With the type of Chinese medicine, it is more focused on trying to find a diagnosis. An example of this is with hyperthyroidism. In traditional Chinese medicine, the doctors do not just categorize it as a kind of hyperthyroidism; we try to figure out exactly what type of hyperthyroidism it is. Therefore, syndrome differentiation is a MUST in TCM diagnosis. With the right diagnosis, TCM doctor can be able to suit the remedy to the case. This is one of the lightspots of Chinese medicine. If you'd seek help from us, please fill out the health form as requested.
Hyperthyroidism in TCM

When using Chinese herbal medicine, our TCM experts will customize the herbal prescription to meet the specific needs of your condition. A variety of single herbs are commonly added or subtracted to maximize the clinical effectiveness of the treatment. So far, 4198 cases of hyperthyroidism received treatment by our Chinese medicine. We have gained 99% effective rate, 95% cure rate, only a few is of no use for some reasons.

TCM Treatment for hyperthyroidismHyperthyroidism is an autoimmune disease, related to mental upset or a history of mental trauma. Its pathogenesis is still not completely known. Generally it is believed that hyperthyroidism is caused by the existence of thyroid stimulus antibody (TSAb). According to the clinical manifestations of the disease, it is categorized in TCM as "ying qi" (goiter), "zhong xiao" (polyphagia), "gan yu" (hepatic stagnation), "gan huo" (hepatic fire) and "xin ji" (palpitation). Its etiological factors are emotional upset, improper diet and unsuitable living conditions, yin-deficiency constitution, etc. At the onset, it is attributed to qi stagnation, liver fire, stagnant phlegm and blood stasis, pertaining to excess type. The prolonged case is often marked by yin deficiency or deficiency of both qi and yin and often involves the liver, heart, spleen and kidney, pertaining to deficiency type.

Category of hyperthyroidism in TCM
Ying Qi (Goiter)
Zhong xiao (Polyphagia)
Gan yu (Liver stagnation)
Gan yu (Liver stagnation)
Xin ji (Palpitation)
Adjuvant Treatment
Special Hints for Your Diet in TCM
Traditional Chinese medicine is a fantastic art of healing. TCM doctors use not only herbal medicines for treating diseases, but also they pay close attention to the patient's diet. In TCM, it's required that a patient should have a proper diet during the whole course of treatment. A perfect TCM prescription together with a proper diet can make you recover from the disease as soon as possible. Following is our suggestions on your diet.
Foods fit to eat
1. It is suggested the sufferers should eat high calorie foods.
2. It is suggested the sufferers should eat foods rich in vitamin and calcium.
3. It is suggested the sufferers should eat foods rich in protein.
Foods that are useful for you: steamed bread, radish, bovine coloctrum, cauliflower.
Foods unfit to eat
1. Please don't eat spicy or irritant foods.
2. Please try to avoid alcohol.
3. Please try to avoid oily and fried foods.
Foods that might do harm to you: pepper, vegetables pickled in soy sauce, soybean, kelp.
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