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Important Information About Low Globulin All Must Be Aware Of
 
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Introduction to lab values and normal ranges | Health & Medicine | Khan Academy
 
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Find out how health professionals use short-hand for labs and the meaning of normal ranges. Rishi is a pediatric infectious disease physician and works at Khan Academy. Created by Rishi Desai. Watch the next lesson: https://www.khanacademy.org/science/health-and-medicine/lab-values/v/what-s-inside-of-blood?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=healthandmedicine Missed the previous lesson? https://www.khanacademy.org/science/health-and-medicine/infectious-diseases/malaria/v/preventing-malaria?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=healthandmedicine Health & Medicine on Khan Academy: No organ quite symbolizes love like the heart. One reason may be that your heart helps you live, by moving ~5 liters (1.3 gallons) of blood through almost 100,000 kilometers (62,000 miles) of blood vessels every single minute! It has to do this all day, everyday, without ever taking a vacation! Now that is true love. Learn about how the heart works, how blood flows through the heart, where the blood goes after it leaves the heart, and what your heart is doing when it makes the sound “Lub Dub.” About Khan Academy: Khan Academy is a nonprofit with a mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. We believe learners of all ages should have unlimited access to free educational content they can master at their own pace. We use intelligent software, deep data analytics and intuitive user interfaces to help students and teachers around the world. Our resources cover preschool through early college education, including math, biology, chemistry, physics, economics, finance, history, grammar and more. We offer free personalized SAT test prep in partnership with the test developer, the College Board. Khan Academy has been translated into dozens of languages, and 100 million people use our platform worldwide every year. For more information, visit www.khanacademy.org, join us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @khanacademy. And remember, you can learn anything. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything Subscribe to Khan Academy’s Health & Medicine channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1RAowgA3q8Gl7exSWJuDEw?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe to Khan Academy: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=khanacademy
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Albumin/Globulin ratio as a prognostic toolAlbumin/Globulin ratio as a prognostic tool
 
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Albumin/Globulin ratio as a prognostic toolAlbumin/Globulin ratio as a prognostic tool Albumin/Globulin ratio as a prognostic toolAlbumin/Globulin ratio as a prognostic tool Albumin/Globulin ratio as a prognostic toolAlbumin/Globulin ratio as a prognostic tool Subscribe my channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEbx7kG83F8SrCw2PVh5Auw?sub_confirmation=1
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Avon CT Low Thyroid caused by elevated Thyroid Binding Globulin
 
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http://www.DrDavidSchiller.com Avon CT Elevated Thyroid Binging Globulin can cause Low Thyroid Hypothyroidism discussed Dr. David Schiller, DC from www.CTThyroidRelief.com
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Thyroid Gland and Thyroid Hormones - [T3, T4, Thyroglobulin, Iodide Trapping etc.]
 
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In this video will have a look at the Thyroid Gland and the process of thyroid hormone production. The Thyroid secretes hormones that govern many of the metabolic and growth functions in your body, the hormones are called thyroxine and triiodothyronine, commonly called T4 and T3, respectively. Under the influence of a hormone secreted by the Anterior Pituitary gland, which is called thyroid stimulating hormone, the thyroid will manufacture and secrete T3 and T4 thereby raising their blood levels. Thyroid hormone production: About one fifth of ingested iodides are selectively removed from the circulating blood by the cells of the thyroid gland and used for synthesis of the thyroid hormones. The iodides first have to leave the circulation and enter the thyroid cells. This is achieved by the action of a sodium-iodide symporter, which co-transports one iodide ion along with two sodium ions across the basolateral membrane into the thyroid cell. This symporter uses the sodium gradient that is created by another pump: the sodium-potassium ATPase pump. Once inside the follicular epithelial cells, Iodide is transported into the follicle: across the apical membrane: by pendrin. Thyroglobulin contain tyrosine amino acids to which the iodide ions will bind. T3 and T4 are produced within the thyroglobulin molecule. Conversion of the iodide ions to an oxidized form of iodine. This process is promoted by the enzyme peroxidase. The second steps is organification of thyroglobulin. Which means the Iodination of Tyrosine and Formation of the Thyroid Hormones. This process results in both monoiodotyrosine (MIT) and diiodotyrosine (DIT). DIT and MIT will combine to form T3 and T4. Another important thing to remember is the fact that not all DIT and MIT will combine, therefore the current thyroglobulin will contain all before mentioned forms: MIT, DIT, T3 and T4. Also the proportions in T3 and T4 are different: each thyroglobulin molecule contains up to 30 thyroxine (or T4) molecules and just a few triiodothyronine (or T3) molecules. Interestingly, in this form, the thyroid hormones are stored in the follicles in an amount sufficient to supply the body with its normal requirements of thyroid hormones for 2 to 3 months. Therefore, when synthesis of thyroid hormone is decreased, the physiologic effects of deficiency are not observed for several months. Now we will have a look at the process of releasing the hormones into the circulation. The apical surface of the thyroid cells close around the thryroglobulins. This creates pinocytic vesicles in the cells. The vesicles will fuse with lysosomes to digest and cleave the thyroglublin molecules and release thyroxine and triiodothyronine in free form. These T3 and T4 molecules will diffuse into the surrounding capillaries, so they enter the blood circulation. In the circulation, they will combine with plasma proteins known as thyroxine-binding globulin. Because about 75 percent of the iodinated tyrosine in the thyroglobulin will remain monoiodotyrosine and diiodotyrosine, this is not functional and therefore should not enter the circulation. Instead, the iodine is cleaved from them by a deiodinase enzyme, making the iodine available for recycling in new hormones. About 93 percent of the thyroid hormone released from the thyroid gland is normally thyroxine and only 7 percent is triiodothyronine. However, in the peripheral tissues, T4 will be turning into T3 for a great part: its deiodinated. So, simply said, the function of the thyroid gland is to take iodide, found in many foods, and convert it into thyroid hormones: thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3). So what is the role of these thyroid hormones actually? The general effect of thyroid hormone is to activate nuclear transcription of large numbers of genes, hereby causing a higher basic metabolic rate, mainly through induction of increased protein synthesis. The net result is generalized increase in functional activity throughout the body. Increased activity is for example seen in the cardiovascular system, growth rate, and the central nervous system. Without thyroxine and triiodothyronine from the thyroid gland, almost all the chemical reactions of the body would become sluggish and the person would become sluggish as well. A final, clinically important, thing to know: During development (inside the womb) the thyroid gland originates in the back of the tongue, but it normally migrates to the front of the neck before birth. Sometimes it fails to migrate properly and is located high in the neck or even in the back of the tongue. Do you want to know how the hypothalamus and the Thyroid stimulating hormone from the pituitary gland are regulating the thyroid hormone production: https://youtu.be/QG-UbtFEc_c
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Anti TPO Test - Why & How, Normal Range /Values and Cost
 
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Anti TPO or anti Thyroid peroxidase is a test performed to diagnose autoimmune disease like Grave's or Hashimoto's disease. Learn from Dr. Ankush about anti tpo test, its procedure, normal range and what information can be obtained from this test. Dr. Ankush Nayyar talks about following: What is anti-TPO test? Why is this test required? How is it done? What are the normal range or normal values for the test? She provides basic information about various aspects of anti TPO (Thyroperoxidase or Thyroid Peroxidase) test. Anti TPO Cost in India: https://www.medifee.com/tests/anti-tpo-cost/ Visit Our Website: https://www.medifee.com Subscribe To Our Channel and Get More Health Tips https://www.youtube.com/c/Medifee?sub_confirmation=1
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Thyroid Recovery 10
 
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Thyroid Binding Globulin is an important marker to check for patients who are suffering from hypothyroid symptoms. Elevated TBG is usually associated with a low T3 uptake. Elevated estrogen level is usually the cause for elevated TBG.
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8 Signs of Thyroid Dysfunction That Over 12 MILLION People Ignore Each and Every Day
 
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8 Signs of Thyroid Dysfunction That Over 12 MILLION People Ignore Each and Every Day Thyroid dysfunction is so common that over 25 million people in North America are silent sufferers who are undiagnosed. It is estimated that under-active thyroid, known as hypothyroidism, is to blame about 99 percent of all thyroid related issues. In case you are wondering what are the signs, read on! The Thyroid gland, the small gland at the base of the neck, is responsible for the metabolism, the rate at which cells convert food into energy. This means that the energy levels will suffer if your thyroid gland is not functioning correctly. Signs of Thyroid Dysfunction Constantly feeling cold, having cold hands and feet Excessive hair loss, brittle nails and dry, cracking skin Constipation Weight gain or the inability to lose weight Mood swings, anxiety, depression and other mood related issues Fatigue, even after sleeping 8+ hours at night Low sex drive, PMS, irregular periods and infertility – all signs of female hormone imbalance Poor concentration, brain fog and inability to focus How to Determine if your Thyroid is the Cause It is recommended that all patients with these symptoms do the following lab tests in order to determine if their thyroid is functioning properly: Thyroid Binding Globulin (Protein that binds to Thyroid Hormone) Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies (TPO Ab) Thyroglobulin Antibodies (TGB Ab) TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) Free T4 (Inactive Thyroid Hormone) Free T3 (Active Thyroid Hormone) Reverse-T3 (Inactivated Thyroid Hormone) Even if your levels appear normal, they may not be in the ideal range. Therefore, it is recommended to find the underlying cause of why your levels are not optimal.
Antithyroglobulin Antibody Test - Procedure, Normal Range and Result Interpretation
 
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Antithyroglobulin antibody test is a blood test that is performed to evaluate issues with thyroid. Dr. Ankush describes about this test, its procedure, normal values and what information can be obtained from test results.
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Thyroid Success Secret # 10: Evaluating Thyroid Binding Globulin.WMV
 
