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HYPERTHYROIDISM- ARE YOU GETTING FAT,TIRED AND DEPRESSED?

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"You can never understand it unless you have felt the fatigue of hyperthyroidism."


Are you having symptoms that you think are normal parts of life, such as fatigue and having trouble with your memory, lack of concentration, or focus? Do you have dry or dead skin? Do you often feel your hands and feet cold and sweaty all the time? Is your voice becoming hoarse? Is your cholesterol high? Do you have difficulty in losing weight or have you gained weight recently? Are you suffering from stress or anxiety? Are you having muscle cramps and muscle pain or weakness?You need to worry as you might be suffering from hyperthyrodism.


What is Hypothyroidism?

When you get afflicted with hypothyroidism your overall metabolic function slows down because the master gland that balances hormones is not functioning properly.

If your thyroid slows down it adversely affects other organs also including your brain, heart, gut, and muscles.

How Low Thyroid Function Affects Your Health

Hypothyroidism doesn’t only make you tired but can lead to more serious problems, including heart attacks and diabetes.

Who is Affected by Hypothyroidism?

This problem affects men and women of all ages.

Chronic symptoms of hypothyroidism

Ask yourself if you have any of the following symptoms:

1.Poor concentration and memory                  

2.Depression

3.Dry skin

4.Hoarse voice

5.Thin and coarse hair

6.Being very sensitive to cold

7.Having cold  and sweaty hands and feet

8.Low body temperature

9.Muscle pain

10.Weakness or cramps

11.High cholesterol

12.Constipation

13.Weight gain

14.Puffy eye

15.High cholesterol

16.Irregular menstrual periods

17.Slowed heart rate

18.Temperature lower than 97.6 degrees F




These tests are best to determine if you have a thyroid problem

1.TSH

2.Free T4

3.Free T3

4.Reverse T3

5.Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies (TPOAb)

6.Thyroglobulin Antibodies (TgAb)

What are 5 things you can do to improve your thyroid function?

1.Take a capsule of multivitamin with Iodine, Zinc, Selenium, Iron, Vitamin D and B vitamins.

2. Take a tyrosine supplement to help with the FT4 to FT3 conversion.

3. Include yoga, exercise, and meditation to deal your stress and depression.

4. Take  8 to 10 hours of sleep a night.

5. Get fluoride, bromide, and chlorine out of your diet and environment.



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