monas, 29 January 2012 11:41  this question feed

Thyroid ki pehchan kya hai.or thyroid se kya nuksan ho sakta hai

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The thyroid gland which is a part of endocrine system, located in the front of the neck, below the voice box and produces hormones for maintaining body metabolism and it control depends on pituitary gland coordination.There are four types of thyroid related diseases such as Hyperthyroidism or too much thyroid hormone, Hypothyroidism or too little thyroid hormone, Benign or noncancerous thyroid disease, and Thyroid cancer are the main disorders. Though there many other related complaints.So, when you have any kind of symptoms related to thyroid complaints, they have to consult a doctor and check for thyroid profile and appropriate treatment can be taken accordingly. Natural remedies like ayurveda, siddha, and other system of Indian system of medicines such as Siddha, homeopathy, which are helpful and Yoga and pranayama is also helpful for treating this type of disorders.

Following medicines are used generally for thyroid related complaint basically to maintain proper functioning such as Divya Kanchanar Guggulu, Divya Medohar Vati which are helpful for maintaining glandular function.

With regards, Dr.Vijay.

posted by Dr.Vijay on 29 January 2012

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