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http://www.glenmillschiropractic.com 610-558-8920 Dr. Eric Balcavage describes some of his secrets to helping people who struggle with thyroid symptoms. His office, Glen Mills Chiropractic Health & Fitness Center is located in Glen Mills, PA and serves the Greater Delaware Valley
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Hidden Causes of Thyroid Disease-Blood Sugar-Thyroid
 
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www.DrHagmeyer.com So here are 6 ways that blood sugar problems interfere with thyroid function. #1 Dysglcyemia stresses the adrenal glands which in turn stress the pituitary gland which is the master control center for all hormones. The pituitary glands makes TSH #2 Dysglycemia weakens and inflames the digestive tract- this can impact how Thyroid hormone is converted. That T4 to T3 conversion. (your Thyroids worst enemy) #3 Dysglycemia breaks down immune barriers of the gut- This can lead to Hashimotos disease. #4 Dysglcyemia induces hormone imbalances, detoxification and metabolism- this too can impair T4 to T3 conversion leading to Low T3 or Elevations in Thyroid Binding globulin. #5 Low blood sugar creates a fight or flight response this can cause problems with the Adrenals but can also cause an elevation in Reverse T3. #6- has more do to with the effects of low Thyroid- but low thyroid slows down the absorption of glucose, it also causes insulin to break down slower- both of these scenarios will keep blood sugar high and affect the pituitary gland. for more information about natural treatment options visit website: https://drhagmeyer.com/conditions/thyroid-treatments/ connect with us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Naperville-Thyroid-Doctor-178017625571193/?view_public_for=178017625571193
What Are Globulins?
 
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Total protein and albumin globulin (a g) ratio the test definition of by medical dictionarylow facts proteins albumin, globulins, etcwhat are in blood plasma? purpose, procedure & results healthlineplasma types functions (basic notes). Globulins play an important role in liver function, blood clotting, and fighting infection. G dl, and the remainder is total globulins. Most of the and globulins are synthesized by liver, whereas plasma proteins this article include basics on types functions in human body. They are produced by the liver and immune system. It also measures the amounts of two major groups proteins in blood albumin and globulin. When there is too much or a deficiency of globulins in the blood, many conditions can be although make up smaller proportion blood plasma protein, they perform very important function providing antibodies. Globulin wikipediaglobulin test medlineplus lab informationencyclopedia articles what are the normal globulin levels? Patientalpha serum albumin and clinical methods ncbi bookshelf. Wikipedia wiki globulin url? Q webcache. Albumin makes up more than half of globulin one the major classifications proteins, which may be further divided into euglobulins and pseudoglobulins. Globulin protein is dec 1, 2016 albumin and globulin are two types of in your body. Serum globulin electrophoresis tests, test results & diagnosis. Albumins, globulins and fibrinogen proteins are feb 8, 2012 serum globulin electrophoresis is a laboratory test that looks at called in the bloodGlobulin wikipediaglobulin medlineplus lab informationencyclopedia articles what normal levels? Patientalpha albumin clinical methods ncbi bookshelf. Some globulins are produced in the liver, while others made by immune system. Alpha and beta globulins function as enzymes proteins that transport compounds in the body. The level of protein found in the urine may even be negligible proteins albumin, globulins, etcproteins are most abundant compounds your serum (the rest blood when you remove all globulins integral components. Just as there are different types of globulins, globulin tests the three alpha, beta, and gamma globulins. Googleusercontent search. Abnormal globulin level can lead to health trouble may 14, 2014 globulins are a group of proteins within the blood. They are made in your liver by immune system. A test for total serum protein reports separate values protein, albumin, and globulin dec 14, 2010 low levels can be caused by several diseases, like kidney disease. The former group is insoluble in a colourless protein of the globulin fraction human serum (liquid portion blood plasma after clotting factor fibrinogen has been removed) that normal level 6 to 8 g dl. Globulin wikipedia en. These values may vary according to the apr 10, 2016 additionally, since total protein can be low, increased, or component globulin proteins altered with many different diseases and disorders, any of numerous that are insoluble in water highly concentrated salt s
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Latest Blood Test Results - Full Bloodwork - High Testosterone
 
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My latest results from a full blood test, including total testosterone, free testosterone, oestradial, SHBG, thyroid stimulating hormone, cholesterol and more. Some surprising results, but overall, quite happy with where things are at the moment. DISCLAIMER: THE INFORMATION IN THIS VIDEO IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY - PLEASE ALWAYS CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR BEFORE TAKING ANY MEDICAL ACTION REGARDING YOUR HEALTH.
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8 Signs That You Have Too Much Estrogen
 
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► 8 Signs That You Have Too Much Estrogen In many cases, having too much of something in your body is bound to cause some sort of issue. Take estrogen for example: according to WebMD, too much estrogen can cause weight gain. In fact, they also add that many overweight women tend to have high estrogen levels. For those who may not be familiar with what estrogen is, it’s an entire class of related hormones which includes estradiol, estriol and estrone, according to WebMD. Estrogen levels tend to rise at certain times. The main time is during puberty, which is when a girl’s body is beginning to change. Another reason estrogen may rise is because of weight gain, which coincidently, is one of the symptoms of high estrogen levels. Below you will find the signs that you have too much estrogen. Abdominal Weight Gain: According to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, the fat tissue produces excess estrogen, mainly in the abdominal area, which can cause abdominal weight gain. As the fatty tissue produces estrogen, estrogen produces more fatty tissue, and if you have too much estrogen, this will cause weight gain in the area that has too much of it. Swollen or Tender Breasts: When you are pregnant, estrogen causes the breast ducts to enlarge. Also, progesterone, which is produced mainly in the ovaries following ovulation each month, can cause the breasts to feel sore, according to Healthline. They add that if you notice that your breasts are sore or swollen and you are not ovulating or pregnant, it could be a cause of too much estrogen. Thyroid Dysfunction: According to Outsmart Disease, many women who are in their 30’s will experience symptoms that are attributed to conditions such as thyroid disease because of too much estrogen. This occurs because when there is too much estrogen, the thyroid binding protein called thyroid binding globulin increases. When this occurs, the T4 and T3 thyroid hormones become low because they become attached to the thyroid globulin. This will prevent the thyroid hormones from entering the cells and can result in hyperthyroid symptoms. Irregular Periods: According to the Women’s Health Network, when a woman has an irregular period, which is when it comes too early or too late, she could experience weight gain, which is a sign of a hormonal imbalance which can also be caused by too much estrogen. As I mentioned earlier, fat tissues make estrogen; so the more you have, the more estrogen production. Fibrocystic Breasts: A woman’s breast changes occur in response to the hormones that are made by the ovaries. If a woman has fibrocystic breasts, it could be caused by high estrogen and low progesterone levels, according to Healthline. Women will experience breast tissue changes; they will become lumpy and rope-like. They will also be painful and tender to touch. Mood Swings: A hormonal imbalance can cause mood swings; which in this case would be too much estrogen. This occurs because it affects the chemistry of the brain, according to Healthline. Women who are pregnant or going through menopause can experience mood swings. Memory Problems: As I mentioned earlier, one of the signs of high estrogen is thyroid issues, which can result in hyperthyroidism. According to Healthline, hyperthyroidism can cause memory issues. This occurs because the body is unable to produce the hormone that is essential for energy metabolism. Headache: It is very common for women to experience headaches that are linked to hormonal fluctuations, according to Healthline. Pregnancy, birth control pills, and menstruation all have the ability to affect your estrogen levels, which can result in headaches if they are too high or too low. ★ Please leave a like if you enjoyed and tell me what you think in the comments! ★ Don't forget to subscribe my channel to help us reach to 100.000 Subscribers : https://goo.gl/29sHF2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ★ VIEW MORE: ➞ Tips & Tricks: https://goo.gl/UdhRLs ➞ Natural Remedies: https://goo.gl/djrthu ➞ Diet & Weight Loss: https://goo.gl/7sEJCX ➞ Beauty Tips: https://goo.gl/E3nsCd ➞ Healthy Drinks: https://goo.gl/BSGh2E --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ★ Like our facebook page: https://goo.gl/tVNSqu --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ★ Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (https://www.youtube.com/yt/copyright/)
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Hidden Cause #23 Why You STILL Have Low Thyroid Symptoms - High Homocysteine
 
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http://www.trianglethyroiddoctor.com High levels of Homocysteine can cause these low thyroid symptoms: * Fatigue • Hair loss • Dry Skin * Constipation • Depression • Brain Fog • Infertility • Weight Gain Dr. David Clark, DC Functional Neurologist Chiropractic Neurologist Diplomate College of Clinical Nutrition 1515 W. NC Highway 54 Ste 210 Durham, NC 27707 919-401-0444 http://www.twitter.com/DrDavidClark https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dr-David-Clark-Functional-Neurologist/92451382182 © 2013 David Clark.
Thyroid Blood Tests For Hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's Thyroiditis Are Not Always Reliable
 
