Thyroid gland: 8 things in Your home that harm the

The thyroid gland is a very small organ, it is butterfly shaped and located in the lower part of our neck.

Despite its minor parameters, the thyroid gland plays a very important role in the functioning of all systems of the human body, is mainly responsible for the metabolic processes occurring in it.






When the thyroid gland there are any changes, it affects many other organs in our bodiesand that can significantly reduce quality of life due to the development of various diseases.

However, the most common cause of thyroid problems is the accumulation in the body of toxins and other harmful substances.

If you lead a healthy lifestyle and try to follow a proper, balanced diet, of course, the impact of toxins on the body can be reduced, however, on the other hand, there are various household products that, on the contrary, only aggravate the situation and may adversely affect the thyroid gland and other organs.

The fact is that a large number of products of household chemical cleaners and just the objects that daily surround us, contain all the same toxins. And if you want to really take care of their health, it is desirable to minimize their use. This will be another sure way to protect yourself from the risks of such problems.

Pesticides






Already several scientific studies have confirmed that people somehow come in contact with pesticides have higher risks of developing thyroid disease.

During one of these studies also found that this also applies to relatives of people "at risk": for example, wives of men who are on duty every day dealing with pesticides, more at risk of developing thyroid disease, compared to the wives of the healthier professions.

Another study warns us that 60% of pesticides used today, do cause certain changes in the thyroid gland.

Thus, there remains no doubt that all these numerous antifungal agents, herbicides and insecticides and all sprayed and watered crops, is harmful to the thyroid gland in particular and our health in General.

Flame retardant

A flame retardant or otherwise polybromodiphenyl ethers (PBDEs) also cause changes in the thyroid gland.

These kinds of products not so far from us as it may seem, they are on the TV screens and computers, as well as in the fillings of upholstered furniture, carpets, etc.

In addition, the effects of these PBDEs experts associated with the emergence of behavioral problems and development issues.

Plastic






Plastic is known, also has a negative impact on the body. The main problem with this material is one of its components, and mennonitische a substance called antimony, it "leaks" from plastic containers and into our body.

Scientists from the University of Copenhagen (Denmark) found antimony in juices and fruit drinks sold in plastic containers, and the level of this chemical is 2,5 times higher than are allowed for regular tap water!

It was also revealed that some of the phthalates included in the plastic bottles, also negatively affect the thyroid gland.

Non-stick means

Most non-stick means, as a rule, contain compounds perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), the chemical used in the manufacture of Teflon coatings, food containers and many other everyday things that we use constantly, about anything without thinking.

Meanwhile, the chemical has a negative impact on our thyroid, even if it (the impact) and a moderate. Therefore, it is better to completely abandon using them to be sure to protect yourself from possible diseases of the thyroid gland.

Toothpaste with triclosan

Some popular types of toothpaste contain an ingredient known as triclosan, which is also bad for the thyroid gland, production of testosterone and estrogen, and prevents the action of antibiotics.

Triclosan is a very dangerous substance because it prevents proper production of thyroid hormones, thus affecting the normal work of the reproductive system and slows down the metabolism.

Antibacterial agents






Today in the market you can find a great variety of types of anti-bacterial Soaps and lotions for the skin. However, they may contain triclosan, which we discussed above.

Why is it there? The fact that triclosan acts like an antibiotic itself, it is able to control various bacteria that enter the us on the skin of hands, feet, teeth and other body parts.

That is the advantage of it is, but it is harmful to other bodily functions (e.g. thyroid gland).

Heavy metals

Most chemicals that we use in everyday life contain a certain amount of heavy metals such as, for example, mercury, lead or aluminum. They, in turn, can lead to the development of autoimmune thyroid disease (Hashimoto's Disease or graves ' disease).

Soy

Soy protein contains phytoestrogens, which can interfere with the peroxidase thyroid.

Thus, this product interferes with the normal functioning of thyroid gland by blocking the body's ability to use iodine, and it is during this process of iron and produces hormones.

Another downside of soy is that today, most of it genetically modified (GMO), and although the evidence is not yet, it is believed that in the long run it can also be harmful to health.published

 

 

See also: Thyroid gland: psychosomatic problems

 

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Source: steptohealth.ru/8-veshhej-u-vas-v-dome-kotorye-vliyayut-na-sostoyanie-shhitovidnoj-zhelezy/

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