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Unexpected Symptoms of Thyroid Issues Include High Blood Pressure

Unexpected Symptoms of Thyroid Issues Include High Blood Pressure

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

Manage Hyperthyroidism to Prevent Cardiac Complications

Manage Hyperthyroidism to Prevent Cardiac Complications

A diagnosis of hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid) means having to be “hyper aware” of the potential health complications stemming from this condition. Your little thyroid gland affects almost every aspect of your health, including your metabolism and nervous system.

One other area in particular that is vulnerable to untreated hyperthyroidism is your

Standard Blood Tests Can Illuminate Many Health Problems and Risks

A routine blood test that takes less than a minute is perhaps the most revealing tool ever invented to assess a person’s overall health. A blood sample contains information from every part of the body.

“The most commonly ordered blood tests include a CBC (complete blood count), iron studies for anemia

How Safe Are Sleeping Pills for the Brain?

More than half of adults surveyed by the National Sleep Foundation report spending several nights each week struggling with at least one symptom of insomnia—difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep, waking too early in the morning, or a lack of restorative sleep that causes distress or dysfunction. Sleeping pills are

When Your Symptoms May Be Signaling Thyroid Disease

About 20 million Americans have some type of thyroid condition, according to the American Thyroid Association. The most common thyroid diseases have been identified as autoimmune diseases—conditions in which your immune system attacks healthy tissue rather than attacking only foreign invaders, such as viruses and bacteria.

“Thyroid disease is more common

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