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http://www.HypothyroidRevolution.org - Hypothyroidism is a deficiency of thyroid hormone and is one of most common thyroid problems in the Western countries. Estimated 4 percent of the adult American population has an underactive thyroid function which is primarily caused by autoimmune thyroid condition called Hashimotos disease. Women are affected six times more frequently than men. In addition to autoimmune Hashimotos disease, there are numerous other causes of thyroid dysfunction that can result in hypothyroid symptoms despite of the normal lab test results. Unfortunately, the following 7 causes of hypothyroidism cannot be identified using conventional blood tests and most likely will be missed by your conventional doctor: 1 Autoimmune Hashimoto's disease is the most common cause of hypothyroidism in industrialized countries, however most conventional doctors do not check for it. 2 Hypothalamus dysfunction that is difficult to establish and could not be seen on the thyroid tests. 3 Pituitary dysfunction that means the pituitary gland cannot send a message to the thyroid gland to produce more thyroid hormone when it needed. 4 Thyroid gland dysfunction when the gland itself does not work properly and could not produce enough thyroid hormone to meet body's needs. 5 Elevated Thyroid-binding globulin (TBG) due to hormonal imbalances caused by birth control pills, menopause or hormone replacement therapy with estrogen. TGB binds thyroid hormone and prevents it from the entering the cell and/or conversion into the active T3 form. The person will have hypothyroid symptoms despite normal lab test results. 6 Over- or under-conversion of T4 into the metabolically active T3 hormone in the liver and intestine that could cause thyroid symptoms. 7 Thyroid cellular receptor dysfunction due to high cortisol, vitamin A deficiency, over-conversion to T3 and other reasons preventing the thyroid hormone from entering into the cell and perform its metabolic action. 5 Essentials Of Effective Hypothyroidism Treatment Plan 1 The proper thyroid testing and diagnosis are the key to establish your effective hypothyroidism treatment plan. 2 Your diet has a big influence on your thyroid function. There are certain foods that support or suppress the production of thyroid hormones, immune system and sabotage your weight loss efforts.Most hypothyroid patients have food allergies, malabsorption and nutritional deficiencies such as low vitamin D, selenium, B12 and other vitamins of group B, iron and magnesium. 3 If you have thyroid imbalance, you are most likely to have other hormonal problems, blood sugar dysregulation and being under stress that work against your thyroid. Without addressing these issues you risk never stabilize your thyroid function. 4 Your gut and liver function play the key role in conversions of inactive T4 into the active T3 thyroid hormone. If you have digestive issues and/or sluggish liver your body cannot convert thyroid hormones effectively and you can continue to have hypothyroid symptoms does not matter how much thyroid medication you take. 5 Consider environmental toxins as a contributing factor to your thyroid dysfunction. We all are exposed to chemicals and toxins, however those who have effective detoxification process enjoy a better health. Minimizing exposure and supporting detoxification pathways can help to support your thyroid gland. Video Tags: hypothyroidism how to treat hypothyroidism treating hypothyroidism hypothyroidism treatment hypothyroidism natural treatment treatment for hypothyroidism natural treatment for hypothyroidism natural remedies for hypothyroidism hypothyroidism natural remedies
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Thyroid Treatment Success Secret #10 "Thyroid Binding Globulin"
 
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http://www.PittThyroid.com http://www.GreenvilleHealth.com Dr. McCarthy discusses this often overlooked aspect of thyroid physiology. If you have thyroid problems but don't know what thyroid binding globulin is, you may be getting the wrong treatment. If you don't know TBG, call our office now. Your health depends on it! 252-758-2222
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Liver Function Tests - What You Need to be Aware of
 
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LFT (Liver Function Tests) is a group of blood tests performed to measure various chemicals in the blood created by liver. Dr. Pratibha karande illustrates various tests under this profile and the important role of our liver. Liver Function Test prices in India: https://www.medifee.com/tests/liver-function-test-cost/
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Normal Thyroid Changes in Pregnancy: Essential USMLE* Thyroid Video Part 5
 
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Hashimoto's and Thyroid Binding Globulin
 
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Did you know there are 4-Stage of Healing Hashimoto's? Find out what stage you're at here: https://hashimotosdoctor.com/wb4stagesofhealing You can get great information through these resources: Do You Know The 9 Tests Required to Understand Your Thyroid? https://hashimotosdoctor.com/free-book-pageqpuqvcr1 Do You Have Hair Loss & Hashimoto’s or Thyroid Problems? https://hashimotosdoctor.com/free-guide-plus-hosting-feeqhtxttj4 Need Diet and Lifestyle Help with Hashimoto’s: https://hashimotosdoctor.com/optin10644958 We work with people in the US and around the world via phone, Skype and Facetime…Do You Need Dr. Shook’s Help? https://goo.gl/nFoZqu Join Our Facebook Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/HickoryThyroid/ Follow Us on Facebook for LIVE events and daily videos: https://www.facebook.com/drbradshook/?fref=ts. Follow Our Blog for Exclusive Content: https://www.DrBradShook.com.
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Thyroid Pattern #18 - Testosterone and Your Thyroid
 
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www.napervillethyroid.com Dr. Serpe explains how testosterone in both men and women can alter how your thyroid hormones function. Understanding this important point can help you feel better, restore balance and function to your energy and weight loss. To learn more: The Neuroplus Institute 651 Amersale Drive, Suite 109 Naperville, IL 60563 (630) 357-2299 www.napervillethyroid.com
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The Best Thyroid Test to Accurately Treat & Diagnose your Thyroid
 
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Thyroid testing is very important to proper thyroid diagnosis and management. The conventional wisdom is to check only the TSH and maybe reflex to free T4. Instead of focusing on these tests I recommend each thyroid patient get a more complete profile prior to being treated with thyroid hormone. This panel includes: - TSH - Free T3 - Reverse T3 - Free T4 - Sex hormone binding globulin - Anti TPO and thyroid antibodies - Total T3 This combination of lab tests allow you to determine how well your body is utilizing, converting and absorbing thyroid hormone and can help your management directly. In this video I also go over many reasons why the TSH may not be accurate in certain circumstances and medical conditions. More information in the video and the full blog post can be found here: https://www.restartmed.com/thyroid-test/ You can read more on my website here: https://www.restartmed.com/ This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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6 Dangers of High Estrogen Levels
 
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Lose up to 24 pounds in 6 weeks (free guide): https://www.focusfitness.net/ffyt-fat-crusher-plan This video will show you dangers of too much estrogen in the body 1. Hormone imbalances. Men may experience loss of sex drive, increased abdominal fat, enlarged prostate and prostate cancer. In fact, estrogen is a key contributor to 50% of all prostate cancer cases. 2. Weight Gain Weight gain is a side effect of high estrogen levels. High levels of estrogen can activate a woman appetite. This will lead to total body weight gain. 3. Low Sex Drive Sex drive can be affected by high estrogen levels. A high level of estrogen can weaken or completely curb the desire for sex. The excess level of estrogen also curbs a woman ability to have an orgasm 4. Thyroid Dysfunction Thyroid dysfunction can result from high estrogen levels. High levels of estrogen lead to excessive production of thyroid-binding globulin by the liver. 5. Fluid Retention Fluid retention can appear as a side effect of high estrogen levels. If estrogen levels rise excessively, then fluid retention may occur in the body. 6. Breast Cancer Breast cancer is a side effect of high estrogen levels. A high level of estrogen is associated with an increased risk of developing breast cancer. high estrogen causes effects of high estrogen too little estrogen high estrogen treatment how to lower estrogen excess estrogen symptoms high estrogen symptoms in males
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High TSH? Hashimoto's or Hypothyroid? No Weight Loss? Learn Why Thyroid Meds Don't Work For Everyone
 
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Did you know there are 4-Stage of Healing Hashimoto's? Find out what stage you're at here: https://hashimotosdoctor.com/wb4stagesofhealing High TSH levels, Hashimoto's Disease, Hypothyroidism and weight loss challenges are epidemic problems around the world... but why? Most people think hypothyroid symptoms are just related to thyroid hormone levels, or they think they can take, Synthroid®, Levothyroxine® or an NDT (natural desiccated thyroid hormone) replacement like Armour® and everything will be fine. Though thyroid hormone replacement medications are essential and critical pieces of improving hypothyroidism and hypothyroid symptoms, you have to consider why you are having the symptoms you are experiencing. Failure to address the causes of the problems you are having by covering up the symptoms will result in a continued breakdown of your body in other ways. If you are struggling to improve your thyroid health and aren't sure where to turn or what to do because you just don't know why you're having the problems that you're having, then this could be the most important video that you watch. After watching this video your probably going to want to know what you can do about these breakdowns in your thyroid function so Dr. Shook created this video for you to watch next... ..."Why Your Doctor May Not Be Able To Help Your Thyroid Problem https://youtu.be/xKBn7iXW8Pw Want information on our practice? Visit us a http://drbradshook.com and you can learn all about your thyroid and Dr. Shook's US and international distance consulting practice.
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Hypothyroidism Levels - 5 Most Useful Tips on Interpreting Your TSH Test Result
 
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http://www.HypothyroidRevolution.org - Hypothyroidism is a deficiency of thyroid hormone and is one of most common thyroid problems in the Western countries. Estimated 4 percent of the adult American population has an underactive thyroid function which is primarily caused by autoimmune thyroid condition called Hashimotos disease. Women are affected six times more frequently than men. In addition to autoimmune Hashimotos disease, there are numerous other causes of thyroid dysfunction that can result in hypothyroid symptoms despite of the normal lab test results. Unfortunately, the following 7 causes of hypothyroidism cannot be identified using conventional blood tests and most likely will be missed by your conventional doctor: 1 Autoimmune Hashimoto's disease is the most common cause of hypothyroidism in industrialized countries, however most conventional doctors do not check for it. 2 Hypothalamus dysfunction that is difficult to establish and could not be seen on the thyroid tests. 3 Pituitary dysfunction that means the pituitary gland cannot send a message to the thyroid gland to produce more thyroid hormone when it needed. 4 Thyroid gland dysfunction when the gland itself does not work properly and could not produce enough thyroid hormone to meet body's needs. 5 Elevated Thyroid-binding globulin (TBG) due to hormonal imbalances caused by birth control pills, menopause or hormone replacement therapy with estrogen. TGB binds thyroid hormone and prevents it from the entering the cell and/or conversion into the active T3 form. The person will have hypothyroid symptoms despite normal lab test results. 6 Over- or under-conversion of T4 into the metabolically active T3 hormone in the liver and intestine that could cause thyroid symptoms. 7 Thyroid cellular receptor dysfunction due to high cortisol, vitamin A deficiency, over-conversion to T3 and other reasons preventing the thyroid hormone from entering into the cell and perform its metabolic action. 5 Essentials Of Effective Hypothyroidism Treatment Plan 1 The proper thyroid testing and diagnosis are the key to establish your effective hypothyroidism treatment plan. 2 Your diet has a big influence on your thyroid function. There are certain foods that support or suppress the production of thyroid hormones, immune system and sabotage your weight loss efforts.Most hypothyroid patients have food allergies, malabsorption and nutritional deficiencies such as low vitamin D, selenium, B12 and other vitamins of group B, iron and magnesium. 3 If you have thyroid imbalance, you are most likely to have other hormonal problems, blood sugar dysregulation and being under stress that work against your thyroid. Without addressing these issues you risk never stabilize your thyroid function. 4 Your gut and liver function play the key role in conversions of inactive T4 into the active T3 thyroid hormone. If you have digestive issues and/or sluggish liver your body cannot convert thyroid hormones effectively and you can continue to have hypothyroid symptoms does not matter how much thyroid medication you take. 5 Consider environmental toxins as a contributing factor to your thyroid dysfunction. We all are exposed to chemicals and toxins, however those who have effective detoxification process enjoy a better health. Minimizing exposure and supporting detoxification pathways can help to support your thyroid gland. Video Tags: hypothyroidism how to treat hypothyroidism treating hypothyroidism hypothyroidism treatment hypothyroidism natural treatment treatment for hypothyroidism natural treatment for hypothyroidism natural remedies for hypothyroidism hypothyroidism natural remedies
Views: 1869 Richard Holvern
What is a normal TSH?
 
