Goiter: Natural Treatment For an Enlarged Thyroid By Healthgarde

A goiter (GOI-tur) is an abnormal enlargement of your thyroid gland. Your thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland located at the base of your neck just below your Adam's apple. Although goiters are usually painless, a large goiter can cause a cough and make it difficult for you to swallow or breathe.

Goiter: Natural Treatment For an Enlarged Thyroid

The most common cause of goiters worldwide is a lack of iodine in the diet. In the United States, where the use of iodized salt is common, a goiter is more often due to the over or underproduction of thyroid hormones or to nodules that develop in the gland itself.

Treatment depends on the size of the goiter, your symptoms, and the underlying cause. Small goiters that aren't noticeable and don't cause problems usually don't need treatment.

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Symptoms Of Goitre

Not all goiters cause signs and symptoms. When signs and symptoms do occur t
hey may include:

A visible swelling at the base of your neck that may be particularly obvious when you shave or put on makeup A tight feeling in your throat Coughing Hoarseness Difficulty swallowing Difficulty breathing

Causes Of Goitre

The pituitary gland and hypothalamus

Your thyroid gland produces two main hormones — thyroxine (T-4) and triiodothyronine (T-3). These hormones circulate in your bloodstream and help regulate your metabolism. They maintain the rate at which your body uses fats and carbohydrates, help control your body temperature, influence your heart rate, and help regulate the production of proteins.

Your thyroid gland also produces calcitonin — a hormone that helps regulate the amount of calcium in your blood.

Your pituitary gland and hypothalamus control the rate at which these hormones are produced and released.

The process begins when the hypothalamus — an area at the base of your brain that acts as a thermostat for your whole system — signals your pituitary gland to make a hormone known as thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH). Your pituitary gland — also located at the base of your brain — releases a certain amount of TSH, depending on how much thyroxine and T-3 are in your blood. Your thyroid gland, in turn, regulates its production of hormones based on the amount of TSH it receives from the pituitary gland.

Having a goiter doesn't necessarily mean that your thyroid gland isn't working normally. Even when it's enlarged, your thyroid may produce normal amounts of hormones. It might also, however, produce too much or too little thyroxine and T-3.

Several factors can cause your thyroid gland to enlarge. Among the most common are:

Iodine deficiency

Iodine, which is essential for the production of thyroid hormones, is found primarily in seawater and in the soil in coastal areas. In the developing world, people who live inland or at high elevations are often iodine deficient and can develop goiters when the thyroid enlarges to obtain more iodine. The initial iodine deficiency may be made even worse by a diet high in hormone-inhibiting foods, such as cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower.

Although a lack of dietary iodine is the main cause of goiters in many parts of the world, this is not often the case in countries where iodine is routinely added to table salt and other foods.

Graves' disease. 

A goiter can sometimes occur when your thyroid gland produces too much thyroid hormone (hyperthyroidism). In Graves' disease, antibodies produced by your immune system mistakenly attack your thyroid gland, causing it to produce excess thyroxine. This over-stimulation causes the thyroid to swell.

Hashimoto's disease. 

A goiter can also result from an underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism). Like Graves' disease, Hashimoto's disease is an autoimmune disorder. But instead of causing your thyroid to produce too much hormone, Hashimoto's damages your thyroid so that it produces too little.

Sensing a low hormone level, your pituitary gland produces more TSH to stimulate the thyroid, which then causes the gland to enlarge.

Multinodular goiter. 

In this condition, several solid or fluid-filled lumps called nodules develop on both sides of your thyroid, resulting in overall enlargement of the gland.

Solitary thyroid nodules. 

In this case, a single nodule develops in one part of your thyroid gland. Most nodules are noncancerous (benign) and don't lead to cancer. Thyroid cancer. Thyroid cancer is far less common than benign thyroid nodules. A biopsy of a thyroid nodule is very accurate in determining if it's cancerous.


A hormone produced during pregnancy, human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG), may cause your thyroid gland to enlarge slightly. Inflammation. Thyroiditis is an inflammatory condition that can cause pain and swelling in the thyroid. It may also cause an over-or underproduction of thyroxine.

Risk factors (Goitre)

Goiters can affect anyone. They may be present at birth and occur at any time throughout life. 
Some common risk factors for goiters include:

A lack of dietary iodine.

People living in areas where iodine is in short supply and who don't have access to iodine supplements are at high risk of goiters. Being female. Because women are more prone to thyroid disorders, they're also more likely to develop goiters. Your age. Goiters are more common after age 40.

Medical history:

A personal or family history of the autoimmune disease increases your risk. Pregnancy and menopause. For reasons that aren't entirely clear, thyroid problems are more likely to occur during pregnancy and menopause. Certain medications. Some medical treatments, including the heart drug. Radiation exposure. You're risking increases if you've had radiation treatments to your neck or chest area or you've been exposed to radiation in a nuclear facility, test, or accident.

Complications (Goitre)

Small goiters that don't cause physical or cosmetic problems aren't a concern. But large goiters can make it hard to breathe or swallow and can cause a cough.

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Dandelion leaves reduce swelling in the neck


Garlic reduces swelling and encourages the production of glutathione, a molecule that helps maintain a healthy thyroid gland. It has antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties and plant chemicals that help function body cells and cure the problem. Cook with garlic and chew fresh garlic cloves to prevent goiter, and follow the processes below to treat it.

Foods Rich in Iodine

Iodine deficiency is a major cause of goiter. Adding iodine-rich foods to your regular diet will help prevent goiter. As with all else, iodine must be used in proper dosages
The foods listed below contain plenty of iodine.
• Seafood
• Iodized salt
• Kale
• cabbage
• Shrimp
• Milk
• Cod
• Baked potato with peel
• Navy beans
• Tuna
• Cranberries
• Kelp
• Plain yogurt
• Turkey
• Eggs

 Selenium-Rich Foods

 Like Iodine, selenium plays a major role in keeping the thyroid gland healthy and functioning properly. During the synthesis process, selenium converts into various types of selenoproteins and helps the production of thyroid hormones, and protects the thyroid gland against goiter. Eat the below-listed foods to prevent goiter.

Green Tea

 Green tea has stimulating and energy-boosting properties that help to enhance the proper functioning of the thyroid gland. Green tea contains naturally occurring fluorides and anti-oxidants that protect your glands from toxins and free radicals.

Diet Plan For Goiter Treatment

• Eat fresh fruits like pineapple, oranges, apples, papayas, etc, and vegetables, especially leafy greens.
• Include iodine and selenium foods in your diet to prevent goiter.
• Avoid processed, spicy, and greasy foods.
• Drink plenty of water and organic fruit and vegetable juices.
• Eat iron-rich foods to get relief from goiter and strengthen the thyroid gland.
• Eat plenty of foods rich in vitamin A such as sweet potatoes, red pepper, leafy green vegetables, carrots, butternut squash,  paprika, liver pate, dried herb, apricot (dried), mangoes, tomatoes, milk, and green peas in your diet.
• Eat plenty of foods rich in vitamin B such as dairy products, cereals, beans, pulses, salmon, meat, tuna, herring, seeds, Brussels, broccoli, corn, okra, parsnips, raspberries, dates, grapefruits, avocados, watermelon, and sprouts.
• Instead of eating 3 large meals a day, eat 5-6 small ones to regulate your metabolism.
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