (often one pill every 8 hours) and often require frequent doctor visits and blood tests to monitor the treatment, and may sometimes lose effectiveness over time. Due to the side-effects and inconvenience of such drug regimens, some patients choose to undergo radioactive treatment. Radioactive iodine is administered in order to destroy a portion of or the entire thyroid gland, since the radioactive iodine is selectively taken up by the gland and gradually destroys the cells of the gland. Alternatively, the gland may be partially or entirely removed surgically, though iodine treatment is usually preferred since the surgery is invasive and carries a risk of damage to the parathyroid glands or the nerves controlling the vocal cords. If the entire thyroid gland is removed, hypothyroidism results.

HYPOTHYROIDISM is the underproduction of the thyroid hormones T3 and T4. Hypothyroid disorders may occur as a result of congenital thyroid abnormalities, autoimmune disorders such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, iodine deficiency (more likely in poorer countries) or the removal of the thyroid following surgery to treat severe hyperthyroidism and/or thyroid cancer. Typical symptoms are abnormal weight gain, tiredness, baldness, cold intolerance, and bradycardia. Hypothyroidism is treated with hormone replacement therapy, such as levothyroxine, which is typically required for the rest of the patient's life. Thyroid hormone treatment is given under the care of a physician and may take a few weeks to become effective.[

Negative feedback mechanisms result in growth of the thyroid gland when thyroid hormones are being produced in sufficiently low quantities as a means of increasing the thyroid output; however, where the hypothyroidism is caused by iodine insufficiency, the thyroid is unable to produce T3 and T4 and as a result, the thyroid may continue to grow to form a non-toxic goiter. It is termed non-toxic as it does not produce toxic quantities of thyroid hormones, despite its size.


Products Recommendation for Thyrold Patients:

At least 4 capsules of SNE, 6 capsules of WisD, 1 sachet of Excel Tea and 2 sachets of SeabuckActiv.  



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