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This video is all about explaining what the TSH is and what it means for your body. Based on newer studies and a critical look at what the TSH is, healthy TSH ranges are probably close to 1.0 (or less). Traditionally the TSH is used as a marker to assess thyroid function in the entire body. The problem with this logic is that the pituitary is unlike the other tissues in your body in terms of how it processes and handles thyroid hormone. It has different deiodinases which breakdown thyroid hormone when compared to other tissues. The TSH, which stands for thyroid stimulating hormone, gives you a great idea as to how responsive your thyroid gland is to thyroid medication but it can't and shouldn't be used as the only way you look at thyroid function in the body. The TSH normally increases when thyroid hormone production is low and decreases when thyroid hormone levels are high. A high TSH is indicative of hypothyroidism while a low TSH is usually indicative of hyperthyroidism (though not always). The TSH is used by most physicians to assess the function of the entire thyroid system but this can lead to many issues in diagnosis. A healthy TSH is probably less than 1.0, even though the reference range usually encompasses 0.5 to 4.5 or 0.5 to 5.0. This large reference range can take into account people of all different ages and health status. If you look at a tighter range which is closer to 0.5 to 1.0 then you can do your best to compare your results to only those people who are healthy. It's possible to have a "normal" TSH but not a "healthy" TSH. In addition, you'll also want to be sure that you combine the TSH test with other lab tests including: - Free T3 - Free t4 - Reverse T3 - Sex hormone binding globulin By ordering these tests you will have more information about how your body is creating and processing thyroid hormone and they can be used in conjunction with the TSH. If you have a high TSH then you may need thyroid medication to help bring it down (medications such as levothyroxine, Synthroid, Tirosint, NDT, etc.). You may be able to naturally bring down your TSH by attempting to optimize the amount of thyroid hormone that your thyroid gland produces and by taking certain supplements. Recommended thyroid supplements to enhance thyroid function: - For thyroid hormone production and conversion: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-adrenal-reset-complex/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/t3-conversion-booster/ - For hair loss: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-hair-regrowth-complex/ - For weight management: https://www.restartmed.com/product/gut-bomb-350-billion/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/functional-fuel-complete/ - For gut health: https://www.restartmed.com/product/ultra-biotic-x100/ - For energy and adrenal health: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-adrenal-reset-complex/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/power-b-complex/ You can read more on my website here: https://www.restartmed.com/ This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high-quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
Views: 53856 Dr. Westin Childs
Thyroid Function Tests : Important Points to Remember
 
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Subscribe to this channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKDwY2bhQtcMUZ3UFdN3Mng?sub_confirmation=1 Thyroid Function Tests : Important Points to Remember Other Endocrinology Lectures: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfBFwAwues0l7OpPoCazPLoOPTkRfUsRR ---------------------------------- Thyroid function tests (TFTs) is a collective term for blood tests used to check the function of the thyroid. TFTs may be requested if a patient is thought to suffer from hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid) or hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid), or to monitor the effectiveness of either thyroid-suppression or hormone replacement therapy. It is also requested routinely in conditions linked to thyroid disease, such as atrial fibrillation and anxiety disorder. A TFT panel typically includes thyroid hormones such as thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH, thyrotropin) and thyroxine (T4), and triiodothyronine (T3) depending on local laboratory policy. Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH, thyrotropin) is generally increased in hypothyroidism and decreased in hyperthyroidism, making it the most important test for early detection of both of these conditions. The result of this assay is suggestive of the presence and cause of thyroid disease, since a measurement of elevated TSH generally indicates hypothyroidism, while a measurement of low TSH generally indicates hyperthyroidism. However, when TSH is measured by itself, it can yield misleading results, so additional thyroid function tests must be compared with the result of this test for accurate diagnosis. TSH is produced in the pituitary gland. The production of TSH is controlled by thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH), which is produced in the hypothalamus. TSH levels may be suppressed by excess free T3 (fT3) or free T4 (fT4) in the blood. Third generation TSH assay is the current requirement for modern standards of care. At present, TSH testing in the United States is typically carried out with automated platforms using advanced forms of immunometric assay. Nonetheless, there is currently no international standard for measurement of thyroid-stimulating hormone. Accurate interpretation takes a variety of factors into account, such as the thyroid hormones i.e. thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3), current medical status (such as pregnancy), certain medications like propylthiouracil, temporal effects including circadian rhythm and hysteresis, and other past medical history. Free thyroxine (fT4) and Free triiodothyronine (fT3) are generally elevated in hyperthyroidism and decreased in hypothyroidism. An increased thyroxine-binding globulin results in an increased total thyroxine and total triiodothyronine without an actual increase in hormonal activity of thyroid hormones. Thyroid hormone uptake (Tuptake or T3 uptake) is a measure of the unbound thyroxine binding globulins in the blood, that is, the TBG that is unsaturated with thyroid hormone. Unsaturated TBG increases with decreased levels of thyroid hormones. The Free Thyroxine Index (FTI or T7) is obtained by multiplying the total T4 with T3 uptake. FTI is considered to be a more reliable indicator of thyroid status in the presence of abnormalities in plasma protein binding. This test is rarely used now that reliable free thyroxine and free triiodothyronine assays are routinely available. The Thyrotroph Thyroid Hormone Sensitivity Index (TTSI, also referred to as Thyrotroph T4 Resistance Index or TT4RI) was developed to enable fast screening for resistance to thyroid hormone. Somewhat similar to the TSH Index it is calculated from equilibrium values for TSH and FT4, however with a different equation. Jostel's TSH index (JTI or TSHI) helps to determine thyrotropic function of anterior pituitary on a quantitative level. It is reduced in thyrotropic insufficiency and in certain cases of non-thyroidal illness syndrome. More: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thyroid_function_tests
TTE46 Thyroxine Binding Globulin
 
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Dr Eric Balcavage discuses Thyroxine Binding Globulin. There is a lot of confusion regarding what it is and what it does. Dr Balcavage lays it out in this video. www.thyroidproblemsdoctor.com
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Gut Bacteria Balancing Strategies w/ Grace Liu, PharmD
 
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Grace Liu, PharmD, discusses how you can further bolster your digestion and gut health with polyphenols, probiotics and getting to know all about your poop habits. She also dives into sex hormone and adrenal balancing tips—this is a good one. Check it out: You can learn more about: - The gut bacteria profile of centenarians and how to achieve happy longevity - Foods to eat to boost foundational gut bacteria - Using the Bristol stool chart to understand gut health This episode is brought to you by: ➢ Health IQ, an insurance company that helps health conscious people like weightlifters, cyclist, keto dieters and vegetarians get lower rates on their life insurance. ➢ Get a Free Quote: http://healthiq.com/HIH Somnifix.com, the world’s only hypoallergenic mouth tape, developed by Harvard Scientists. https://www.somnifix.com Key Timestamps: 02:02 High levels of LPS/Lipopolysaccharide in the blood correlate with many diseases. 03:20 Probiotics have a killing effect upon LPS. Dr Liu has a probiotic which contains anti-parasitic, anti-pathogenic and anti-fungal effects. 03:56 The LPS from enterobacter and gammaproteobacteria are 10,000 fold more pro-inflammatory than our good gut flora. 05:26 There is also a beneficial form of E.coli, which is a probiotic. 08:57 Some gene mutations influence gut bacteria. 13:34 Dr. Liu uses 23 and Me for genetic testing and then uses Sterling Hill’s Sterling’s App, which segments different categories of health and what the mutations are. 15:07 SIBO/small intestinal bacterial overgrowth can be triggered in infancy. 16:25 Antibiotics cause fungal/yeast overgrowth in our guts.. 16:53 To make permanent changes in your gut, you need to change the terrain. 17:29 The ABC bacterium are an anchor: akkermansia, bifidobacterium longum, and clostridiales bacterium. Centenarians have these. 18:04 Anything bitter and barky feeds our gut flora. 19:02 Dr. Liu’s SIBO protocols are very low dose and combined with antifungals, and possibly anti-viral for those with autoimmunity. 20:25 Bifidobacterium longum has a monosaccharide shunt. It turns fructose into EPS/exopolysaccharide as a special food for the rest of your gut flora. 24:38 We should strive to have the digestion of our ancestors. 27:11 Moms with celiac have children with celiac. Their breastmilk is devoid of bifidobacterium longum and there is no diversity in lactobacilli. 29:59 Glyphosate is an oxalate. At a cellular level when they crystalize they damage mitochondria, organelles, and soft tissue. 34:47 Our female ancestors were foragers and ate frequently, receiving at glycolic effect from the environment. 36:25 Everyone should do hormone blood testing. 37:16 The Schwarzbein Principle by Dr. Diana Schwarzbein has been used by Dr. Liu to help heal her own metabolism. 38:20 Fertility Physics 39:33 High Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG) blocks thyroid hormone, testosterone and progesterone receptors. 42:14 Synthetic emulsifiers in supplements, and now in some coconut oil, damage your microvilli. 43:35 The Bristol stool chart: Many conditions, like cancer and autoimmune disease, correlate to our stool pattern. 45:45 Dr. Liu uses a dashboard called Heads Up Health with her clients. 48:26 Dr. Liu’s Desert Island Nutrient: Her choice is thuja, a coniferous tree from the cypress family. 50:41 Dr. Liu’s Elevator Pitch: Put gardens in all elementary schools.
Views: 25433 High Intensity Health
Low Estrogen Symptoms Checklist + Treatment Guide
 
