Along with the adenoids, tonsils are part of the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system clears away infection and keeps body fluids in balance. Tonsils and adenoids work by trapping the germs coming in through the mouth and nose

The thyroid glands secretes two very important hormones that control our metabolism or the rate at which our body burns calories or used energy and its very essential for normal growth and development as well.

In Hypothyroidism the thyroid gets underactive leading to weight gain, makes you get tired faster and burn calories slower. Symptoms include depression, itchy skin, hair loss, painful period cramps, migraines, cold feet, constipation, and palpitations, most of which are experienced during stress. Hypothyroidism symptoms usually develop incredibly slowly, it can take years for them to show up.

Hyperthyroidism, excess thyroid hormone, promotes a hypermetabolic state characterized by increased resting energy expenditure, weight loss, reduced cholesterol levels, increased lipolysis, and gluconeogenesis.

Thyroid hormone regulates metabolism primarily through actions in the brain, white fat, brown fat, skeletal muscle, liver, and pancreas.

Once diagnosed with hypothyroidism, you’ll need to take medication to replace your missing thyroid hormone. In the case of conventional allopathic medicine, the treatment for this entails a lifelong regimen of supplements.

Homeopathy treats the problem not by supplementing the deficiency, but by reactivation of efficient glandular function. The medicines used for Hypothyroidism are: Thyroidinum, Brominum, Nat Mur, Calc Carb, Sepia etc. Opting for homoeopathy gives you extra advantage as along with proper glandular function it takes care of associated symptom of hypothyroidism i.e .Hairfall, Depression, Mood Swings, Obesity etc.

A healthy lifestyle—incorporating nutritious foods and moderate exercise—can also help you better manage your hypothyroidism.