Wednesday, 11 December 2013

Hyperthyroidism in Pregnancy - The Preventions

Hyperthyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid gland is over active and produces too much thyroid hormones.
Hyperthyroidism during pregnancy mostly happens to younger women and usually is over looked due to the production of hormone HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. It is very important that hyperthyroidism is controlled after the 12 weeks of pregnancy, if left untreated, it can increase the risk of miscarriage or birth defect.
There is no effective way to prevent hyperthyroidism during pregnancy,but
A. How to
1. Quit Smoking
2. Prevent exposure to Iodine
As exposure to Iodine increase the risk of hyperthyroidism.
3. Eating healthy
Eating healthy by providing your body before and during pregnancy is the best way to prevent all kins of diseases, including hyperthyroidism. For more information of over 100 healthy foods
4. Meditation or Yoga
Mediation and yoga can help a woman to calm and relax, thus reducing or lessening the risk of the disease caused by stress related
5. Limit intake of saturated fats and fats
As they can increase the risk of heart diseases and stroke.
6. Limit intake of alcohol
7. Moderate exercise to enhance the normal production of certain hormones.
8. Etc.

B. Nutritional supplements
1. Vitamin D
In a study of Vitamin D deficiency modulates Graves' hyperthyroidism induced in BALB/c mice by thyrotropin receptor immunization, researcher found that found that different chromosomes or loci confer susceptibility to TSHR antibody induction versus thyroid function. Our present studies provide evidence that an environmental factor, vitamin D, has only minor effects on induced immunity to the TSHR, but directly affects thyroid function in mice.

2. Vitamins B12
Vitamin B12 is critical for iron metabolism. Increased risk of hyperthyroidism for women with deficiency of Vitamin B12.

3. Magnesium
In a study of Evaluation of ionized and total serum magnesium concentrations in hyperthyroid cats by Cornelia V. Gilroy, Barbara S. Horney, Shelley A. Burton, and Allan L. MacKenzie, researchers found that in the hyperthyroid cats, the range of ionized serum magnesium concentrations was 0.42 to 0.65 mmol/L and the range of total magnesium serum concentrations 0.75 to 1.23 mmol/L. In the healthy cats, the corresponding ranges were 0.47 to 0.67 mmol/L and 0.78 to 1.13 mmol/L.

4. Omega 3 fatty acid
In a study of Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Inflammation and Autoimmune Diseases
Artemis P. Simopoulos, MD, FACN, reseacher found that the clinical condition and biochemical factors of patients with arthritis, but the clinical intervention studies in other autoimmune conditions have given conflicting results, most likely due to lack of an adequate number of subjects in some and not taking into consideration the background diet or genetic variation. There is a clear need for more carefully designed and controlled clinical trials in the therapeutic application of omega-3 fatty acids to human autoimmune and inflammatory conditions.

5. Etc.
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