You eat healthy, exercise regularly, and try to take good care of your health. But for some seemingly unexplainable reason, you have high blood pressure. In some cases, hypertension can be caused by an underlying health condition that you might not even know you have, like hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism. Your
Fatigue, weight gain, dry skin, difficulty concentrating… Does this describe YOU, yet your thyroid labs are normal? If so, you may have the autoimmune disorder, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, where your immune system attacks your thyroid.
Changing your diet can help you heal your thyroid and alleviate fatigue, depression, weight gain, and many other symptoms. Get started with this targeted Hashimoto’s diet.
You’re experiencing celiac disease symptoms and your doctor suspects you may have celiac disease. That’s hard enough. But you also need to be aware that celiac disease symptoms can tee you up for a host of related disorders. Autoimmune disorders lead this list.
A 1999 Italian study published in the journal
Thyroid disorders don’t top most women’s lists of health concerns, but about 20 million Americans have some kind of thyroid condition, according to the American Thyroid Association. Women are five to eight times more likely than men to have thyroid conditions, and one in eight women will develop a thyroid
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Depressed? An underactive thyroid may be to blame! Learn if you have any of the common underactive thyroid symptoms in women or men, how to test for thyroid disorder, and ultimately, what you can do about it.
Are you cold all the time, fatigued, and have brittle nails and hair that keeps splitting? If so, you may have a sluggish thyroid gland that is not producing enough of the vital thyroid hormone for proper metabolism in your cells.