301 North Main St, West Hartford, CT | 860-232-9662 | DrAieta@aol.com

Dr. Aieta is a Licensed Naturopathic Physician with a thriving practice in West Hartford CT for the last 20 years. He is a Nutritionist and is certified in Acupuncture. He specializes in the treatment of both acute and chronic disease, including Lyme disease, utilizing the most advanced natural therapeutics.

Dr. Aieta offers a wide range of natural, non-toxic treatments, which include: Acupuncture, Spinal Manipulation, Clinical Nutrition, Diet and Lifestyle Counseling, Detoxification, Pain Management, Herbal Medicine, and Natural Hormone Balancing.

Signs & Symptoms of a Low Thyroid

Signs-and-Symptoms-of-low-thyroid

The thyroid is a small gland located in the neck and is responsible for producing hormones that regulate the rate at which our cells utilize the fuel that we take in from our diet. These thyroid hormones can have a major impact on how we feel on a daily basis. A dysfunction in this gland can lead to a wide array of negative signs and symptoms.

The following are a few signs & symptoms of low thyroid production (hypothyroidism):

* weight gain
* puffy face
* depression
* decreased sexual interest
* constipation
* cold intolerance
* headaches
* cold hands and feet
* brittle nails
* swollen legs, feet, hands or abdomen
* rough dry skin
* insomnia
* menstrual irregularities
* fatigue

Thyroid hormones can have a major impact on how we feel on a daily basis.

 
TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) is actually not a thyroid hormone but a pituitary hormone that does exactly what the name implies; it stimulates the thyroid gland to produce thyroid hormones.
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Health Benefits of CBD

CBD Oil For Health CBD Offers Many Health Benefits

I’m really excited to discuss with you my brand new hemp based Phyto-Cannabinoid product that I just introduced to my Phyto-Cannabinoid line.

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Did You Know That Cholesterol Is A Necessary Part of Human Existence?

From cholesterol in the diet and cholesterol manufactured in the liver originates many of the major hormones that fuel the human endocrine system.

Cholesterol is essential for the body's production of pregnenolone, progesterone, cortisol, DHEA, testosterone, estrone, estradiol and estriol.

Most people when asked about cholesterol simply equate it to heart disease yet they don't realize that cholesterol is actually vital for human life.

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