Yes it does.
Yoga, Pranayam and a diet rich in selenium and zinc helps a lot encouraging production of thyroxine, henceforth reducing the levels of TSH.
One of the best pain relievers and anti-inflammatories available in nature. Ginger provides a wide range of benefits, with barely any side-effects. Several studies have proven that ginger is just as, if not, better than commonly used anti-inflammatory painkillers like ibuprofen, betamethasone, and Mefenamic acid, in a wide range of conditions ranging from Osteoarthritis, Dysmenorrhea, Rheumatoid Arthritis and more. Ginger is able to block inflammatory mediators like Leukotrienes and reduce Cytokines, making is a powerful weapon against pain. In my practice, I use Ginger in combination with a few other herbs (which I will mention next) for treating Fibromyalgia and have had much success with it.