Hip Pain, Heart, Hormone or Thyroid Issues? Frontal, Tension or Temple Headaches?
Some of the signs and symptoms that one might need B1 could include:
- Headache on both sides (temples) (hormonal headaches).
- Headache in the front or on left side (stomach headache).
- Headache in the back of the head (thyroid or tension headache).
- Sluggish metabolism.
- I Have seen many mitral valve prolapse conditions significantly reduce with a good thiamine.
- I have also seen many atrial fibulation conditions respond well to thiamine.
- Low back pain in the center of the beltline can be a sign of thiamine deficiency.
- Low thyroid function can be a symptom of thiamine deficiency.
- Thiamine helps breakdown estrogens. Therefore, when low can cause estrogen dominance.
- Pain/weakness in the gluteus medius muscle.
The heart, thyroid, digestion, liver and hormones are all effected when there is a thiamine deficiency. If you have symptoms in any or especially if you have symptoms in several of these areas, you may do well to try Cataplex B. I typically find that 2-3 per morning of this fine supplement works wonders. Here is a link to have this fine product which is historically only available in a doctor’s office, sent directly to your door. https://drv.standardprocess.com/products/cataplex-b
Posted on August 15, 2021, in Common Ailments, Dealing with Stress, Fitness, Mechanical and Structural, Nutrition, Self Care, Weight Loss and tagged atrial fibulation, estrogen dominance, frontal headaches, gluteus medius pain, hip pain, mitral valve prolapse, temple headaches, Tension headaches, thyroid. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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