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after medical treatment & exercise within how many days thyroid go ? ayurveda is suitable for thyroid treatment ?

By February 18, 2010 - 1:35am
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suffering dibetics, thyroid, piles problem

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Dear Mahendra

Thank you for your question and welcome!

In order to help you more, we need further information from you. When you ask "how many days thyroid go..?" can you explain that a little more? We simply need more information.

Do you have a thyroid that is HYPER or HYPO? Do you have thyroid cancer? Can you tell us what medical treatment you already had? Unless we know the specific thyroid condition you have, it's difficult to help you or guide you in the best way.

In terms of Ayurveda being good for helping with thyroid conditions, it certainly may help in a complimentary sense for people, depending on what exactly is wrong with each individual's unique case.

Are you thinking of using the Salakyam method that focuses on the area above the chest?
Have you used Ayurveda methods before? There are certain dangerous aspects, like sweat boxes and possibly dangerous herbs and heavy metal contamination but many mainstream medicines use medications that can also be toxic. In general (including in the West) some Ayurveda methods are held in high regard but make sure you use formulas and techniques that are very low in metals (due to selling to other parts of the world, machines are used to manufacture formulas, and contamination with metals (including arsenic) is common.) Make sure the options you chose don't include this kind of manufacturing method.

Make sure your mainstream doctors and Ayurveda practitioners are both aware of exactly what the other is doing and what kind of therapies and medications are being used. Don't use each kind of health care separately; you need to make sure that both methods (mainstream and traditional) are intertwined.

Thank you for this great question and we wish you the very best. Please update us with some answers for our questions and we look forward to hearing more from you soon!


February 19, 2010 - 1:48pm
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