(Hashimotocentral) If you’ve been diagnosed with Hashimoto’s or are thinking you might have it, then you are probably already familiar with the fact that this condition can wreak havoc on your emotions.
Do any of these scenarios sound familiar?
I could go on, but if any of these sound familiar, be assured:
So many of us have felt as though we were. No one ever explained to us that this comes with Hashi’s territory. If we had only known, perhaps it would have made it easier to handle.
Well, now you know. Hashimoto’s is intimately tied to your emotions. This is because the attacks on the thyroid that occur as a result of the antibodies involved in Hashi’s compromise your entire endocrine system. The endocrine system is hormone central and your hormones regulate your emotions. Your thyroid is part of that system along with a whole host of other organs and glands.
Here’s a list of all the glands that are part of the endocrine system:
If you read the job descriptions of each of these glands and then look at the common symptoms which often go along with Hashi’s, you’ll see that they are very closely aligned with your endocrine system. All of these glands are connected and support each other, so when one starts to fail, it becomes almost like dominoes. It’s just a matter of time before the rest of them join the party.
Here’s a list of the possible emotions a person may experience during the course of dealing with Hashimoto’s:
Daniela Keller [Tools-of-Life.at], ist seit 1990 in eigener Kinesiologie-Praxis in Wien
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