Graves’ disease is an autoimmune pathological condition that affects the thyroid gland function. It is more common among women and the onset begins usually before the age of 40. In this disease, the immune system mistakenly produces antibodies known as thyrotropin receptor antibodies (TRab), that attach to the cells of the thyroid gland, causing it to produce large amounts of thyroid hormones. This condition is known as hyperthyroidism. There are many factors that increase the risk of the disease, such as smoking, the co-existence of other autoimmune disorders such as Rheumatoid arthritis or diabetes type 1 and a positive for the disease family history.
Diagnosis of Real Causes & Treatment of Graves’ Syndrome
- Gradual restoration of cellular function
- Personalized therapeutic protocols, without chemical residues and excipients
- Treating the real causes
- Therapeutic formulas that work alone or in combination with any other medication
- Adopting a Molecular / Therapeutic Nutrition Plan
The clinical manifestations of Grave’s disease include fatigue, anxiety, bulging eyes (Grave’s opthalmopathy), palpitations, weight loss, menstrual cycle irregularities or loss of sexual desire (libido). Grave’s opthalmopathy is a condition present in about 30% of people with Grave’s disease in which the muscles and tissue around the eyes are affected.