Recent Advances in Addressing Thyroid Disorders: Allopathy Versus Traditional Medicine
Dhvani H Kuntawala*
Medical Science Department, Institute of Biomedicine - iBiMED, University of Aveiro, Portugal
*Corresponding Author: Dhvani H Kuntawala, Medical Science Department, Institute of Biomedicine - iBiMED, University of Aveiro, Portugal.
March 07, 2022; Published: April 06, 2022
There have been many developments in healing thyroid disorders, it can be through Allopathy (modern medicine) or Traditional medicine (Herbal, Chinese, Spiritual therapy, Ayurveda, by plant or even combined) to diagnose, treat or prevent this illness. However, there are two kinds of thyroid disorders, which include Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism. This review mentions how both ways are used to treat these disorders as they have disadvantages and advantages according to the way they can be used; and highlight future directions for research.
Keywords:Thyroid Disorder; Hypothyroidism; Hyperthyroidism; Modern Medicine; Traditional Medicine
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