Dr. Michael Craig
Vol. 4, #16 – April 18, 2016
She Was Feeling Down…
Hi [newsfield name=”name”]…
For the past several months, my wife Soma has been feeling down and “out of body” most of the time. After a few stressful events and oral surgery she started exhibiting symptoms that I recognized as a chiropractor as being related to depression:
- Loss of appetite, then binge eating
- Lack of desire for sex or exercise
- Loss of motivation
- Brain fog
- Weight gain or “puffiness”
- Empty feeling, and
- Loss of ambition and creativity.
Maybe you – or someone you know – has these symptoms as well. If so, read on. There may be something here you can use or suggest as part of an overall cure.
Normally, my wife is NOT depressed. But because of some recent stress and surgery, I wasn’t too worried. I chalked these symptoms up to a case of simple anxiety.
But the anxiety continued. And so did my concern.
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Often I refer Soma’s care out to a few doctors I know who do a great job. She had been seeing these lately, however, without much change. That’s when I decided to get involved again…
Knowing my wife – and by using a few quick tests with Applied Kinesiology (muscle testing) – I was able to quickly determine that the problem involved not only her liver, gall bladder, right brain hemisphere, and sometimes kidneys (according to the other doctors).
It had to be something else, since all her dozen or so supplements weren’t helping!
It then dawned on me – these were the same symptoms I had myself years ago, and determined that her thyroid was involved (thyroid malfunction can often cause symptoms of depression, since it feeds so many systems and organs) . . .
Since she was already on a natural thyroid compound (not synthetic!), I recommended she increase her dosage slightly. She did, and the results were amazing: “I feel like a different person!” she exclaimed.
I was happy too.
Now, I’m not suggesting you run out, watch a few YouTube videos, then start diagnosing and treating thyroid deficiencies. What I AM suggesting, however, is that you consider another possibility that even most doctors miss!
I’m a doctor, and I missed this for many years . . . until I had the problem myself. THEN my awareness of it grew! The fact is, most doctors get thyroid diagnosis wrong. They often use outdated blood tests (e.g., “the “TSH Protocol”) that leave out some really important factors, like the fact that Flouride in the drinking water can hijack the readings!
Get Dr. Starr’s and Dr. Tennant’s books and read them if you think this is a problem in your family. Then contact them to find a doctor in your area who understands the true causes of Hypo-thyroidism (decreased thyroid function).
It may save your life… or the life of someone you love!
To your success,