Hashimoto's Low Thyroid

Hashimoto's Low Thyroid

Dr. Joshua Redd is treating Brianne's sister for Hashimoto's Low Thyroid.
Brianne's sister Jessica says going to Dr. Joshua Redd at Red River Health and Wellness Center has changed her life.  She was suffering from Hashimoto's Low Thyroid along with other autoimmune diseases that are affecting her brain tissue and stomach tissue as well.

After being treated, she says she feels better than she has in ten years.

Are you suffering with thyroid problems? Do you have any of the symptoms below?

Inability to Lose Weight
Memory Issues
Hot Flashes
Hair Loss
Always Feeling Cold
Heart Palpitations
Head Aches
Joint and muscle pain

The US Department of Health and Human Services states the number one cause of Low Thyroid is Hashimoto’s Disease. This is an autoimmune disorder where the body’s immune system attacks the thyroid tissue. If left untreated, this may eventually cause permanent tissue destruction, which will inhibit the thyroid’s ability to produce the life-sustaining hormones the body needs. It may also cause inflammation throughout the body, which potentially creates additional symptoms and physiological imbalances. This is why some people on thyroid hormones may feel little to no improvement; the autoimmune disease continues to flare up and destroy tissue, along with causing other inflammatory problems throughout the body.

RedRiver Health and Wellness Center orders comprehensive tests to evaluate what may be causing your thyroid problem. For example, if you have Hashimoto’s Disease you may have 7-10 different triggers ranging from cortisol/hormonal imbalances to simple dietary and lifestyle choices. We aim to find the specific triggers that cause the immune response to flare up; we then work to reduce the triggers, which will consequently improve the symptoms. Throughout the process, we teach and educate the patient so they can take an active role in their own health.

Call for a free consultation. Red River Health and Wellness Center is located in South Jordan (801) 446-2822 and St. George (435) 767-9355.

For more information, please visit: Low Thyroid 101.
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