Same here, Turgon. I've had cold hands and feet for as long as I can remember. And since 1998, or so, I've had chills/heat at any time of day or night. I've mentioned this to doctors who just say, "yeah" and that's that. I got my doctor to add a thyroid test to my blood work that is coming up. I will be interested to see the results.Turgon said:Thank you so much for sharing this session!
The bolded parts along with cold hands and cold feet have been an ongoing issue with me for the longest time. I'm trying not to get my hopes up too much, but I'm reading through the iodine thread now and the purported benefits and I am getting a little excited as to what it can do. It does almost seem like it's too good to be true! But let's give it a shot and see what happens!Laura said:Q: (L) Toxicity. It's the terrain, not the microbe. I was reading that deficiency of iodine in any tissue can cause problems with that area of the body. If you are deficient you might have dry mouth, dry eyes, inability to sweat, brain fog, nodules in the skin like are common with arthritis, fibrosis and fibroids, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue and on and on the list goes. The major thing is the failure of the immune system allowing so-called autoimmune conditions to develop.