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714d

Other than medication is there anything that has helped your Hashimoto’s? Specific diet, alternative treatments, specific supplement etc. Thanks!

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    • chronically.unchill

      711d

      I found breaking down my symptoms into separate concerns helped me treat myself beyond changing my thyroid meds. I'm gluten and dairy free, which has alleviated a lot of my stomach issues. I try to eat nutrient dense foods too, with good fiber and food-sourced probiotics. I think this has helped with my gut and my fatigue levels. If you're able to commit to it, spending a month working through an elimination diet might help rule out other triggers. It's very time consuming and was stressful for me, but I know I learned a few things from it. I treat my anxiety and depression together. I take medication to manage and remind myself that it's all tied to hormones, cortisol levels, and my cycle when I start feeling out of wack. With fatigue, brain fog and sleep issues, it's harder. I take melatonin or Benadryl to help sleep and keep copious notes and reminders so when my brain fog does get bad, I've got that built into my routine.

    • chronically.unchill

      711d

      I found breaking down my symptoms into separate concerns helped me treat myself beyond changing my thyroid meds. I'm gluten and dairy free, which has alleviated a lot of my stomach issues. I try to eat nutrient dense foods too, with good fiber and food-sourced probiotics. I think this has helped with my gut and my fatigue levels. If you're able to commit to it, spending a month working through an elimination diet might help rule out other triggers. It's very time consuming and was stressful for me, but I know I learned a few things from it. I treat my anxiety and depression together. I take medication to manage and remind myself that it's all tied to hormones, cortisol levels, and my cycle when I start feeling out of wack. With fatigue, brain fog and sleep issues, it's harder. I take melatonin or Benadryl to help sleep and keep copious notes and reminders so when my brain fog does get bad, I've got that built into my routine.

    • Angiebear35

      713d

      Lowering sugar intake or actually eliminating helped me.

    • FlowerGoddess

      713d

      Following 👍

    • Roseflower

      713d

      👍

    • mermaidqueen85

      714d

      I started eating less sugar

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