Attention females, ages 45-65, suffering with thyroid symptoms: Health 1st of the Triad is having an upcoming workshop that explains the latest information on Natural Solutions To Thyroid Dysfunctions. Go ahead and register to attend “Why Do I Feel Sick and My Lab Tests Are Normal?” scheduled for April 26, 2016 by clicking the link above or calling any of Health 1st’s 4 Triad Location offices.
Health 1st of the Triad is sponsoring this event, which will cover key issues such as:
The Thyroid Tests That Must Be Performed To Truly Understand The Problem – If the Proper Testing is not performed, it is highly unlikely to truly undertand which of the 6 types of Hypothyroidism a person is suffering with
Foods That Can Make Thyroid Symptoms Worse – Why Certain Foods Make The Symptoms Worse
Is It Truly A Thyroid Issue – Many people have thyroid symptoms without having a thyroid problem, this is answered in the workshop
Full details on the event can be found on the company website at http://hftriadwellness.com or learn more about the event by clicking the link above.
When asked about the reasons behind creating this event, the host of the event, Dr. Clifton Mays said:
Hundreds of people are suffering with thyroid issues and don’t know where to turn. This workshop was created to help people learn the answers that they’ve been searching for and help them understand there are solutions for those who suffer with thyroid dysfunction. Although this topic can be overwhelming, this workshop has broken down the information into an easy to understand workshop where people can ask questions and learn more about their particular situation. Many people are intimidated when going to the doctor and don’t feel comfortable asking questions that they have about their condition. This workshop helps people gain the confidence to ask the right questions and finally get the right answers to their health concerns.
The Health 1st of the Triad website has full details about the sessions at this year’s event. Interested parties can visit the website at: http://hftriadwellness.com. To speak with someone directly or if there are more questions, call the offices at (336) 543-2231 and someone will answer those questions.
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