Normal Bloodwork, But Feeling Terrible? This Could Be Why …

Recently, I talked to someone who had normal bloodwork, but felt extremely fatigued on a daily basis. 
Despite her bloodwork showing that she was “normal” and taking medication for her thyroid, she still had all the under active thyroid symptoms. 

These symptoms usually include extreme fatigue, weight gain, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, slow movement and thoughts, constipation, muscle aches, irregular menstrual cycle, low libido …

So how can you experience all these symptoms despite having “normal” thyroid lab work?

Discover this and more in my video today: 

Hashimoto’s and Hypothyrodism

Danish psychologists studied the effects of hypothyroidism on people’s quality of life. (1)

They observed that many patients on thyroid medication still continued to struggle. They found that people with thyroid issues often felt like they had no control over how they felt both physically and mentally.

Most people with Hashimoto’s (autoimmune thyroid disorder) felt drained, despite their bloodwork being “normal”.  They felt that they were simply watching life pass them by, versus feeling like they were actively taking part in it.

They no longer felt in control of their bodies. And the very worse thing about it all?

Is that they no longer felt like they were in control of their life. Planning anything for the future becomes a challenge. You’re so tired that you struggle to socialize, travel, enjoy life.

Another common complaint that we’ve heard from our clients who suffered from Hashimoto’s or other thyroid disorders was that they became numb and apathetic to life, noticing how they live in a cold, lonely and dark world of their own.

Can all this really be experienced by people who show “normal” thyroid results? The answer unfortunately, is yes.

And if this is the case for you – don’t deny anything. Your symptoms MATTER.

Be honest with yourself. Acknowledge that you have a big problem that is dramatically affecting your quality of life and that you need to find a solution.

Don’t put up with it or wait for it to get even worse, start acting today!

Fortunately, there are a lot of things that you can do to help yourself improve your thyroid condition, and possibly even completely heal it.

Autoimmune thyroid disease is much more than just thyroid hormone levels. It takes a HOLISTIC approach to help you become your best self again.

What’s more, having thyroid disorders like Hashimoto’s can progress into other more serious autoimmune conditions, including Lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.

For example, one of our clients, Jennifer, has reversed her Hashimoto’s disease and balanced her thyroid with nutrition and lifestyle changes.

I know a lot of people place high hopes on thyroid medications after their diagnosis, only to be disappointed because they still experience a lot of symptoms that affect their life in a very negative and dramatic way.

And even though you might feel like things will never get better for you – you CAN get your life back.

Despite years of fatigue, depression, frustration and putting your life on hold … Things can change. You can have a different life.

Joy and passion can return. Your body can start healing itself.

Don’t give up on your dreams and always keep moving towards them daily.

Ready for your big health leap?

We’re excited to invite you to our FREE online training.

During this masterclass, we’ll walk you through the 5 steps our clients use to overcome hormonal and health imbalances and release 10-50 lbs of excess weight … whilst never restricting themselves of carbohydrates and sugar.

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