THYROID AND PROBLEMS
Many have no idea they have a problem.. If you’re living with ‘unexplained’ weight gain, hair loss, chronic fatigue, poor concentration or memory loss; then you probably have a serious problem with thyroid function.
Warning: Poor thyroid function can lead to serious health issues
At first, hypothyroidism may not be recognized because symptoms such as weakness, weight gain, sensitivity to the cold, cold hands and feet seem so ‘minor’ to most conventionally-trained physicians. Other symptoms of low thyroid function include chronic fatigue, muscle aches, joint pain and heavy menstrual periods.
Conversely, the symptoms of hyperthyroidism include anxiety, shaky hands, excessive sweating, diarrhea, bulging eyes, and an abnormal swelling of the front of the neck called a goiter. If left untreated, hyperthyroidism can be life-threatening and cause heart palpitations, cardiac arrhythmia, rapid heart rate and chest pain.
Generally speaking, if you ignore these symptoms – as the years go by – you may end up feeling more mentally confused; depressed and develop swelling in your arms and legs. Of course, the end stage of poor thyroid function can lead to cardiovascular disease, heart failure, infertility, miscarriages, osteoporosis, birth defects and even cancer.
Are you being tested properly for thyroid disorders?
Unfortunately, the conventional tests including, TSH, FT3 and/or FT4 are not enough because the lab ranges are too broad and fail to reveal a true picture of your health.
Remember, to regain optimal health, one must address the thyroid, adrenal glands, blood chemistry, digestion, nutritional status, toxicity issues and, ultimately, lifestyle habits..
Stop suffering and get help today.
Intend to replace the need for professional advice in any way. Ultimately, it is up to you to work with a qualified, medical professional and make an informed decision.