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"RESEARCH ON NATURAL REMEDIES OF HYPERTHYROIDISM AND HYPOTHYROIDISM AND IDENITIFY NEW SYMPTOMS, TREATMENT REGIMENAND ROLE OF DOCTOR OF PHARMACY.

Dr. Myle Akshay Kiran* and Yenumula Nitukallu Kumar PHD

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The Thyroid gland regulates a wide range of physiological functions in the Body including growth, metabolism and energy. homeostasis, via secretion of thyroid hormone clinical labnormalities and manifestation are identified by regular bloodpressure and pulse rate, TSH levels and during hospitalized patients, To prevent this hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism, Natural remedies, supplements, minerals and also take some food habits and avoid some food habits to out come the benefits to the patients and life style modification, identified the clinical features in clinical practice in,thyroid patients Natural ways, risk factors, complications. As most clinicians know, many patients prefer trying safe but possibly ineffective treatments before trying possibly unsafe but effective remedies. Similarly, patients frequently avoid recommended pharmaceutical drugs to avoid potential side effects such as psychological or physiological dependence. Subclinical hypothyroidism is one scenario where these concerns may seem particularly relevant. Let’s say we have a patient with subclinical hypothyroidism(a slightly elevated TSH and a normal. serum T4 and T3) that is mildly symptomatic. One could argue that prematurely starting levothyroxine could potentially further suppress an already low level of endogenous thyroid synthesis. Furthermore, in the absence of good assays for the many nutrients and enzymes involved in thyroid production, how do we know that exogenous hormones would not mask a reversible cause?. Given the potential for harm with early hormone treatment, it is reasonable to offer patients a closely monitored trial of maximized non-drug thyroid support: Iodine 150-600 mcg PO daily (for those at risk of deficiency.) Reduction of dietary iodine if excess suspected. Selenium 50-300 mcg PO daily (~2 brazil nuts daily.) Zinc 10-40 mg PO daily. Ferrous sulfate 325 mg PO daily (65 mg elemental iron). Vitamin A 800-3,000 mcg PO daily. L-Tyrosine 500 mg PO 3 times daily.

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