Alternative Medicine: Hypothyroidism

These alternative medication options were talked about on the Dr. Oz show today.

Before including any kind of alternative medicine, you should definitely talk to your doctor first.

If you have one of those prescription pushing physicians, do some research and find one who listens and knows and cares about you as an entire person and not just a list of symptoms. – (That part is my advice.)

Hypothyroidism

(This is poor thyroid function, it can cause tiredness, slow reflexes, poor focus, etc.)
L-Tyrosine 1500 mg twice a day ( preferably on an empty stomach ) can help your thyroid function better.

I tried this one. It didn’t work for me, but it turns out I actually have a low T3 count. L-Tyrosine didn’t help me at all. It actually made me tired… However, that’s unusual. It is supposed to give you energy and help your thyroid function.

I now take something called GTA Forte II now with lunch everyday and it’s really helping with the afternoon grogginess.

Other alternative medicines mentioned: