Low Thyroid Can Cause a Black Depression, Joan Mathews Larson, PhD


Low thyroid can cause a Black Depression, Joan Mathews Larson, PhD – fatnews.com Hi, this isLarry Hobbs @ FatNews.com. LarryHobbs@fatnews.com In this video clip, Joan Mathews Larson notes that in patients she has seen with depression caused by low thyroid, they have a Black Depression. She also notes that low thyroid function can cause • Headaches… • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome • Menieres Disease (disease of the inner ear which can affect hearing and balance) • Vertigo (may fall frequently) • Tinnitus (ringing in the ears) • Loss of coordination • Dizziness • Agitated Depression • Memory Loss • Cant sleep • Bipolar Disorders… • Brain Fog… She notes this was taken from the book by DeGroot, The Thyroid and Its Diseases, 1996. Physical manifestations of low thyroid function include • Arthritis… • Muscle aches • Cold extremities • Puffy face • Weight gain • TMJ because of arthritic changes in the muscles and joints of the jaw • Chronic fatigue • Joint stiffness • High cholesterol levels Main stream medicine also notes that thyroid can be useful in cases of treatment-resistant depression, although I dont know how often this is used, because I never read about it or hear doctors talking about using it to help their patients. I will also post some audio clips from a speech by Mark Starr, MD, author of the book Type 2 Hypothyroidism. He tells a story about a woman who had taken 5 grains of thyroid per day, which is a large dose—one grain is equal to 65 mg—but when she went to a new doctor, he told her, Thats too much. You cant take 5 grains. So


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