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This video will teach you everything you need to know about low estrogen (for both young and older women). Estrogen is a critical sex hormone found in both men and women. When we talk about estrogen we are almost always referring to estradiol (the most powerful estrogen). This hormone helps regulate important functions in the body such as your weight, how much fat you store (and where), heart disease, bone density, mood and so on. Low levels of estrogen can cause serious and significant symptoms which need to be identified and treated as soon as possible. Testing for low estrogen is easy (compared to high estrogen) and should always be accompanied by progesterone and sex hormone binding globulin. This video also discusses the causes and treatments of low estrogen! Hey guys! I'm Dr. Westin Childs and I focus on thyroid health, hormone balance, and weight loss. I write about thyroid disorders, weight loss, insulin resistance, estrogen/progesterone balance on my blog. I truly believe that hormone balance is the key to managing your weight, your mood and your quality of life which is why I'm so passionate about it. I take a personalized/functional medicine approach to management of conditions. I'm not accepting patients but you can learn more and get plenty of information on my blog! You can learn more about high-quality supplements that I create (and personally use) here: https://www.restartmed.com/shop/ More information, including links to literary studies, in the video and the full blog post, can be found here: https://www.restartmed.com/low-estrogen-symptoms/ You can find more general information on my site here: https://www.restartmed.com/ If you enjoyed this video please subscribe on youtube or leave a comment on my podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/dr-westin-childs-podcast-thyroid-weight-loss-hormones/id1141207688?mt=2 This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high-quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care. Do you have any topics or video ideas? Please say so in the comments below!
Views: 5751 Dr. Westin Childs
Thyroid Disease Basic Details
 
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Salem, Chiropractor Dr. Hulsey Explains Thyroid Binding Globulin
 
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Salem, Chiropractor, Dr. Hulsey Explains Thyroid Binding Globulin and the factors that may influence the amount of thyroid binding globulin. This in turn will impact the amount of free fraction, thyroid hormone. http://www.pain-puzzle.com/
Views: 976 Bryan Hulsey
What Are The Symptoms Of High T3?
 
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T3 test purpose, procedure & risks healthline health t3 url? Q webcache. Symptoms of hyperthyroidism and. I have many hypothyroid symptoms and my basal body temperature is extremely low, 16 may 2017 learn about the signs of overmedication with thyroid some doctors also monitor t4 t3 levels being at high end. T3 overdosing do you know the symptoms? Thyroid fact or free t3 and total test understanding thyroid why should check your types, causes, symptoms, treatment diagnosis dr reverse (rt3) when normal isn't working. Other possible symptoms include weakness and fatigueincreased sensitivity to heat or colddry puffy skin. Your provider may recommend this test if you have signs of a thyroid disorder, including high level t3 occur in pregnancy or with the use birth control 13 sep 2011 hypothyroidism presents some these same symptoms, so it can be difficult for patients to tell whether they are over undermedicated 6 jun 2016 free total t4 is elevated, then medication not effective treating condition and person experiencing your hormones out whack affect energy levels, mood, athletic hormones, hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, t3, tsh, trh 9 feb recognizing essentialities levels actually fluctuate quite bit, but such 10 2017 reverse (rt3) what made when wrong iodine atom that won't respond desiccated treatment (at physicians believe simple. Hand trembling (shaking) hair loss. Missed or light menstrual periods 16 apr 2016 i have high t3's with tsh and t4's in the normal spectrum. It is assumed by many that if a patient on t3 therapy begins having 7 apr 2017 listed below are other symptoms of too much and t4 in your body (hyperthyroidism) anxietynervousness, hyperactivity. T3 test medlineplus medical encyclopedia. One by one my hypothyroidism symptoms disappeared 3 feb 2016 read our article and learn more on medlineplus t3 test. Symptoms of hyperthyroidism and t3 test purpose, procedure & risks healthline. Give the patient a prescription for t4, in form of synthroid or generic levothyroxine, and abnormal levels (high low) thyroid hormone binding proteins (primarily albumin globulin) may cause t3 concentrations storage most abundant, is meant to convert t3, active physical injury, common increased rt3; Illnesses like flu, 'i have very high antibodies, but my tsh, are normal. Dry, irritated, puffy, or bulging eyeshand tremors the side effects of t3 levels that are too high, low, unsteady very similar. When thyroid hormone levels in the body are high, tsh production will 'switch off,' 1 jun 2016 estrogen administration or pregnancy can raise of tbg (thyroxine binding globulin), resulting high total t4 and t3 levels, but 17 sep 2011 people who suffer from hypothyroidism, hashimoto's thyroiditis absence a gland must take replacement hormones 19 aug 2013 when my free reached top quarter normal range, it was like magic. Signs and symptoms of too much thyroid medication verywell. Sweating or sensitivity to high temperatures. T3 clinical t3 (triiodothyronine), tota
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Why Does Testosterone Decrease | The Truth About How to Boost Testosterone- Thomas DeLauer
 
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Click Here to Subscribe: http://Bit.ly/ThomasVid Get Antler Farms Deer Antler Velvet Here: https://www.antlerfarms.com/deer-antler-velvet-overview.htm Website: http://ThomasDelauer.com Why Does Testosterone Decrease? How Testosterone Declines in Men (Physiologically, HPTA Axis, etc) HPTA = Hypothalamic Pituitary Gonadal Axis This axis produces circulating steroids important for male sexual function, fertility and development. Prostate and penis are steroid sensitive organs impacted by the regulation of the HPTA. This reproductive axis consists of three parts: 1. Hypothalamus -Produces GnRH (gonadotropin-releasing hormone) 2. Pituitary Gland -GnRH is sent to the pituitary gland where it stimulates the synthesis and release of gonadotropic hormones LH and FSH. 3. Testis -Gonads carry LH to the testis where they stimulate testosterone production through the testicular Leydig cells -Testosterone is produced by conversion of cholesterol -FSH is crucial for spermatogenesis Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is the activated form of testosterone. 2% of testosterone is free or unbound, with the remainder being bound to SHBG (sex hormone-binding globulin), albumin- and cortisol-binding globulin. Bioavailable testosterone is the testosterone that is not bound to SHBG. Testosterone and DHT act on organs. -Causes development of secondary sexual characteristics -Inhibit secretion of LH and FSH by the pituitary gland, thus stops further testosterone production = negative feedback loop. -There exist androgen receptors in the pituitary and the hypothalamic neurons that bind to testosterone and signal to stop GnRH release Homeostasis is maintained through this loop - once testosterone stops being produced, this inhibited secretion stops and GnRH again causes LH and FSH release to produce further testosterone. As men age, they undergo hormonal level changes: -Testosterone decrease -LH and FSH increase -Other hormones that decrease: T3, insulin, growth hormone/insulin-like growth factor 1, thyroid stimulating hormone -Also an increase in SHBG -Dihydrotestosterone levels are unchanged -Estrogen levels unchanged As men age, the decrease in testosterone paired with the increase in SHBG leads to a decline in free, or bioavailable, testosterone. These hormonal changes start in the 30s and are well established by the 50s. Levels of testosterone vary greatly between men and not all men will be classified as hypogonadal as they age. What causes these hormone changes? 1. Testicular failure due to a decline in Leydig cell mass 2. Hypothalamic-pituitary system, or secondary hypogonadism failure -Believed not to be due to primary hypogonadism (disease of the testes) due to small increase in LH and decrease in responsiveness of LH and FSH to GnRH 3. Change in androgen receptor site sensitivity One can distinguish between those with pituitary disorders or hypothalamic disease by administering GnRH. Those with pituitary disorders will not respond by producing more LH and FSH whereas those with hypothalamic disorders will respond with increased LH and FSH. Numerous studies have shown a positive impact of healthy, dietary fat intake on testosterone levels in men. Cholesterol is tied to the production of sex hormones. Testosterone is created in the Leydig cells when LH triggers the cells to convert cholesterol into testosterone. Cholesterol is the precursor to pregnenolone, which is the precursor of steroid hormones. Pregnenolone is the precursor of progesterone, which is then converted into testosterone (progesterone is also converted into cortisol and aldosterone.) Consume: fatty fish, olive oil, nuts and avocados. References: 1. Age-associated testosterone decline in men: clinical issues for psychiatry http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/doi/full/10.1176/ajp.155.10.1310 2. Pathophysiology course - endocrine module - male gonadal disorders https://www.uthsc.edu/endocrinology/documents/ch08-syllabus-Childress.pdf 3. Cholesterol is the precursor for all steroid hormones http://www.cholesterol-and-health.com/Steroid-Hormones.html 4. Testosterone physiology in resistance exercise and training https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21058750 5. Diet and serum sex levels in healthy men https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6538617 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0022473184902541 * 6. An Introduction to Steroids and Negative Feedback Loops www.jordanhs.portal.rschooltoday.com/page/4498/117/notes/320/1757 7. Testosterone Treatment for Men - T, HCG, ARIMIDEX https://www.menshormonalhealth.com/testosterone-therapy.html 8. The Interaction of Testosterone and Cortisol is Associated with Attained Status in Male Executives http://scholar.harvard.edu/files/jenniferlerner/files/sherman_lerner_testosterone_cortisol.pdf
Views: 356811 Thomas DeLauer
Low Sex Hormone Binding Globulin & Controlling for Estrogen w/Dr John Crisler
 
