There is a simple home thyroid test that you can use to be proactive and may ensure that your thyroid is within healthy ranges.
Recognize this is just a tool in determining if your thyroid is in healthy ranges. And if not, I recommend that you consult a medical professional and have your thyroid tested professionally!
When levels are in normal range we can be proactive in ensuring that are thyroid is getting the proper amino acids and minerals to support healthy thyroid function. The thyroid gland regulates body metabolism, energy, and body temperature.
What do I need to do a Home Test?
This is what you will need to do a home thyroid test:
That is it!
How is the Home Test Done?
Why Should I use a Basal Thermometer?
Basal thermometers are more accurate than oral thermometer and are designed to measure in this manner. Mercury thermometers are the most accurate with non-mercury being close. Digital thermometers are the least accurate.
How Many Days do I Take the Readings?
Take the readings a minimum of three days. For menstruating women start on the third day of your cycle for best results and track for three to ten days.
How do I interpret the Thyroid Test Results?
Normal temperatures are between 97.6 F (36.5 C) and 98.2 F (36.7 C). If the temperature is below 97.6 F (36.5 C) then your thyroid is out of range and it is recommended that you consult a medical professional.
How do I Support Healthy Thyroid Function?
Thyromin natural thyroid supplement maximizes nutritional support for healthy thyroid function. It contains peppermint, spearmint, myrtle and myrrh essential oils; and other miners and amino acids as well. Click here for instructions on how to use Thyromin.