Low Thyroid & Hypothyroid

Category: Hormonal System

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Adrenaline is the fight and flight hormone and can produce heat in a defensive situation. The thyroid gland, however, is responsible for daily body temperature and metabolism. If one is stuck in defense from an old trauma, the body will neurologically recruit adrenaline all the time, and purposely turn down the neurological command to the thyroid gland. Why waste energy having two glands do the same job?

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Question 1:

"I get cold hands and feet and have low energy. My doctor says my thyroid is running low and put me on medications. I don't want to be on these medications for the rest of my life. Is there a reason my thyroid is low?"

Answer 1:

As most people have had a childhood injury which disorganized their nervous system, the body will stay heightened in its energy supply to the defense system until properly corrected. It subsequently draws power away from the hormonal system, and any combination of the above listed problems can arise over time. The priority is to first correct and disarm the nervous system out of the defense injury using the Neural Organization Technique protocols. Only then will the body’s intelligence return power back to the hormonal programs, and allow corrections to be made that will be long lasting and permanent.