Hi everyone, I'm Jacqui. I just recently found this forum and wondered if anyone could help me out with a quick question. I know that TSH tends to be higher in the morning and this is the best time to have the test done but would this still be the case for someone who does constant night shift?
I tried googling it but couldn't find a whole lot of clear info and am still unsure how much reversed sleep patterns throw your body's natural circadian rhythm out of whack.
In my case would it be better to book an afternoon appointment for after I'd slept for a few hours, or are TSH levels higher during the night regardless of when you sleep?