Restless, drinking excessive amount of water, weight loss-but hungry, trouble swallowing, rapid breathing.
- A cat will display restlessness, meowing at night.
- Thyroid and endocrine system support.
- Digestive system issues, hyperactivity, shedding fur.
- The liver can also be affected, if a loss of appetite.
Set of 4 Bottles
1. HyperThyroid 50ml
2. Calm 30ml drops
3. Nutra 100ml drops
4. Thyro Reg 50ml liquid
Non-Drug Prescriptions - Set of 4 - for your cat.
1. HyperThyroid 50ml
Contains homeopathic, nosode, sarcode complex: Thyroiodinum, Thyroxine, Thyrotrophimum nosode, lodum 30C,1M, Bromium 30X, Lycopus, Thyroidinum nosode, Thymus sarcode and nosode (immunity boosting), Cheld, Nux Vomica, Crataegus 2X, 30C (heart muscle tonic), Zingiber with Parathyroid sarcode 6C, 30C, Thyroidinum 30X (goiter and hyperthyroidism), Lapis Alb 12X, 30C (goiter), with Kali Mur 2X, 3C, 12X, 30C ( will help prevention "feline saddle thrombosis" - blood clot)
2. Calm 30ml
Contains homeopathic complex: Coffea, Avena Sativa, Hum, Ignatia, Kali Phos, PassIflora, Sum, Valerina, Chamomilla, (NAR) Calming mix 6C, 30C (calming entire system)
3. Nutra 100ml
Contains homeopathic energetic nutritional blend: Amino Acid L-taurine, B complex, Essiac formula, Vit C, Vanadium (digestive aid tonic) Coenzyme Q1O, Liver Detox formula 6C, 30C
4. Thyro Reg 50ml
Contains herbal concentrate formula: Dandelion (kidney and liver), Bugleweed (thyroid), Hawthorn Berries (heart tonic), Skullcap, Hops, Valerian, Lemon Balm, Siberian Ginseng.
* Bugleweed herb (Botanical names: Lycopus virginicus) inhibits the binding of antibodies to the thyroid gland. These antibodies can cause the most common form of hyperthyroidism, Graves disease. All these actions may help explain bugleweed benefit in people with mildly overactive thyroids.
* Reference: University of Michigan Health System. 1500 E. Medical Center Drive. Ann Arbor, MI 48109
NOTE: The formula No 4. Thyro Reg, formula (is different to the other 3 formulas homeopathic formula), this is a herbal treatment, which means it is strong tasting and smelling. Having alcohol in the herbs we also need to dissolve this each time, before giving orally or adding to meals. * If this is too difficult to manage, then concentrate on formula no 1. HyperThyroid 50ml drops, this is homeopathic medicines and can be added to meals and on body each time.
If your pet is on Thyroid drugs e.g Methimazole tablets. It is fine to do both, most people find they need less and less of the drug, some people/vets have taken the pet off the drug, as the drug or amount was not working for the pet. It is fine to continue both, but do keep in mind the fewer chemicals put in the body the less likely drug side effects and toxic build occur.
Thyroid function and disease can be treated very successfully, nontoxic, thru professional homeopathic care.
Toxicities and nutritional depletion's can make the condition worse.
Even if Vet did a thyroid test, yet your cat still has many of the below symptoms, then using natural thyroid support remedies will help prevent thyroid issues become worse.
Hyperthyroidism is the overproduction of thyroid hormone by the thyroid glands. Hyperthyroidism occurs most commonly in older cats (is rare in dogs). The average age of cats with hyperthyroidism is 13 years of age; only about 5 % of hyperthyroid cats are younger than 10 years of age. There are 2 thyroid glands located in the neck. One or both of the glands can enlarge and overproduce thyroid hormone. Involvement of both glands is more common than involvement of one gland. Thyroid hormone affects the function of most organs in the body, so the signs of hyperthyroidism are quite variable. Occasionally complications may develop including damage to the parathyroid glands, which are closely attached to the thyroid gland, damage to nerves close to the thyroid gland or damage to the voice box.
Parathyroid gland damage causes low blood calcium that may cause seizures. Low blood calcium is treated with calcium and magnesium or vitamin D (cod liver oil from capsules). Nerve damage causes the abnormal size of the pupils of the eyes and droopy eyelids. Damage to the voice box causes a change in voice.
The most common clinical signs of "hyperthyroidism" (overactive thyroid function) in cats:
include weight loss,
increased appetite - wanting to eat often, but not putting on weight (or decreased appetite),
with increased thirst causing more urination (possible chronic loss of urine can cause potassium depletion).
aggressive or upset (which is out of character)
Other signs of hyperthyroidism can include:
increased activity and restlessness
aggressive or "cranky" behavior
a poor hair coat
a fast heart rate
increased water drinking
an increased amount of stool or diarrhea
occasionally difficulty breathing
Physical symptoms of hyperthyroidism may be gradual at first, but eventually, they may become obvious and problematic.
These symptoms of hyperthyroidism include a visible large mass over trachea and larynx of the cat, dyspnea (difficult breathing), dysphagia (difficulty in swallowing), weight loss, dysphonia (hoarseness.)
A visible mass is commonly associated with hyperthyroidism, and may, in fact, be the tumor that is causing the thyroid to misfire. It usually covers the trachea and the larynx of the cat.
Dyspnea is shortness of breath, and is associated with hyperthyroidism because there is often an overexertion of respiratory function, causing the cat to hunger for air.
Dysphagia is a problem with swallowing. Cats with hyperthyroidism often develop a mass on their trachea. This mass may interfere with the swallowing function.
Dysphonia is hoarseness of voice, which can be associated with a damaged trachea, often in the case of hyperthyroidism, due to a mass or tumor on the thyroid.
Weight loss is a very common symptom of hyperthyroidism, for a couple reasons. The increase in the hormones T4 and T3 increase the metabolic rate of the animal, meaning it burns calories at a higher rate. Also, the increase in activity level burns more calories also.
As some of these symptoms may be difficult to identify as abnormal, it is important to keep track of any behavior or physicality that is inconsistent with your cat previously.
Also a "hyperactivity" behavior to various degrees that is not their normal character. e.g. becoming vocal with meowing and restlessness mainly during the night, and occasional diarrhea.
Physically - the high levels of thyroid hormones can cause the development of heart disease, and these patients may have a heart murmur, difficulty breathing, high heart rate, and arrhythmias.
However, sometimes some of these symptoms are also from congested liver.
What are the symptoms of “POOR LIVER” Health ?
The following are all symptoms associated with poor liver health.
Has your cat doing any of these things below?
• Circling, running into walls and acting confused after meals
• Stumbling and walking like "drunk"
• "Star gazing" or staring off into space
• Learning disabilities (difficult to train)
• Sluggishness (lethargy) and/or drowsiness or sleepiness
• Becoming Disorientated
• Aimless Wandering
• Compulsive pacing
• Head pressing
• Desire to get into small, tight spaces
• Blindness related to a brain abnormality
• Sudden aggression
• Lack of appetite
• Increased urination or lack of urination (inability to urinate often seen in male dogs)
• Frequent voiding of small volumes
• Orange-brown urine (often seen in male dogs)
• Increased thirst
• Excessive salivation
• Stunted growth
• Prolonged recovery from sedation or anesthesia (as all chemical drugs affect the liver)