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Topic: The Thyro-Adrenal Connection: When the Patient’s Metabolism Shows Signs of Low Thyroid, But Blood Tests Are Normal
Most practitioners have seen that it is not uncommon for middle-aged patients (especially women) to show signs of an underactive thyroid, based upon symptoms of fatigue, difficulty in losing weight, easy weight gain, cold hands and feet, skin texture changes, lowered resistance to infection, changes to their hair (including losing hair), etc. Yet, upon medical testing, blood tests often indicate that the patient’s TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone), T3 and T4 tests are within the accepted normal range.
However, medical experts, who are members of the Life Extension Foundation and the American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine, maintain that the accepted normal range of TSH, as well as free and total T3 and T4 in the blood, do not represent optimal levels for these hormones. As such, many middle-aged adults are walking around suffering from symptoms of sub-optimal thyroid function (thyroid dysfunction) and are not being managed properly.
In this webinar, Dr. Meschino reviews the physiology behind this subject and shows you how to establish the diagnosis of thyroid dysfunction. He also shows you how to provide your patients with nutritional medicine strategies that can help reverse this problem, and even overcome resistance to thyroid hormone function induced by stress and adrenal stress hormones (a very common complicating factor).
Time: September 28th, 2021 12:15 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)