TCM Qigong or Taichi, a try to better your hyperthyroidism

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You are usually advised to refrain from any active exercises if you are diagnosed with Graves’ disease or hyperthyroidism. This is because exercising can give you breathing problems, makes you more "hyperactive," and increases your palpitations. Rather, give these following alternative therapies a try to better your hyperthyroidism symptoms:

A lot of individuals see meditation as another skill to study at an evening class, like pottery and aerobics. However, they often realize after a few sessions meditation is so much more. It can be a new way of seeing everything and a new way of living. You can see your past, present, and future as well as home, work, and relationships in a different and positive light. Meditation also promotes spiritual enlightenment, inner peace, better mental clarity, and deep relaxation in your life. Those are just some of the benefits you can gain if you decide to make meditation a part of your healing process vis-à-vis Graves’ disease or Hyperthyroidism.

Yoga regulates the activities of your adrenal, pineal, pituitary, and thyroid glands through stimulation. It tonifies and reinforces the nervous system and stretches and limbers the neck. The thyroid gland is the organ that’s primarily responsible for your youthful appearance and proper weight (it governs metabolism). Yoga works by stimulating your thyroid gland so that it functions at maximum efficiency. It also stimulates your pituitary gland helping improve its function.

This is an ancient Chinese style of cultivating internal energy but unlike yoga puts less importance on postures and stretching movements, and more on how to move and feel energy inside the body. While qigong is not known to be an intense aerobic workout, it nonetheless provides benefits that include a profound sense of relaxation, greater flexibility, and a strengthening of the body.

Tai Chi
This active type of meditation is a fitness protocol designed to increase the circulation of energy inside the body. Tai Chi enhances coordination and balance, increases flexibility and range of motion, and improves muscle tone and strength via slow flowing movements. Traditional Chinese medicine practitioners believe that while these exercises are low intensity and low impact, they nevertheless have the ability to eliminate any blockages to energy flow, and restore the smooth flow of vital energy.

Integrating various alternative practices not only will help accelerate your healing process, it also will eventually cure your Hyperthyroidism without your resorting to surgery or RAI treatment.

 Key words:  HyperthyroidismQigongTai Chi

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