Being able to balance thyroid hormones while reducing symptoms is more about filling up your life with joy and magic instead of following a list of what not to do.
Happy World Thyroid Day!
I talk a bit about having this invisible illness. Raising awareness and showing my real self wherever I go!
It’s not easy having this, not one bit, specially during a pandemic. This means that there has been a lot less movement and a lot more bad sitting positions.
As an active person that I am, I’ve been hit hard. Now, at last with Summer and vaccines around the corner for all, I can see the light.
I’m going to get some great sunshine every day, find (even more) joy in everything I do, turn my phone off a whole lot than I already do, laugh every single day out loud, read tons of good books be present, be still, take long walks, be even more thankful, play more and lots more.
I get up every single day with energy to shine on because LIFE IS WORTH IT.
I know it is, among the chaos and the pain and the constant tiredness while I get regulated …
YOU make it worth it. And I know I got what it takes to continue my journey.
No matter how many times I’ve been bullied for my looks and my weight, I know myself. And I got myself. Stronger, wiser, better and full of more self-love and care every single day.
The thyroid is that butterfly looking gland in front of your neck that controls EVERYTHING in your body. And it affects 5/8 women.
If you feel like you may have thyroid disease, please reach out to your doctor and advocate for yourself until YOU are satisfied. If you have a family history of thyroid disease, PLEASE go talk to your doctor.
TAG someone who needs to hear this message. Tag a profile you follow that has information. Let’s spread the word together.
You aren’t alone, just the opposite. And there is a way to live a life full of health, pleasure, magic with all the spark & spice in the world.
Join along, do the work, get informed, believe in yourself and trust the universe.
Don’t believe me? Just watch!