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Learn more about Optimizing Your Health, Reversing Your Aging Process and All Things Testosterone and TRT: http://trtrevolution.com/. To Get Your FREE Copy of the Amazon Best Selling TRT MANual: http://trtrevolution.com/book When it comes to TRT, if you don’t have enough money, you can’t play the game. Why is TRT such a big solution to a lot of health concerns? How do you handle low sex hormone binding globulin? Why is customized care so important? On this episode, John Crisler answers these questions and gives us more of his awesome expertise. There’s a quantum quality to interventional endocrinology that the numbers and how the guy feels don’t have to match up at all. - John Crisler Three Takeaways Endocrinology is the only field of medicine where they never naturally think of the half life of the medication. If you give too much DHA to a man it turns into testosterone, if you give too much DHA to a woman it turns into testosterone. People on TRT need less SSRIs, Viagra, and diabetes medication. At the start of the show, we talked about how finances are holding people back from TRT, and why he’s an outspoken advocate for it. Next we talked about low sex hormone binding globulin and the degradation of the environment. Towards the end of the show, we discussed advanced strategies for TRT. Dr John also spoke about; Why physicians aren’t controlling for estrogen Why men with lower sex hormone binding globulin need more shots Why everyone needs customized care HRT for women Why some men do well on HCG and others don’t People are still debating whether testosterone is good or bad, but we’ve seen so much evidence of the impact it can have on someone’s health. The need for diabetes medication, SSRIs and other medication is diminished by TRT. The use of testosterone with a progressive physician who knows what they’re doing, will solve a great many ills, but the truth of the matter is, everyone requires customized care.   Guest Bio "Dr John" Crisler is a world renowned author and expert on testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), having created several treatment protocols which have changed the way physicians everywhere care for their patients. There are good reasons why men have travelled to be seen by him from every state as well as dozens of foreign countries: "Dr John" successfully treats the tough cases. Go to allthingsmale.com for more information. To Listen to the Audio Version of The TRT MANual http://amzn.to/2exRnf7 To GET Your Blood Levels CHEKD From Your Home or Office: http://chekd.com/trtrevolution Feel the Focus of the World's Most Powerful OTC Nootropic-EMF http://www.optimizedlifenutrition.com To Optimize Your Life from Every Conceivable Angle http://trtrevolution.com/coaching
Views: 6619 TOT Revolution
Thyroid System Animation
 
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This short video illustrates how the thyroid system works together with other systems in your body. It is a simplified explanation of how T4 is converted into T3 by your body, and also shows how your gut and liver can play a huge role in your "thyroid" symptoms. UPDATE: FREE THYROID WEBINAR -- Follow Here to Register 👉 http://bit.ly/316webinar
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♂️ Clinical Facts About Ketogenic Diets, Testosterone Levels & Sex Drive
 
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The easiest and fastest way to improve your hormones, increase your testosterone and decrease female hormones: 👉🏻 http://drsam.co/yt/ImproveYourHormones You can also see how you can improve your testosterone levels naturally: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbNyVIqZ36s Or these 5 proven ways to fix premature ejaculation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56JiN54B5lU Refferences: 1. Yancy, WS et al. A Low-Carbohydrate, Ketogenic Diet versus a Low-Fat Diet To Treat Obesity and Hyperlipidemia. Annals of Internal Medicine. 2004; 140: 769-777 2. Neal, EG et al. The ketogenic diet for the treatment of childhood epilepsy: a randomised controlled trial. The Lancet. Neurology. 2008; 7(6): 500-6 3. Lane, AR et al. Influence of dietary carbohydrate intake on the free testosterone: cortisol ratio responses to short-term intensive exercise training. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2010; 108(6): 1125-31 4. Gleeson, M et al. Modification of immune responses to exercise by carbohydrate, glutamine and anti-oxidant supplements. Immunology and Cell Biology (2000) 78, 554–561 5. Anderson, KE et al. Diet-hormone interactions: protein/carbohydrate ratio alters reciprocally the plasma levels of testosterone and cortisol and their respective binding globulins in man. Life Sci. 1987; 40(18): 1761-8 6. Roland, AV et al. Regulation of gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons by glucose. Trends Endocrinol Metab. 2011; 22(11): 443-9 ======================================= ♂️ Clinical Facts About Ketogenic Diets, Testosterone Levels & Sex Drive ======================================= Ketogenic diets are “back again” in the “diet” world. Every week I get asked about how ketogenic diets affect testosterone levels Cholesterol weight loss thyroid levels blood sugar so on and so forth. However, today I want to discuss the real truth and clinical facts about how ketogenic diets affect your testosterone levels and thus, your muscle mass, fat loss, mood and sex drive. And why should you listen to me?... well, other than the fact I’m an anti-aging, endocrinology (hormone) doctor… I actually did my first ketogenic diet almost 25 years ago! I also helped write a book about this topic a couple decades ago. And I had spoken to one of pioneer doctors about this topic, Dr. Atkins … and how it affected his patients - both in the short and long run. So… you can say I’m a bit of an “expert” and have “been there, done that”. And bring up this topic today because Timothy asked in one of my video comments: “I’ve been following a ketogenic diet for the past 5-6 weeks and I wanted to know if it makes my testosterone levels better or worse? I ask because I am losing weight and I felt good the first couple of weeks. But I’ll be honest with you, I kinda feel like crap now. I think the weight I’m losing is a lot more muscle and my sex drive is down the toilet!” I’m glad Timothy brought this up because what he is going through is typical and it’s even worse for women and I’ll explain why and how you can fix this in today’s video... So in regards to testosterone levels - yes, ketogenic diets can dramatically drop your levels and screw up a lot of your hormones, especially your stress hormone, cortisol.1,3 So as cortisol goes up, your testosterone goes down. And for women, it also causes hormonal imbalances and can really mess up their menstrual cycles long term. I’ve seen these negative hormonal changes over and over again during the years, including on myself. I personally feel horrible on Ketogenic diets. Granted, some people like them. But hormonally speaking, the majority of blood tests I’ve seen over the years, almost always caused negative changes in your youth hormones - especially your testosterone and cortisol ratios. In fact, a study showed that just reducing your carbohydrates down to 30% of your calories, testosterone levels dropped by 36%!5 And this was just 30% of calories - A ketogenic diet is only 5% carbohydrates, so can just imagine how much LOWER your testosterone will be. In fact, the results are even worse with Olympic athletes and weight lifters.4 So What’s The Solution IF you really want to follow a ketogenic diet, do one that’s cyclical. Maybe 5 days on, 2 days off… where you “carb up” during the 2 days “off”. And limited the ketogenic diet for only a few weeks or a couple of months at the most, until your reach your goal. If you want to follow it long-term, just monitor your hormones, how you look and feel. Remember, carbohydrates aren’t evil. There are “good” and “bad” carbs. ========================================­ Thank you for watching. Please feel free to comment, like or share with your friends. Subscribe to Dr.Sam Robbins's official Youtube channel http://drsam.co/yt/subscribe Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DrSamRobbins Visit Dr.Sam Robbins's blog for more information on your health! http://www.drsamrobbins.com/ ======================================== Thanks DrSamRobbins
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Dr. John Crisler - What your doctor doesn't know about your thyroid could hurt you
 
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The importance of working with an experienced expert when testing your true levels of thyroid hormone. If you're not getting the results you need from your medicine, learn why here.
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WHY 98% OF YOUR TESTOSTERONE IS USELESS !!! ● SHBG ●
 
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How to free your testosterone by lowering Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG). Dont worry too much about Albumin (the other f*cker). ● Join The Movement and Buy The Team3DAlpha Shirts Here: http://team3dalpha.spreadshirt.com/ ● Contact Me Facebook (personal): Jonathan Migan Facebook Fan Page: https://goo.gl/O20C0K Instagram: https://goo.gl/yIXaot Play Station Network: Jerubbaal89 ● Lazy Lion's Channel (Matt) https://www.youtube.com/user/Truthseeker182 ● Rights and Disclaimers Intro & Outro: by Laurent Caccia www.youtube.com/laurentcaccia ● Art & Logos: by Volen Cherkezov https://www.facebook.com/InPursuitOfArtVolenCK https://www.youtube.com/user/InPursuitOfArt1 http://www.inpursuitofart.com/blog ●Badass Lion shot by Atif Saeed ● Music and SICK Beats By TrillLouie: http://www.youtube.com/user/ytlouietunez Email: Thisizgenius@gmail.com Copyright: I have the permission to use all the music and logos in the video. Disclaimer: The advice on my channel and all my videos MUST NOT be substituted under any circumstances for medical, legal, or financial advice. It is mainly my opinion based on personal research and experiences. I am not a licensed professional. Also, contact your physician before starting any nutritional or training program.
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6-SECRETS TO HEALING MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (MS) THAT YOUR NEUROLOGIST DOESN’T WANT YOU TO KNOW!!!
 
