The thyroid gland produces thyroid hormones which control many processes in your body, including your metabolism. Diseases of the thyroid affect the function of the hormone and consequently your metabolism.
Women are more likely to have thyroid diseases than men, especially right after pregnancy and during menopause.
Common thyroid disorders:
1. Hypothyroidism/ Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.
3. Thyroid cancer.
Hypothyroidism and PCOS sometimes co exist. Hypothyroidism and diabetes can also co exist. Hypothyroidism is known to cause insulin resistance. The Thyroid Management Program takes a multidisciplinary approach in the treatment of various thyroid diseases.
Aspects that are kept in mind while planning the diet protocol are:
Managing co existing complications like diabetes, PCOS etc
Abnormal blood reports eg., elevated cholesterol.
Digestive disturbances eg., constipation.
Foods/medications/supplements that positively/negatively affect thyroid function.
Pre exercise evaluation (Conducted by an experienced physiotherapist)
Customised Exercise Plan
Exercise plays an important role in weight management and increasing hormone sensitivity. Hypothyroid patients can have poor neuromuscular function that can occur at any time. Although mild, they include weakness, pain, aching, and stiffness. Weight training and cardio exercises must be balanced. Our training team will structure your exercise routine with modifications if required. It may be harder to lose weight even if the blood levels normalise with treatment; therefore consistency is key.
Conducted online by a Clinical Psychologist
The stress hormone, cortisol affects the enzyme which converts inactive T4 hormone into it’s active T3 form. If stress is affecting you, our team of mental health experts can help you offload it!