03:38 PM | 03-01-2022

40 years old has Subclinical hypothyroid. TSH is 10. 7 and t4, t3 are normal. Is it ignorable or can be cured by any way?

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11:21 AM | 17-01-2022

Hello Punith,

Normal tsh level is .4 to 4 milli international units per litre. A value more than this indicates hypothyroidism. It is a condition in which thyroid gland is underactive and is unable to secrete the sufficient hormones which results in hormonal imbalance.

Symptoms of thyroid: 

  • Fatigue
  • Loss of appetite
  • Weight gain
  • Mental disorder
  • Mood swings.
  • Menstrual disturbances 

 Reasons for a underactive thyroid gland: 

  • Lack of physical activity
  • Wrong sleeping pattern as it disturbs the circadian rhythm 
  • Unbalanced diet
  • Sometimes it is genetic 
  • Following a wrong lifestyle 


  • Have only plant based raw foods.
  • Avoid tea and coffee.
  • Avoid carbonated drinks. 
  • Have nuts, beans, sprouts, salads in your diet.
  • Use coconut oil instead of refined oil for cooking or cook oil free.
  • Replace white sugar with brown sugar.
  • Replace white rice with brown rice.
  • Eat fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. 
  • Have coconut water. 
  • Have freshly prepared fruit juices. 


  • Physical activities are very important in thyroid. 
  • Give more focus on the neck exercises which will help to stimulate the thyroid gland.
  • Perform neck rotations. 
  • Yoga is very beneficial for the thyroid disorder. 
  • Perform bhujanga asana, paschimottan asana, gomukha asana, Hala asana.
  • Do kapalbhati pranayam, ujjayi pranayam as they have very good results. 
  • Take a walk or do jogging early in the morning. 


Meditation is a way to activate and keep healthy all the 6 chakras of the body.

Bhramri pranayam is also a very effective and good way to meditate, so perform bhramri pranayam regularly. 

Also, perform meditation daily for atleast 30 minutes for the best results.

Meditation has the power to naturally heal everything and it will also help to stimulate the thyroid gland.

Maintain circadian rhythm: 

Maintaining circadian rhythm is extremely important to maintain the hormonal balance. Thyroid is a condition which occurs due the hormonal imbalance and it also results in further hormonal imbalances.

So, sleep at a proper time at around 10pm and also wake up early in the morning at around 6 am to maintain the circadian rhythm. 

Foods to avoid:

  • Avoid dairy products and animal products as they are not for the human digestive system and are not properly digested. 
  • Avoid packaged and processed food items. 
  • Avoid deep fried and oily foods. 
  • Avoid chocolates. 

Thank you.

04:21 PM | 06-01-2022

Namasakara from Wellcure,

Here are some resources that might be of help to you:

  1. Health Journeys of people who healed their thyroid issues naturally

  2. Thread to a similar query related to hyper-thyroid, click here

  3. Body Wisdom article - Hypo or hyper Thyroid - correct imbalance naturally

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