Mega Energy Boost Thyroid

Mega Energy Boost – Thyroid function and medical tests

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Last year we have started the new blog post series called Mega Energy Boost (live link in bio@spiritsexlab)

We’re continuing with our topic of achieving a Mega Energy Boost (#spiritsexlab_energyboost) and today we’re discussing the importance of MEDICAL TESTING! Each coming Tuesday, stay tuned for lots of useful info and practical tips, follow along and share with your friends!

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Medical, emotional and mental ailments can affect our energy levels by causing us to lose great amounts of vigor. Trust me, I’ve been there – feeling tired, unable to depend on my body’s resilience I’ve come to expect over the years. Exactly one year ago I have embarked on a major healing journey – Thyroid Cancer treatment to be exact. I’ve documented the scary, funny and powerful adventures I’ve embarked on during the two surgeries and one radioactive iodine treatments. Want to read more on it, please follow these tags: #ssl_cancer & #raiexperiencefunny

I’m now happy to bring more awareness with regards to #ThyroidCancer detection and emotional balance by volunteering my time at @Gildasclub. The best way to identify whether or not one has Thyroid function issues is by seeing a medical doctor, palpating the neck as well as ordering a panel of blood tests.

Thyroid issues is just one of the potential causes for feeling low on energy one can have. Some other potential factors could be vitamin deficiencies, blood sugar imbalances, food sensitivities, inefficient digestion etc.

TIP: Look into trying the following supplements / vitamins for a potential energetic boost: ginger tea, Kombucha, Vitamins D, B12, Magnesium and Coensyme Q10 (Before beginning to take any supplements, please consult with a physician)

Trust your body, if you feel out of balance emotionally, physically, intellectually, spiritually – please don’t be afraid to reach out and get tested. Comment: How often do you get your tests done?

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