27 Jul Dr. Gil Kajiki, DC
Thyroid, Pituitary, Hashimoto’s. What the Health? Are You Tired, Overweight and a bit Depressed? …
Dr. Gil Kajiki – Health – Hashimoto’s, Thyroid
Are you tired, overweight, feel lousy, a bit depressed? Do you have Cold hands, cold feet, heart palpitations or difficulty breathing? The symptoms can be different for everyone, but the issue might be Hashimoto’s. Hashimoto’s is a disease where the immune system attacks your thyroid.
Dr. Gil Kajiki is a Hashimoto’s detective. He helps patients get to the root of the problem, which often is not the thyroid at all.
From the staff of Dr. Kajiki:
The symptoms can be different for everyone: weight gain, fatigue, anxiety, depression, heart palpitations, breathing difficulty, dry skin, dry hair, digestive difficulties, insomnia or hair loss.
But the doctors keep telling you your tests are normal, or they are treating you with drugs, but you aren’t getting better. Maybe they know it is thyroid, but they are giving you thyroid meds that keep having to be adjusted upward because they are not fixing the problem, only masking it.
Hashimoto’s is a disease where the immune system attacks your thyroid, but the medical community either can’t diagnose it, will tell you it’s just stress, or are treating the symptoms instead of addressing the underlying reasons your immune system is haywire!
None of this is new to Dr. Gil Kajiki, the nation’s leading expert in non-drug management for hypothyroidism, low thyroid and Hashimoto’s disease and founder of the Valley Thyroid Institute, a worldwide center. In his new book Sick, Tired, Untreated and Abandoned: How the Medical Community Fails Hashimoto’s Patients and How You Can Get Your Life Back, he cites the thousands of patients who have come to him out of desperation because the doctors ignored them, made them think they were crazy, misdiagnosed or failed to fix what was wrong.
If you would like to learn more about Hashimoto’s, please visit: DrKajiki.com
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