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6-SECRETS TO HEALING MS THAT YOUR NEUROLOGIST DOESN’T WANT YOU TO KNOW!!! 1: STEM CELL THERAPY 2: FUNCTIONAL NEUROLOGY 3: GENETIC TESTING 4: HOMEOPATHY 5: COMPLETE BLOOD WORK 6: DIET AND LIFESTYLE WATCH THIS REVOLUTIONARY, GROUND BREAKING VIDEO NOW! WHAT MAKES THE OPTIMAL HEALTH STEM CELL AND WELLNESS INSTITUTE DIFFERENT FROM EVERY OTHER STEM CELL CLINIC? #1: REMOVAL OF UNDERLYING INFECTIONS AND CHEMICALS! THIS IS A MUST! We have specific protocols to remove underlying infections and chemicals from the body. Many chronic pain or chronic disease patients have infections or chemicals still lodged in the body that are at the root cause of their condition. Our specific protocols help to eliminate them. No other stem cell clinic has our protocols! This is why there are failures with chronic pain or disease and stem cell therapy, The infections or chemicals that CAUSED the condition in the first place are not being removed from the body! #2: COMPLETE BLOOD WORK! Complete blood work to reduce underlying infections, chemicals and inflammation! We do a Complete Metabolic Panel (blood sugar, liver, adrenal, gut, kidney and gall bladder function.) a CBC with auto diff (breaks down the red and white blood cells), a compete Lipid Panel (cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL, LDL, and Cholesterol/HDL ratio) and a complete Thyroid Panel (your thyroid DRIVES your metabolism...TSH, Free T3, Free T4, Total T4, Free Thyroixine Index or FTI, T3 Uptake, TPO or ATA, TGB or ATG, TBG or Thyroxine Binding Globulin and Reverse T3). #3: COMPLETE HORMONE TESTING! You NEED cholesterol because it allows your body to make hormones! Your body uses cholesterol to make pregnenolone. Pregnenolone is THE MOTHER HORMONE of which ALL other hormones are made (estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, cortisol, DHEA, etc). Pregnenolone is VERY important for brain function because it is the FAT that makes up the brain so it BOOSTS cognitive function. With normal levels of pregnenolone, you can expect improved memory and learning capacity. Pregnenolone stimulates sleep and if your cholesterol is too high, it lowers cholesterol! It is VERY important for your nerves because it makes up the myelin sheath. This is WHY hormone testing from www.dutchtest.com and blood work is VERY IMPORTANT because it will help the patient heal faster! #4: PLATELET RICH PLASMA OR PRP! We use PRP with a nebulizer as a home therapy to help the stem cells heal the body and reduce inflammation! This is especially helpful with lung disease patients. We also may use it with other chronic disease patients. #5: INTRATHECAL INJECTIONS! We use intrathecal injections into the spine with chronic neurological patients like MS, Parkinson’s and stroke rehab patients. An intrathecal injection allows the stem cells to cross the blood-brain barrier. Having the stem cells cross the blood-brain barrier helps the neurological patient to heal faster! #6: ALL 3-STEM CELL PROTOCOLS! We are familiar with ALL 3-Stem Cell Therapy Protocols…amniotic, adipose, and bone marrow! To be frank, we have found through using stem cell therapy on hundreds of patients that adipose or fat derived stem cell therapy is by far the best! #7: HIGH NUMBER OF ADMINISTERED STEM CELLS! Extremely High Number of IV administered Stem Cells! 60 ml = 2 million stem cells! #8: HIGHLY TRAINED STAFF! Our staff is highly trained! We continue to go to conferences and seminars to implement the latest advances. #9: GENETIC TESTING! We do Genetic Testing! Please go to www.drjgeneticsupport.com and watch the video! #10: FOUR -POINT THERAPY PROGRAM! Include our 4-Point Therapy Program! Go to www.drj4pointtherapyprogram.com. PEMF, laser therapy and Hako-Med therapy help the stem cells grow (proliferate) and turn into other cells (differentiate) #11: COMPOUNDING PHARMACY! We use a compounding pharmacy for our specific patient needs! Whether for LDN (Low Dose Naltrexone) or a topical cream to reduce pain, specific formulas can be produced for the patient! Our compounding pharmacy is one of top compounding pharmacies in the country, Home Town Pharmacy in Sun Prairie, WI. www.hometownpharmacy.com #12: ACUPUNCTURE! Acupuncture has been shown to help stem cells grow and turn into other cells. Our on-site acupuncturist uses a specific type of acupuncture to allow stem cells to grow and differentiate. #13: IV THERAPY! We use IV therapy to infuse vital nutrients like glutathione (the body’s master anti-oxidant) and other essential vitamins and minerals. IV therapy will bypass barriers to absorption and supercharge the body with therapeutic levels of healing nutrients. .
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Why you Should Check your SHBG with Testosterone
 
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Dr. Drew Timmermans, NMD video https://youtu.be/OjiiLhDLbVg Part 1:SHBG study https://youtu.be/pPWJKbeUslk Today we continue our study of SHGB. This entire month will be focused on SHBG. Tomorrow we will talk about what causes low SHBG. http://www.MyLabFax.com https://www.facebook.com/mylabfax/ https://www.instagram.com/mylabfax/
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Adrenal Fatigue Related Health Conditions
 
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http://www.drlam.com/blog/adrenal-fatigue-related-health-conditions-2/2854/ - The normal stress response by the adrenal gland is to increase the blood sugar level. However, glucose release is slowed as the output of cortisol reduces during later stages of Adrenal Fatigue, such as what happens in adrenal exhaustion. - Hypoglycemia itself is a significant stress on the entire body, especially on the adrenal, so you have a vicious cycle that goes on. While this can be overcome by sugar fixes initially, in mild Adrenal Fatigue – and that’s why people take Coca-Cola, or Pepsi Cola, or pop drinks, as well as donuts or juices to give themselves that little boost, this is only a quick fix, and usually the symptoms will come back after only a short time, usually within one or two hours. - Hypoglycemia is also related to the autonomic nervous system dysfunction. Secondly, we have a musculoskeletal system breakdown. Now, collagen and protein are broken down in a catabolic state of function during Adrenal Fatigue. This can lead to chronic pain syndromes, joint pain, chronic fatigue, and fibromyalgia. - As cortisol goes up, one of the side effects of this hormone is the breakdown of protein, resulting in an overall net catabolic state, meaning the amount of buildup of the muscle is less than the amount of breakdown, so as a result, broken down muscles are not adequately replaced. Collagen is broken down without significant replenishment. Outwardly, wrinkles start to develop as premature aging sets in. Internally, organs and muscle breakdowns tends to lead to chronic muscle and joint pains of unknown origin, especially after strenuous exercise or heavy lifting. - Adrenal Fatigue therefore is often associated with poor ability to digest protein, as well as the gastrointestinal systems tend to slow down. This will only add to the musculoskeletal pain and syndromes. It should come, therefore, as no surprise that that secondary fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue are commonly associated with adrenal exhaustion. - Because Adrenal Fatigue can lead to insomnia, sleep disturbances, brain fog, anxiety and depression if the central nervous system is involved. Peripheral nervous system dysfunction is often associated with orthostatic hypertension, dizziness, lightheadedness, temperature intolerance, fainting spells, tingling and numbness sensation of extremities, as well as sweating disregulation. - Chronic lack of sleep is strongly associated with decreased immunity, as well, and impaired glucose intolerance, as well as the decreased alertness and concentration. Cortisol, DHEA, testosterone, and estrogen are key hormones produced by the adrenals, - Those with advanced Adrenal Fatigue are strongly associate with an increase in fear, anxiety, depression, as well as difficulty concentrating. - A lot of people also complain of brain fog, which is a mental state where the memory becomes clouded or unclear. The exact physiology is not clear, but it’s postulated that excessive metabolite buildup in the brain over time, due to poor clearance is a major factor. It brings up a point that many people try to do detoxification to get themselves better from Adrenal Fatigue, but improper detoxification can make the body worse, and make brain fog more decompensated, and also can even trigger a retoxification reaction, if not done carefully. - Oftentimes what happens during Adrenal Fatigue, is what’s responsible for many of the common symptoms, including heart palpitations, blood pressure irregularity, as well as sweating. - You can also have estrogen and progesterone imbalances leading to a continuum of estrogen dominance, such as PMS, endometriosis, PCOS, fibrocystic breast disease, breast cancer, as well as irregular menstrual cycles. Hormone imbalances can also include thyroid imbalances, which are very common, as you can see. Adrenal Fatigue is commonly associated with secondary hyperthyroidism, where the thyroid laboratory tests may be normal, but the person is clinically sub-functioning in terms of high thyroid, and can be considered hypothyroid. There can also be cortical hormone imbalances, such as aldosterone imbalances, leading to irregular blood pressure, as well as salt and fluid retention problems. - There could be androgen imbalances, including masculinization effects from testosterone, with symptoms such as seborrhea, dermatitis, acne, hirsutism, as well as velvety light brown to black markings, usually on the neck. In men, a low libido is often associated. - We have immune system dysfunctions with symptoms such as allergies. The weaker the adrenal, the stronger the effects of allergens because of the histamine release, and the less the cortisol is being secreted. Therefore, you have less anti-inflammatory response. Number two, you also have autoimmune disease. These become more prevalent, such as Hashimoto’s disease, as well as rheumatoid arthritis, because of the cortisol effect.
Views: 19945 DrLam.com
What is SERUM ALBUMIN? What does SERUM ALBUMIN mean? SERUM ALBUMIN meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is SERUM ALBUMIN? What does SERUM ALBUMIN mean? SERUM ALBUMIN meaning, definition & explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Serum albumin, often referred to simply as blood albumin, is an albumin (a type of globular protein) found in vertebrate blood. Human serum albumin is encoded by the ALB gene. Other mammalian forms, such as bovine serum albumin, are chemically similar. Serum albumin is produced by the liver, occurs dissolved in blood plasma and is the most abundant blood protein in mammals. Albumin is essential for maintaining the oncotic pressure needed for proper distribution of body fluids between blood vessels and body tissues; without albumin, the high pressure in the blood vessels would force more fluids out into the tissues. It also acts as a plasma carrier by non-specifically binding several hydrophobic steroid hormones and as a transport protein for hemin and fatty acids. Too much or too little circulating serum albumin may be harmful. Albumin in the urine usually denotes the presence of kidney disease. Occasionally albumin appears in the urine of normal persons following long standing (postural albuminuria). Albumin functions primarily as a carrier protein for steroids, fatty acids, and thyroid hormones in the blood and plays a major role in stabilizing extracellular fluid volume by contributing to oncotic pressure (known also as colloid osmotic pressure) of plasma. Because smaller animals (for example rats) function at a lower blood pressure, they need less oncotic pressure to balance this, and thus need less albumin to maintain proper fluid distribution. Albumin is synthesized in the liver as preproalbumin which has an N-terminal peptide that is removed before the nascent protein is released from the rough endoplasmic reticulum. The product, proalbumin, is in turn cleaved in the Golgi vesicles to produce the secreted albumin.
Views: 19560 The Audiopedia
Testosterone "Mystery Molecule" 2: SHBG
 
