Have you ever heard medical people or scientists talk about the thyroid and you keep wondering what that is? Let us get some education as we give you some understanding about the thyroid.
The thyroid is normally referred to as the thyroid gland. It is the biggest gland in the neck of a human, though not weighing more than one ounce, and it can be found below the skin and muscle layers in the front (anterior) neck. You will find the thyroid below the Adam’s apple or the larynx.
As many of us know asthma is a respiratory disease which usually affects the lungs and makes breathing very difficult. During an attack of this disease, what happens is that the lungs and airway through which air travels to the lungs get narrowed down and become constricted.
Hence, free movement of air is affected leading to breathlessness, wheezing and other severe problems. Furthermore, as a defensive mechanism during the attack of this disease, the body releases a lot of mucus in the lungs and airway passages in an effort to push out the invading allergens.
This results in phlegm getting accumulated in the passages and lungs leading to mild and severe bouts of cough which is a classic symptom of asthma. Continue reading
Natural and biological control measures are the best alternates of artificial products that only claim the effectiveness but in reality these products are just wastage of time, money and efforts because these can not give dramatic results.
The natural control measures have wide range of adaptability as there is a complete and efficient check and balance system in the nature for everything. Similarly you can manage the anxiety and related disorders by using natural diets and practices.
The thyroid, which is situated just below the larynx, is a gland of the body that performs a function that is likened to that of feedback. Its function of regulating the metabolism of the body is one that is totally depended upon by every cell that makes up the human body.
In order to perform this function of regulating the body’s metabolism, the thyroid gland absorbs the iodine contained in the food we eat and convert it to thyroid hormones. It is these thyroid hormones that work as the mechanics that regulate the metabolism of the body.