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How to Heal 23 years of Hypothyroidism...?

Discussion in 'Heal Your Hormones' started by yuly, Jun 28, 2019.

  1. Inger

    Inger Silver

    in fact it is pretty obvious when I read your first post in this thread, what are your issues...;

    Hiding from the sun
    Being in front of the computer a lot

    = being angry and tired


    You just need to start doing the opposite of that, and you will soon feel the difference :) :)
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  2. JanSz

    JanSz Gold









    Last edited: Jul 7, 2019
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  3. Inger

    Inger Silver

    have you measured your work and home environment with a good nnEMF meter?
    Electric, magnetic and RF. You need to measure all those. Plenty of meters that measure all three.
    This also is a MUST to do... except you are living in the wild or very remote..

    Thyroid suffers from too much nnEMF - and for sure fake light! - too....
  4. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    you meant no flickering

    After your post, I have found the Firewave light (that I think you are talking about).
    Two main links. The company and amazon
    Firewave $289.99
    FireStorm $999.99
    My understanding is that both lights have no flicker, per their web site.

    I have noted that this company have two founders.
    With one of them, Shawn Bean, I have interacted since early 2000's.
    From him I have heard first about
    fatty acids
    Patricia Kane.
    This guy thinkers with everything health related.
    Thought to give him good plug here.


    Last edited: Jul 7, 2019
  5. yuly

    yuly New Member

    thank you inger, i'll try to keep up with the sun as much as i can, though the sun here is realy strong and worm now (israel).
  6. yuly

    yuly New Member

    well, that's my work.
    i ordered blue-blockers glasses and set a "night-light" (more red color, softer light) on the computer, what else can i do to protect me...?
  7. yuly

    yuly New Member

    we are leaving this place in a month to one-year trip around europe-usa-thiland, so i'll skip the measurings :)
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  8. Inger

    Inger Silver

    Iris would be the best filter to use,
    f.lux is okay too. Iris is better because it eliminates flicker too.

    If you can open the window to get real daylight on you into the room that would be great!
  9. Inger

    Inger Silver

    awesome :) :)

    I still would buy a meter though! It comes in extremely handy when you travel too, you can check places you sleep and choose better places when you measure around. I have used it on vacations to find a better spot on the beach. The differences can be crazy in just one beach area. You cant know that without a meter.....
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  10. yuly

    yuly New Member

    you mean something like that?
  11. malc0088

    malc0088 4th dimension

    my opinion based upon my own N=1 with hashi's. I've tried virtually everything under the sun except jacks sage wisdom 'you can't get well in the same enviroment you got sick in' which my wife and I are currently working towards moving within the 20's. In the meantime, what has moved the needle for me the most - 1. AM sunlight - get as much as possible on all parts of the body. 2. Build your Vitamin D with sunlight - as much as you can tolerate without burning though I'm not concerned with burning anymore thanks to jack. 3. Oysters - janz was talking about a bunch of minerals to have in a good range - I get these from oysters, shellfish, seaweed. 4. I supplement light in my office at work IR and UV-A bulbs. 5. start CT protocol - I use CT and sunshine to load my body, always after a BAB or high fat meal. 6. Block ALAN at all costs. look on your computer to a night mode to shift the screen to red, cover your skins, wear blue light blocking glasses. there is more, but this is a good start for hashi's. throw out the supplements and spend your money on seafood and vacations to the equator.
  12. drezy

    drezy New Member

    I have one business partner with hash's.

    In your experience what does a "moved needle" for hashi's manifest or feel like for you?
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  13. malc0088

    malc0088 4th dimension

    good question. In the early stages it was symptom reduction/management like improved digestion and less bloating or less depression/anxiety, improved libido, more energy, deeper sleep, better labs, etc. To be fully transparent, I've followed jack for a long time, even before my Dx. Honestly, his message was so inconvenient and life altering i tried to ignore it, but he planted a seed in my mind and heart that i couldn't ignore. So, i had to go out and try all the bullshit he said was a waste in order to come to this point where i've fully embraced his perspective. Doing it all wrong also moved the needle but in the wrong direction so i have that experience too :). I didn't really take him seriously until 2 years after my hashi dx and basically being brought to my knees by this condition. Now - a 'moved needle' for me is a change in my thinking. When I use the protocols as mentioned above I start thinking on a higher plane - putting my health first and valuing time over job/location to family, etc. When my dopamine is high I get out of my own way and make things happen and I say what needs to be said and if you don't like it, fuck you mindset (I'm a wellness coach that meets with people onsite in a corporate setting). I no longer deal with any hashi symptoms provided i do what i need to do. The only time i do have some sluggishness is if i over exercise by running too much as it creates too much ROS for my system to handle. I have come to accept the fact my environment, Kansas city, will no longer work and i need to move if i want to thrive. Doing everything i mentioned above, thanks to jack, has moved the needle where i don't give a shit about my job, living close to my family, or anything else if i don't have my health secured. But, it's been a long road to get here. That's what my moved needle feels like today and I'm grateful as hell for it!
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  14. LieselK

    LieselK Titanium Member

    I would say similarly to what @malc0088 said above @drezy

    I've been moving in the right direction with some very immediate changes in Jan of 2017 and though things have waxed and waned I've literally MOVED now. Yes I ate too much sugar and drank too much liquor during that process, but I'm where I actually need to be now and I can commit to the finer details again. Because now the finer details matter and they aren't just a mute point. If you don't get the root issues corrected then the rest only makes minimal impact. I did everything I could do where I lived up in NC. I was maxed out and the needle wasn't moving any further.
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  15. Traci Isaacs

    Traci Isaacs New Member

    This was a good read. I have Hashimotos and stopped taking my thyroid meds a year ago. I don't like them - paying a price for that and not addressing properly. I got a 404 on the labs link, would someone mind pointing me back to an active labs page, Id like to get some bloodwork done. I live in Florida and am always outside, I hate being indoors. Morning sun, not enough but working on that. I finally get up early now. :)
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  16. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Post link that you are trying to use, and any other information.
  17. LieselK

    LieselK Titanium Member

    I'm in Florida too. I actually just started taking meds (Armour) recently even though I've had a Hashi diagnosis for over 7 years and was non-medicated. I'm working with a doc in Virginia to reverse it and feeling really wonderful. It's been super great to have access to affordable labs and ongoing consults. Hashi is complicated for sure!
  18. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    cortisol shape
    cortisol/cortisone balance
    5aR/5bR balance

    Last edited: Apr 18, 2020
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  19. Inger

    Inger Silver

    Liesel, hashi is an autoimmune condition no?
    Have you tried IR on your thymus gland so far? I stumbled on this short video today and thought of you :) Very interesting how the thymus helps fight viruses too :) :)
    It feels very good to me when I do some close redlight therapy on my thyroid and thymus... I just discovered! Easy to do both at the same time as they are so close :) :)
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  20. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Very nice video. Than kyou.
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