THYROID-hyper and modality micro acupuncture

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Thyroid a small butterfly shaped gland inside the neck, just above collarbone, in front of breathing airway, or trachea, and below larynx, or voice box. Its function is to secrete thyroid hormones that help regulate metabolism, the way body uses energy, iodine from food to make two thyroid hormones: thyroxine (T4) and tri-iodothyronine (T3). The numbers refer to number of atoms of iodine contained in hormones. T3 is more powerful while T4 is released by thyroid in larger amounts but is mostly converted to T3 in liver and kidneys.  Thyroid gland is controlled by the pituitary, which is located at base of brain and affects it by producing a hormone called thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), which prompts thyroid to release more T4 and T3. Hyperthyroidism is when thyroid becomes overactive and releases too much T3 and T4 into the blood. Hypothyroidism can also be caused by a lack of iodine in diet, which prevents thyroid from making enough hormones. Sometimes it can arise when part, or all of thyroid has been removed for treatment of cancer or hyperthyroidism. It can also go with other inflammatory conditions of thyroid. But sometimes, disease destroys so much thyroid tissue that the gland can’t produce enough thyroid hormone. As a result, hypothyroidism sets in. Hyperthyroidism also occurs when thyroid releases too much of its hormones over a short (acute) or long (chronic) period. Following symptoms notices;
  • leads to higher rate of physical as well as mental activity
  • insomnia
  • exophthalmos, condition in which eyes bulge abnormally, can make you lose weight, despite an increased appetite, nervousness, agitation and anxiety, tiredness, speed up heart rate, tremor of hands, sweating and makes very sensitive to heat, and can lead to liver damage and heart failure.
Many diseases and conditions can cause this problem, including;
  • Getting too much iodine
  • Graves’ disease (accounts for most cases of hyperthyroidism)
  • Inflammation (thyroiditis) of thyroid due to viral infections or other causes
  • Noncancerous growths of thyroid gland or pituitary gland
  • Taking large amounts of thyroid hormone
  • Tumors of testes or ovaries.
  • Amenorrhea
  • Anovulation, which can cause irregular or infrequent periods even lack of menstrual periods
  • Appetite increased
  • Breast development in men
  • Diarrhea
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Face puffiness
  • Fatigue and lethargy, weakness
  • Feeling cold (even on warm days)
  • Frequent bowel movements
  • Goiter (visibly enlarged thyroid gland) or thyroid nodules
  • Hair thin or brittle, more hair loss
  • Hand tremor
  • Heat intolerance
  • Itching overall
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Nervousness
  • Pounding
  • Protrusion of eyeballs
  • Rapid, or irregular pulse, heartbeat (Palpitations)
  • Reduced concentration (brain fog)
  • Reflexes slow
  • Restlessness
  • Skin blushing or flushing, clammy
  • Sleeping difficult
  • Sweating excessive
  • Thyroid gland enlarged
  • Weight loss (rarely, weight gain).

Other symptoms that can occur with this disease: This disease may also affect the results of the following tests: Cholesterol test, Glucose, Radioactive iodine uptake, T3RU, Triglycerides, Vitamin B12 (in rare case) According to energy concept of ACUPUNCTURE TriOrigin, in either case thyroid-hyperenergy of Heat excess or deficient is manifested. One should get acupuncture as it can improve overall health includes thyroid gland as well as other emotional aspects such as stress, anxiety, anger and frustration, which are often associated with thyroid gland problems either overactive or under active, in both cases vital energy is in disharmony. The remission of disease can be achieved, and medicament’s therapy simultaneously can be reduced or eliminated altogether. To aid in symptoms one may put colors with permanent marker pen, in case of hypo only red dots and in case of hyper only black dots! Do keep informed the outcome. ‘Dr Dinesh kapur’ Believe!

HORMONES and acupuncture micro remedies on hands!

