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Remember, seeking help for concerns about thyroid disorders and their potential impact on mental health is a proactive step towards improving overall well-being and addressing any underlying medical conditions.


  1. Fatigue and Weakness: Individuals with thyroid disorders often experience persistent fatigue and weakness, impacting their daily activities.

  2. Weight Changes: Both hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism can lead to unexplained weight gain or loss.

  3. Mood Swings: Thyroid imbalances can contribute to mood swings, irritability, anxiety, or even depression.

  4. Irregular Menstrual Cycles: Thyroid dysfunction can lead to irregularities in menstrual cycles, including heavy or prolonged bleeding.

  5. Hair and Skin Changes: This may include thinning hair, dry skin, or changes in texture.

  6. Muscle and Joint Pain: Individuals may experience muscle weakness or pain, as well as joint stiffness.


  1. Autoimmune Conditions: Conditions like Hashimoto's thyroiditis (hypothyroidism) and Graves' disease (hyperthyroidism) occur when the immune system mistakenly attacks the thyroid gland.

  2. Iodine Deficiency: Insufficient iodine in the diet can lead to thyroid dysfunction.

  3. Stress and Hormonal Changes: Chronic stress and significant hormonal changes, such as during pregnancy or menopause, can impact thyroid function.

  4. Genetics: Family history can play a role in the development of thyroid disorders.

Impact on Women's Mental Health:

  1. Mood Disorders: Thyroid imbalances can contribute to mood disorders, including anxiety and depression. Proper management of thyroid function is essential for mental well-being.

  2. Body Image Concerns: Weight changes and other physical symptoms of thyroid disorders can lead to body image concerns and impact self-esteem.

  3. Cognitive Function: Thyroid dysfunction can affect cognitive function, leading to difficulties in concentration, memory, and overall mental clarity.

  4. Stress and Anxiety: Coping with the symptoms and management of thyroid disorders can contribute to stress and anxiety.

  5. Impact on Relationships: Managing a thyroid disorder can require significant support from loved ones. It's important to communicate openly about the challenges.

  6. Impact on Daily Functioning: Fatigue and weakness can make it difficult to engage in daily activities, which can contribute to feelings of frustration or inadequacy.

  7. Seeking Support: It's important for individuals with thyroid disorders to seek emotional support from healthcare providers, as well as from family or friends.

  8. Professional Help: If concerns about thyroid disorders lead to significant emotional distress or mental health concerns, seeking support from a mental health professional can be very beneficial.




Thyroid and Ayurveda:


Ayurveda offers a holistic approach to managing thyroid disorders, focusing on restoring balance to the body and addressing the underlying causes. It considers both physical and energetic imbalances that may contribute to thyroid dysfunction. Here's how Ayurveda approaches thyroid disorders:At Dyumna Women's Clinic, we pride ourselves on our personalized approach to healthcare. Each patient's journey begins with a comprehensive examination of their medical history, coupled with a thorough review of medical reports. This in-depth analysis forms the foundation for tailoring treatments to address individual needs and provide the corrective measures required. Our team comprises experts from diverse scientific backgrounds, united by a common motto: "We are patient-centric." This guiding principle ensures that every aspect of our care is focused on you, placing your well-being and unique health requirements at the forefront of our treatment strategies.

  1. Balancing Doshas:  Balancing the health and eco-system of your entire body, is the main priority for us at Dyumna. Ayurveda views thyroid disorders as an imbalance of doshas, particularly specialised treatments that aim to restore doshic equilibrium.

  2. Internal Remedies:At Dyumna, our commitment is to the essence of treatment. We diligently prescribe the precise internal medicines tailored exclusively for you, ensuring optimal and effective results. Ayurvedic herbs with properties that support thyroid function and balance doshas may be recommended. Examples include Guggul, guduchi, Ashwagandha, and Triphala.

  3. Diet and Nutrition: At Dyumna, we place your 'Gut Health' at the forefront of our focus, customizing it to align precisely with your body's unique requirements. Ayurveda empowers us with dietary wisdom that not only harmonizes hormones but also nurtures reproductive health and overall metabolism. This involves embracing foods that not only nourish but also balance essential hormones. In Ayurveda, the concept of 'Gut Health' holds paramount importance, guiding us to prescribe foods tailored to each individual's specific digestive needs. Ayurveda provides dietary guidelines to support optimal thyroid function.

  4. Panchakarma Therapies: Panchakarma therapies may be recommended to detoxify the body, balance doshas, and promote optimal thyroid health.

  5. Abhyanga (Ayurvedic Massage): Abhyanga with specific herbal oils can help improve circulation, reduce stress, and support hormonal balance.

  6. Yoga and Pranayama: Gentle yoga postures and controlled breathing exercises can help improve thyroid function, reduce stress, and promote overall well-being.

  7. Meditation and Mindfulness: Practices that promote mental and emotional well-being are encouraged to reduce stress and support hormonal balance.

  8. Lifestyle Adjustments: Ayurveda emphasizes maintaining a balanced daily routine (Dinacharya) to align with natural rhythms and support hormonal balance.

  9. Stress Management: Managing stress is crucial for thyroid function and overall well-being. Techniques like meditation, deep breathing exercises, and spending time in nature are recommended.

  10. Self-Care Practices: Ayurveda encourages self-care practices such as oiling the scalp and body, maintaining personal hygiene, and spending time in nature.

  11. Consultation with an Ayurvedic Practitioner: It's important to consult with a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner experienced in managing thyroid disorders. They can provide personalized guidance based on an individual's constitution and specific needs.

  12. Complementary Therapies: Ayurveda may be used in conjunction with conventional medical care to provide a comprehensive approach to managing thyroid disorders.


The goal is to offer a holistic approach that supports the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of individuals experiencing thyroid disorders.




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