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3 or more of these symptoms? Yes! Then your thyroid needs help.

You’ve got all the symptoms of thyroid dysfunction yet your test results are telling you otherwise – baby, you so aren’t alone.  As I collate all my wonderful info in preparation for the  the upcoming Debunking your Thyroid event (coming to a city near you – check here), I’m finding myself more intrigued as to why so many people are unaware that their thyroid is in need of some urgent attention.  Worse still, if left untreated, thyroid illness will most certainly set in and because we’re all about fixing it before it’s broken here at NKHQ, I so want to help you understand your body better and get cluey on how to safe guard your own little metabolism tracker – aka your thyroid.

Most women will come to me and tell me their thyroid tests are perfectly normal, yet their collective symptoms are bigger than the worry they have spread across their face.  I’m here to help!  After all, if we can understand our own bodies a little better, we can go on to make informed health choices that take us to a place of wellness rather than worry or angst.  If you only hear one thing today – hear this;

90% of fixing your health issues are what you do in your own home, not in your Dr’s office.

Presenting with at least 3 of the following symptoms is cause enough to get your thyroid back into line.  Having 5 or more of the listed symptoms for me in clinical practice, is a sure indication that it’s time to shake things up and fix your thyroid.

+ Weight Gain that’s impossible to shift

+ Tingling or cold hands and feet

+ Sensitivity to cold, less sweating that previously

+ Low libido

+ Fatigue (especially in the morning) and Lethargy

+ Brain fog or feeling like wading through mud

+ Poor concentration

+ Hoarse voice

+ Hair loss – especially the outer third of your eyebrows and lashes

+ Dry hair, Dry skin and or brittle nails

+ Fluid retention

+ Slow bowels

+ Headaches and/or an achy body

+ Depression

+ Menstrual irregularities / amenorrhea / heavy periods

+ Fertility issues

+ Miscarriage (recurrent)

You can see why I feel inspired to create for you an A class event to help you not only understand your thyroid and why it needs attention BUT get you on track on how to fix it.  What’s more, how you can (if you have been clinically diagnosed) move your body into remission and overcome your thyroid condition to get you out of the mud and into the swimming pool with your healthy new YOU.  You’ll learn it all and more as I uncover my step by step treatment protocol for thyroid health.

In celebration of our upcoming Melbourne event, I’m giving away a double pass to each city we are visiting.  To enter, simply share this post via Facebook.  Be sure to let me know you’ve done so by telling me so in the comment section below simply by writing ‘shared.’

Can’t WAIT to see you there.

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66 Responses to “3 or more of these symptoms? Yes! Then your thyroid needs help.”

  1. Lyndal

    Shared (Sydney) x

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  2. Kelly Delaforce

    Shared thanks

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  3. Rachelle Becker

    shared

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  4. Rachelle Becker

    shared ( melb )

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  5. Micheala Gould

    shared

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  6. Jus Hartley

    shared thank you!

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  7. Amanda Sherlock

    Hi need to mo more symptom s are all me but results say fine .

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  8. Kylie Turnley

    Shared! (Melbourne)

    x

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  9. Rachael

    How can I go about winning tickets? As I am currently struggling both health and money wise and have been for too long to count

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  10. Michelle Dornbusch

    Shared

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  11. Lauren Pavlich

    Shared and got my fingers, toes and eyes crossed 😉

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  12. Calai Leonardi

    Shared

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  13. Belinda Saunders

    Shared!!!!

    I would Love this, Im so frustrated with the lack of support and resources from medical Drs and know this is the key to unlocking all my health troubles!

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  14. Anthea Duff

    Shared thank you 🙂

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  15. lora

    shared fingers crossed x

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  16. Megan Miles

    Shared! How exciting and interesting! Just what’s come up for me now… 🙂

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  17. Joanne Moss

    Shared! (And thank you!)

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  18. Megan

    Shared! Would love to attend the Sydney event

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  19. Natalie Rijavec

    shared.

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  20. Emily B

    Shared! Melbourne

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  21. Tara Newman

    shared.