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Sex-hormone-binding-globulin (SHBG) is puzzle to many. It governs how much free T is available to the cell androgen (T) receptors to produce T effects. Many men have normal Total T, but are disappointed with their low Free T. The problem is T is bound to too much SHBG. This video discuss ways to treat SHBG problems - both High and Low SHBG
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Migraine Treatment Success Secret #10 Thyroid Binding Globulin
 
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http://www.zfwc.com Dr. Adam Zuckerman offers a natural approach to treating chronic and hard to fix health conditions using neurology, chiropractic and functional medicine and nutrition. If you're suffering from neurological problems, chronic pain, peripheral neuropathy, thyroid or fibromyalgia, contact Zuckerman Family Wellness Center: 280 Jog Road, Boynton Beach, FL 33472, Phone: 561-752-4646, website: http://www.zfwc.com -- Adam Zuckerman, DC, BCIM, CGP, board eligible Clinical Nutritionist
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Hypercalcemia - causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology
 
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What is hypercalcemia? Hypercalcemia's a condition in which there are higher than normal levels of free ionized calcium in the blood. Find more videos at http://osms.it/more. Hundreds of thousands of current & future clinicians learn by Osmosis. We have unparalleled tools and materials to prepare you to succeed in school, on board exams, and as a future clinician. Sign up for a free trial at http://osms.it/more. Subscribe to our Youtube channel at http://osms.it/subscribe. Get early access to our upcoming video releases, practice questions, giveaways, and more when you follow us on social media: Facebook: http://osms.it/facebook Twitter: http://osms.it/twitter Instagram: http://osms.it/instagram Our Vision: Everyone who cares for someone will learn by Osmosis. Our Mission: To empower the world’s clinicians and caregivers with the best learning experience possible. Learn more here: http://osms.it/mission Medical disclaimer: Knowledge Diffusion Inc (DBA Osmosis) does not provide medical advice. Osmosis and the content available on Osmosis's properties (Osmosis.org, YouTube, and other channels) do not provide a diagnosis or other recommendation for treatment and are not a substitute for the professional judgment of a healthcare professional in diagnosis and treatment of any person or animal. The determination of the need for medical services and the types of healthcare to be provided to a patient are decisions that should be made only by a physician or other licensed health care provider. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you have regarding a medical condition.
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The Real Reasons Doctors Don't Check Antibody Levels in Hypothyroid Patients
 
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http://www.HypothyroidRevolution.org - Hypothyroidism is a deficiency of thyroid hormone and is one of most common thyroid problems in the Western countries. Estimated 4 percent of the adult American population has an underactive thyroid function which is primarily caused by autoimmune thyroid condition called Hashimotos disease. http://www.HypothyroidRevolution.org Women are affected six times more frequently than men. In addition to autoimmune Hashimotos disease, there are numerous other causes of thyroid dysfunction that can result in hypothyroid symptoms despite of the normal lab test results. Unfortunately, the following 7 causes of hypothyroidism cannot be identified using conventional blood tests and most likely will be missed by your conventional doctor: 1 Autoimmune Hashimoto's disease is the most common cause of hypothyroidism in industrialized countries, however most conventional doctors do not check for it. 2 Hypothalamus dysfunction that is difficult to establish and could not be seen on the thyroid tests. 3 Pituitary dysfunction that means the pituitary gland cannot send a message to the thyroid gland to produce more thyroid hormone when it needed. 4 Thyroid gland dysfunction when the gland itself does not work properly and could not produce enough thyroid hormone to meet body's needs. 5 Elevated Thyroid-binding globulin (TBG) due to hormonal imbalances caused by birth control pills, menopause or hormone replacement therapy with estrogen. TGB binds thyroid hormone and prevents it from the entering the cell and/or conversion into the active T3 form. The person will have hypothyroid symptoms despite normal lab test results. 6 Over- or under-conversion of T4 into the metabolically active T3 hormone in the liver and intestine that could cause thyroid symptoms. 7 Thyroid cellular receptor dysfunction due to high cortisol, vitamin A deficiency, over-conversion to T3 and other reasons preventing the thyroid hormone from entering into the cell and perform its metabolic action. 5 Essentials Of Effective Hypothyroidism Treatment Plan 1 The proper thyroid testing and diagnosis are the key to establish your effective hypothyroidism treatment plan. 2 Your diet has a big influence on your thyroid function. There are certain foods that support or suppress the production of thyroid hormones, immune system and sabotage your weight loss efforts.Most hypothyroid patients have food allergies, malabsorption and nutritional deficiencies such as low vitamin D, selenium, B12 and other vitamins of group B, iron and magnesium. 3 If you have thyroid imbalance, you are most likely to have other hormonal problems, blood sugar dysregulation and being under stress that work against your thyroid. Without addressing these issues you risk never stabilize your thyroid function. 4 Your gut and liver function play the key role in conversions of inactive T4 into the active T3 thyroid hormone. If you have digestive issues and/or sluggish liver your body cannot convert thyroid hormones effectively and you can continue to have hypothyroid symptoms does not matter how much thyroid medication you take. 5 Consider environmental toxins as a contributing factor to your thyroid dysfunction. We all are exposed to chemicals and toxins, however those who have effective detoxification process enjoy a better health. Minimizing exposure and supporting detoxification pathways can help to support your thyroid gland. Video Tags: hypothyroidism how to treat hypothyroidism treating hypothyroidism hypothyroidism treatment hypothyroidism natural treatment treatment for hypothyroidism natural treatment for hypothyroidism natural remedies for hypothyroidism hypothyroidism natural remedies
Views: 137 Rayan Dobre
Antithyroglobulin Antibody - Detecting Thyroid and Autoimmune Disorders (in Hindi)
 
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एंटी थायरोग्लोबुलिन टेस्ट क्या होता है? यह टेस्ट क्यों किया जाता है? इस टेस्ट से पहले कोई सावधानी ली जाती है? इस टेस्ट से हमें क्या जानकारी मिलती है? इस टेस्ट के रिजल्ट को कैसे पढ़ा जाता है? डॉ. अंकुश बता रहीं हैं antithyroglobulin टेस्ट के बारे में । Antithyroglobulin antibody test is performed to determine if a patient is suffering from thyroid or autoimmune disorders. Dr. Ankush illustrates about this test, its procedure and how the results are interpreted. Watch!
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Stress and Cortisol: The Root of Hypothyroidism
 
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Download your FREE 7-part audio series on "How to heal your adrenals and thyroid with food" - http://bit.ly/1EpIflj FREE 15min Consultation: http://eastwesthealing.com/get-start-with-a-private-consultation Cortisol is a GLUCO-corticoid that regulates blood glucose (availability of fuel), blood pressure, insulin release, immune function and inflammation. Stress triggers adrenal hormones (cortisol, etc). This triggers the “flight or flight” response, which lowers thyroid hormone. BOOM Cortisol decreases TSH, lowering thyroid hormone. Chronically, this is what is seen in Hashimoto’s. Cortisol inhibits thyroid hormone conversion and increase rT3. The other most significant indirect effect the adrenals have on thyroid function is via their influence on blood sugar. High or low cortisol can cause hypoglycemica, hyperglycemia or both. Blood sugar imbalances cause hypothyroid symptoms. Adrenal stress has a lot to do with thyroid function. In order for thyroid hormone circulating in blood to have a physiological effect, it must first activate receptors on cells. Inflammatory cytokines (“fight or flight”) have been shown to effect these receptor cites. "If you’re familiar with insulin resistance, where the cells gradually lose their sensitivity to insulin, this is a similar pattern. It’s as if the thyroid hormone is knocking on the cell’s door, but the cells don’t answer. A perfect example of this in practice is the Hashimoto’s patient who is taking replacement hormones but still suffers from hypothyroid symptoms – often in spite of repeated changes in the dose and type of medication. In these patients, inflammation is depressing thyroid receptor site sensitivity and producing hypothyroid symptoms, even though lab markers like TSH, T4 and T3 may be normal.” -Cammi Balleck, Ph.D When the endocrine (adrenal glands, etc) are put under continual stress day after day, week after week, month after…you get my point, our endocrine system becomes very tired and warn out. Usually what happens is most of the glands begin to produce less and less of what they normally do in order to create balance within the system. Said it before…you can’t be hypothyroid (regulates the burning of fuel) without being hypo adrenal (regulates the availability of that fuel). Time line…chronic stress – decreases the livers ability to store glycogen and clear excess estrogen – excess estrogen stimulates the stress reaction but also increases Thyroid Binding Globulin (TBG). TBG is a protein that thyroid hormone is attached to in the body. When TBG is high more thyroid hormone becomes bound to it…its inactive. This usually shows up in a lab as low FREE T3 and or T4. ================================================ Click Below To SUBSCRIBE for more Videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=joshrubineastwest ==================================================== Facebook: @eastwesthealing IG: @realfoodgangstas =====================================================
Views: 724 EastWest Healing