Pnei System and Thyroid Disease


Hypothyroidism is a thyroid dysfunction, usually of genetic nature, due to a decreased secretion of thyroid hormones, Thyroxine and Triiodothyronine. Hyperthyroidism is a syndrome caused by an excess of thyroid hormones in the bloodstream. Among the causes in human beings there are some common forms, such as diffused toxic goiter, Graves-Basedow’s disease, toxic adenoma (Plummer) and toxic multinodular goiter, and others less common (subacute thyroiditis, thyroiditis postpartum, iatrogenic hyperthyroidism, Hashitossicosi or Hashimoto’s thyroiditis).

The Graves-Basedow’s disease known as Flaiani-Basedow’s disease or Perry’s disease or diffused toxic goiter is an immunological disease characterized by the presence of one or more of the following symptoms: goiter, hyperthyroidism, ophthalmopathy, dermopathy.

The most affected people are women aged between 20 and 40 years.

The PNEI SYSTEM method is an innovative therapeutic strategy that starts from the healing of the “symptom” for which the patient sees the PNEI System doctor for an intensive therapy in the conventional sense (through the use of both academic conventional therapies and homotoxicology and low dose therapy) which is also associated to other critical aspects of health restoration such as nutrition (alkaline and biological) and physical activity (optimization of posture, a key element for health).

Further more patients are taught simple and innovative strategies to reach boosted emotional states which will allow them to drastically change negative psychological states with beneficial effects on quality of life (emotions, work, profession) together with the belief that it is possible to be healed.