My experience with ‘auto immune diseases’ is that this is a manifestation of toxic overload, often from medication, the misdiagnoses of viral or other pathogenic activity, and sometimes, it can also be triggered by trauma/stress. As I am not a doctor I can not tell people what to do, however, it is my opinion that the worst thing one can do with this diagnoses is to further suppress the immune system.
Some of the manifestations of auto immune imbalance I get to deal with in my practice are MS, Lupus, Sjogrens, Diabetes, IBS, Hashimotos, Guillian-Barre, Graves, Rheumatoid arthritis, Alzheimer’s, Cancer, and Celiac Disease .
I don’t profess that my belief system is universal truth however experience has shown that these do not have to be debilitating illnesses that limit ones ability to have a good life. A program involving detoxing, fasting, addressing pathogens, introducing the right supplementation and then going into the emotional patterns that manifested the illness all work together to potentially greatly improve a persons quality of life.
I’m interested in exploring your views on Hashimoto’s. I was diagnosed more than 8 years ago and was managing it well and even got pregnant with no hassles. However since my daughter’s birth none of my previous strategies seems to work.
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Hi Maryke apologies for late reply I do not always see these comments its better to WhatsApp me. Under and overactive Thyroid can be due to viral load, toxins or a trauma trigger I suggest a Bioresonance health scan so we can try and determine causal factors.