Do you suffer from thyroid problems and have you noticed that this has improved because of the MIR-Method, or has even disappeared altogether? That’s great!
We’d like to hear from you about what has improved! Please answer these questions:
1. How long have you done the MIR-Method?
2. How did the MIR-Method help you and what changes did it bring to your life?
At the bottom of this page is a form, which you can use to report your results. By clicking on “End”, you’ll jump to the form.
Would you like to read more on this subject? Please read the article Mireille Mettes wrote about thyroid disorder.
If you have questions about using the MIR-Method, please look at the page Questions or get in touch with a MIR-Method coach. We don’t answer personal questions on this page.
I’ve been doing the MIR-Method for about a month now and notice that I have become much calmer. Concerning my thyroid; I’ve had problems with it for 30 years and now I’ve got an infection in my thyroid: De Quervain’s thyroiditis. Sept. 25th I have to have my blood checked again, so I can’t say whether the MIR-Method has helped with that until then. In any case, I’m going to continue with it because I can feel that it is doing me good!
Thank you very much Mireille.
Hello, I’ve been doing the MIR-Method for quite a while now and in February, on my own, reduced the amount of thyroid medication. I had already had the feeling for a while that something wasn’t right: the diagnosis was an “underactive thyroid” while I had more symptoms of an “overactive” one. Today the results of a blood test: The values are OK!!! I no longer need to take thyroid medication! Thank you Mireille X
Hi Ineke, nice that you don’t have to take any medication anymore!!! You write “…MIR-Method for quite a while now…” How long is “quite a while”? how long in succession? with or without a coach? I’ve also got an underactive thyroid so I’m curious about the possibilities of MIR-Method.
I’ve had cvs and also fibromyalgia for fifteen years. About six years ago a thyroid problem was added to that. According to the doctors, I would have to take thyroid hormone for life because my body produces antibodies that attack my thyroid. After three months of the MIR-Method, it appears that there is much less of the thyroid-stimulating hormone in my blood and I’ve been able to lower the dosage of my medication slightly. I hope that it is the result of the MIR-Method and that I can stop taking medication altogether. Otherwise, I remain as exhausted, as I’ve felt for years. It’s difficult to persevere with the MIR-Method without visible results so this proof with my blood test results was a boost.