Surviving with Hypothyroidism after SHTF!
How to Survive with Hypothyroidism after SHTF
Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live”
There’s a quiet epidemic growing around the globe. People are developing hypothyroidism, which is an under-active thyroid. There is also an overwhelming predominance of a specific type of hypothyroidism called Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis. So much so, that both are nearly interchangeable terms.
Right now, in the United States, approximately 12% of the US population has been diagnosed with this illness. It is also estimated that about half of all cases go un-diagnosed. This means about 23% of the entire US population has an under-active thyroid. That’s huge.
So, why are so many people developing thyroid problems? What causes hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s in the first place? What alternatives are there for people who depend upon medications if pharmacies are ransacked and won’t be resupplied?
Plus, why are just as many people not being diagnosed properly? Why is it that a person can have all the symptoms, yet their test results fall into the “normal range”? What happens if their hypothyroidism goes untreated?
Many of the symptoms for hypothyroidism are often considered “vanity” symptoms, like thinning hair and weight gain, these symptoms are all too often ignored until the condition becomes much more pronounced and difficult to treat.
These are serious questions that deserve real answers. I will discuss a holistic approach to Hashimoto’s from what causes it? Is it reversible? What holistic treatment options are available when modern medical systems fail. (Or, just because you prefer a more natural approach.)
While women are statistically more at risk for developing Hashimoto’s, this isn’t just a women’s health problem. Men develop under-active thyroids as well. While we may think of post-SHTF health as being all about bullets and bandages, for a significant portion of our population, it will include hypothyroidism.
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