See how to check your neck thyroid at home using a thermometer! It will help you prevent a lot of troubles with your overall health!
Fifty years ago, Dr. Broda Otto Barnes discovered that body temperature is an indicator of activity awakening. He emphasized body temperature immediately after waking. In his book he talks about the thyroid gland as well as a variety of problems and diseases that can occur in the event that the thyroid gland is not working properly. Dr. Barnes created a home test that can be done in the privacy of your home. It is easy and quick and will check if your thyroid gland is working properly.
Barnes test – The best way to check your neck thyroid
Before going to bed, take a thermometer and shake it well. The temperature must be 35 °
Once you see it lifts, immediately place the thermometer under the armpit. Hold the thermometer for ten minutes (or following the instructions on your thermometer). When the result appears, write it down. This result is known as the “basal morning temperature”. The normal temperature is between 36.5 and 36.8.
Keep in mind that because of infectious diseases and in women with menstruation, the temperature may vary. Do the test to check your neck thyroid only when you are completely healthy.
The thyroid normally works if the temperature is between 36.5 and 36.8.
In case you find that the temperature is below 36.5, then your thyroid may function at a slower rate (hypothyroidism). Keep in mind that depression, lack of energy, fatigue, infections, chronic headaches, poor memory and concentration and hair loss are symptoms of a thyroid with a decrease in its functional activity.
If the temperature is greater than 36.8, thyroid work is higher (hyperthyroidism) or has an infection in the body.
This test is recommended to be performed for three consecutive days if you want to get accurate results.
If you find that the temperature is above or below the normal range, consult your doctor.
Good hepatic function, a stress-free life, selenium, vitamin A, cortisol, magnesium and vitamin B are very important for the proper functioning of the thyroid.
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