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Do you suffer with fatigue, weight gain, constipation, brain fog/memory concerns, dry skin, hair loss or low libido? If many of these attributes affect you, it is important to have both your thyroid and adrenal gland assessed to see if they could be contributory factors.

Subclinical hypothyroid, meaning testing may be normal but function is not optimal, can cause life to feel like you are walking through sludge. Adrenal glands can burn out under constant stress and chronic high epinephrine (adrenalin) as well as leptin resistance can wreak havoc on your thyroid hormone balance.

Many doctors only test for TSH, which can miss big pieces of the thyroid puzzle.

At Elevated Health we feel confident supporting individuals dealing with:

  • Thyroid symptoms despite normal thyroid labs
  • Those already on thyroid replacement who still feel unwell
  • Those under chronic high stress

We offer private testing to help determine the cause of your symptoms, which may include:

  • Urine or Salivary hormone assessment (including thyroid hormones and adrenal hormone)
  • Blood testing for thyroid and adrenal balance
  • Toxicity assessment looking for possible culprits impacting thyroid
  • Sleep (including ruling out sleep apnea), stress, and nutrition assessment

Our approach to treating individuals with digestive concerns would likely include:

  • Vitamins, supplements, and minerals
  • Dietary changes
  • Stress reduction techniques
  • Desiccated Thyroid replacement if indicated
  • Direct adrenal support

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