The nervous system control body activities through electrical impulses, endocrine system uses chemical messengers called hormones. Both, controls all unconscious body functions and maintain at best. The endocrine glands release hormones that are absorbed into blood so that they circulate and can act on one, or more than one, distance tissue. Chemical receptors on surface of or inside the target cells respond to each hormone, resulting in specific cell activities.
The hypothalamus, part of brain, links nervous and hormonal controls mainly by its influence on nearby pituitary gland, which in turn regulates activity of thyroid gland, adrenal glands and gonads (ovaries and testes) and other principal endocrine glands are parathyroids and insulin-producing islets of pancreas.
The endocrine glands;
    Adrenal Glands; One capping each kidney, pyramid-shaped, consist of two parts, an outer cortex and an inner medulla. The cortex produces a number of corticosteroid hormones; aldosterone, which helps to maintain adequate body water by influencing reabsorption of minerals by kidneys; glucocorticoids which promote glucose production and help body respond to stresses such as injury and severe anxiety; and some male hormones in both sexes. Adrenal medulla is part of the sympathetic division of autonomic nervous system and produce adrenalin and noradrenaline in response to acute physical or emotional stress. Impulses from hypothalamus travel along sympathetic nerves to jolt the adrenal medulla into releasing its hormones to prepare body for immediate protective action.
    Pancreas; Scattered throughout pancreas enzyme producing tissue are small clusters of endocrine cells, the islets of Langerhans. Different cells in islets produce hormones, insulin and glucagon, which regulate fluctuations in blood glucose levels. When blood glucose increases after a meal, insulin limits its level by speeding the entry of glucose into cells and by accelerating conversion of glucose to glycogen for storage. Glucagon has opposite effect; when blood glucose falls below normal, it hastens conversion of glycogen to glucose and helps liver to convert other nutrients into glucose.
    Parathyroids; When chemical sensors in four-pea sized parathyroids glands behind thyroid detect that blood calcium is too low, they secrete more calcium being released from bones into blood, more being absorbed from intestine and more being conserved by the kidneys. The action quickly restores blood calcium level, if it begins to get too high, the parathyroid release less hormone.
    Pituitary; Lying at base of brain beneath the hypothalamus, it has been called the master gland as it regulates body activities. It has two parts, anterior (front) and posterior (back). Anterior pituitary hormones stimulate endocrine or other glands to produce secretion or grow, in addition it stimulates thyroid, adrenals and gonads. Its growth increases rate of growth of all tissues and prolactin stimulates milk production. The posterior pituitary produces oxytocin, to stimulate uterine contractions in childbirth, and antidiuretic hormone, which regulates volume of urine produced.
    Testes, Ovaries; Inside testis-connective tissue partitions divide into lobules that house the coiled tubules, from which fully formed sperm travel via short ducts to the epididymis. AND, close section of shaft of penis contains three cylinders of erectile tissue surrounded by capsules – the two cavernous bodies in front and a spongy body behind. During sexual arousal blood distend erectile tissue and makes it hard. With its thinner capsule, the spongy body becomes less hard so that semen can be ejaculated through the urethra.  Reproductive system, controlled by Coldness meridian; Uterus is a hollow organ as Yang, so is penis that becomes filled with the blood. Both, uterus and penis are controlled by the Spinal Cord. Ovaries and testes are full of substance and controlled by the brain meridian. Darkness finger controls reproductive system according to energy concept of acupuncture TriOrigin. The Kidney is supported by sex and reproductive function in men, and with kidney and liver in women.
    Thyroid; This gland is wrapped around front of trachea, windpipe and its hormones regulate metabolism and growth by increasing oxygen consumption, energy production and protein synthesis. The thyroid needs iodine from food and water to make its main hormones, thyroxine (T4) and tri-iodothyronine (T3). A third hormone, calcitonin, is produced by different thyroid cells and helps parathyroids hormone to regulate calcium levels in blood.hormones
    ACUPUNCTURE TriOrigin treatment is associated with the improvement HORMONAL and decreased use of medications, as the concept emphasis at EMOTIONAL level too. The modalities from simplest to complex ones are self-sufficient for coping with such problems. In precise, energy concept of treatment is only in miniature form of hands no direct application on any organs! Try to apply colors with marker pen and tie seed on specified point. ‘Dr. Dinesh kapur’

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Thyroid gland that is not active enough, called hypothyroidism, is far more common. It can make to gain weight, feel fatigued and have difficulty dealing with cold temperatures. If thyroid gland is too active, it makes more thyroid hormones than the body needs. That condition is hyper thyroids’. Too much thyroid hormone can make to lose weight, speed up heart rate and makes very sensitive to heat.thyroid-hypo
Treatment involves trying to reset body’s metabolism to a normal rate. Thyroid hormones regulate how body breaks down food and either uses that energy immediately or stores it for future. In other words, thyroid hormones regulate our body’s metabolism.
Thyroid hormones influence almost every organ system in body, mainly how fast or slow organs should work. It also regulates the consumption of oxygen and production of heat.
It could also be reason by lack of iodine in diet, which prevents thyroid from making enough hormones. Sometimes it can arise when part or all, of thyroid has been removed for treatment of cancer or hyperthyroidism.  It can also go with other inflammatory conditions. But sometimes, the disease destroys so much thyroid tissue that the gland can’t produce enough thyroid hormone. Thus, hypothyroidism sets in, and
Symptoms include:
Decreased libido
Delayed relaxation of tendon reflexes or slow reflexes
Dry skin
Feeling cold (even on warm days) or cold intolerance
Lethargy and fatigue
Mental retardation
Poor hearing
Poor memory
Puffiness of face
Reduced concentration (brain fog)
Slow speech
Thin or brittle hair or more hair loss
Unusual weight gain
Weight gain despite decreased appetite
Anovulation that can cause irregular, infrequent periods, heavy or prolonged bleeding
Though most common cause is a deficiency of iodine, as iodine is necessary to produce thyroid hormone. If there is not enough iodine present in body, gland enlarges as it works harder to get necessary iodine.
Autoimmune condition Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is an immune disease where body produces antibodies against cells and tissue of thyroid gland. This leads to a diminished amount of thyroid hormone production that is further associated with other immune mediated diseases such as diabetes mellitus, pernicious anemia, celiac disease, rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematous. In children, it leads to delays in growth and intellectual development, which is called cretinism in severe cases.
No second thought, per energy concept of TriOrigin ‘colors’ ‘seeds’, in either case dominant Heat energy excess or deficient is manifested. Practically can assist overall improvement as well as other emotional aspects such as stress, anxiety, anger and frustration, which are often associated, in both the cases vital energy is in disharmony. The course of treatment is uneventful. To aid in syndrome one may put colors with permanent marker pen, only as prescribed! ‘Dr. Dinesh kapur’
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