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  22. Tara Newman

    shared. Thanks

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  23. Sarah Carter

    Shared (melb)

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  24. Christine Dahan

    Shared (Melbourne) I’m so so excited by this! I’m starting the gentle cleanse on Sunday and can’t wait to learn more about my thyroid. I’ve been thinking my symptoms are drug reactions but maybe it’s my thyroid?? Thanks Nat

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  25. Alissa

    shared thank you

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  26. Anne-Maree

    Shared!!:) (sydney)

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  27. Emma Connolly

    Shared – via facebook Gold Coast

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  28. Gab

    Shared – Brisbane

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  29. Elyse Wilson

    Shared 🙂

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  30. Kate

    Please come to Adelaide x

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  31. Tina Carter

    Shared! 🙂

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  32. Jenny Fearnley

    I’d love to learn more from you about looking after my thyroid health. I definitely tick the box on more than 3 of the symptoms you list. One problem – I live in NZ so can’t get along to one of your talks. Are you planning on coming to NZ or writing an eBook on the topic? I’ll certainly pre order if you do.

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  33. Daniella

    No Brissy trip ..this time…? 🙁 – ah well will read the online information – it is much appreciated 🙂 THANK YOU NAT you rock

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  34. karen fisher

    My sister and I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to go to your Brisbane event xx

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  35. dayni

    Hi Nat,

    i definitely tick the box’s of dodgie thyroid, i’m close to Perth but haven’t discovered you until today! so looks like i’ve missed your perth session. such a shame.

    what do i do about this? how can i find the answers on a fix?

    regards dayni

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  36. Carley

    Hi Nat,

    I have recently just had some blood test results come back and my doctor tells me that i’m on my way to hypothyroidism and when I asked her what I can do to stop it from happening she told me there is absolutely nothing I can do to fix it. I told her that I am studying naturopathy and she said to be careful because she has heard of people trying natural tinctures to help their thyroid issues only to make them worse, and if you ask me I think that is a load of bull. I have been following your blog for a couple of years now and i own your book “Well & Good” (which is my bible). I am also just about to enjoy the debunking your thyroid ecourse which I’m feeling really hopeful about. I have been experiencing a number of the symptoms of throid problems for maybe a year now, not sure if having a baby can lead you to having hypothyroidism and I can honestly say I havent been looking after myself as well as I should be and lets face it when you have a baby they become number one and you seem to forget that you need to take care of yourself (since having a baby all my body craves is sugar sugar sugar and salty fatty foods…then there is the stress and the lack of sleep). I feel like I am at my rock bottom and if its not my rock bottom I dont want to go any further to find out what is…but basically i need to make a lot of changes in my life for my health and my emotional wellbeing. Anyway this is all leading to a question for you, if you have a moment to answer. I made the mistake of googling hypothyroidism. I read that if you are pregnant the baby takes all of your thyroid hormones in the first 3 months and if the baby isnt getting the amount it needs it could affect the baby’s mental development (me and my partner want to have another baby) (obviously I want to get my health on track first). I cried and cried because I want to have another happy and healthy baby. Is this true? There is a history of thyroid problems in my family. My mum has hypothyroidism and she takes thyroid medication. Im not someone who is into medication, but is this something I will need to do as well? Thanks Nat so much for taking the time to read my message. All of the answers to my questions may be in your debunking thyroid ecourse but if this is not the case i’d love to hear from you. I think you are absolutely amazing and the work you are doing is changing the world, especially for us women, it is so empowering. If it wasnt for you I wouln’t have started to study naturopathy, you helped me finally figure out what I want to do with my life and for that I am forever grateful xo

    Warm regards
    Carley

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  37. Ellena

    I have many symptoms of thyroid problems but thyroid tests come up within normal range. What tests can be done other than the standard gp tests

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    • Nat Kringoudis

      Ellena, I’d love to help you more. Have you watched my e-course Debunking Your Thyroid? I think you’d find so many answers there. x

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  38. Rebecca Clarke

    I hope I win, then I will HAVE to come even though it’s a long way…

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  39. kirsten sutherland

    Yes please. I tick 5 🙁 shared and im in melbourne

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  40. Michelle

    Shared…. thank you

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  41. Brittany Truman

    I have “cold hands and feet”, constant “fatigue”, “slow bowels”, and unable to get pregnant at 35 years old and we’ve been trying to conceive for 6 months. I also sleep too light and wake every 2 hours. My mom had hypothyroid and got it corrected then she got pregnant. Am I hypo?

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    • Nat Kringoudis

      Sounds like sub-clinical but you might like to do bloods to confirm this – your symptoms definitely point towards this but you of course would need to confirm further. x

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