Hypothyroidism is a condition where the thyroid gland doesn’t produce enough thyroid hormones, leading to slowed metabolism and affecting various body systems. The thyroid gland produces hormones like thyroxine and triiodothyronine, which regulate metabolism and energy production. In Ayurveda, hypothyroidism is caused by an imbalance in the body’s doshas and Agni, affecting metabolism. Treatment at AyurVAID involves a whole-person approach to restore Agni functions and reset metabolism through hypothyroid treatment, panchakarma therapies, personalized diet and lifestyle recommendations, stress reduction techniques, herbal formulations, detoxification procedures, and practices promoting physical and mental well-being.

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Significant reduction in pain levels

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Increased flexibility 

Increased muscular strength

Improved circulation

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Outcomes of Hypothyroidism with Kerala Ayurveda

Metabolism correction
Regulate hormone levels
Weight management
Improved energy levels
Stress Reduction

Our Approach To Over Hypothyroidism

AyurVAID’s classical Ayurveda treatment protocols address the root cause of diseases. Our Ayurveda doctors assess symptoms, and history, and understand the patient’s condition based on Ayurveda parameters. AyurVAID’s hypothyroidism treatment focuses on regulating metabolism and regaining health. Diagnosis is done through blood investigations, ultrasounds, and condition analysis. Treatment plans are individualized based on symptoms and severity, focusing on patient-centricity.

Hypothyroidism with Ayurveda

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