While hypothyroidism is still a problem for millions of Americans, there also appears to be an increasing number of cases of hyperthyroid function. Hyperthryoid simply means that the thyroid is overproducing thyroid hormones. There can be a number of causes for this, but the most common cause is Graves disease, which is an autoimmune condition. Overproduction of the thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) from the pituitary can also be a cause. There are other, less common, causes as well.
Having trouble putting on weight (often thin, wiry people)
Nervousness - Diarrhea - Difficulty falling asleep even when tired
Sweating a lot and disliking heat - Hand tremors - Protrusion of eyeballs.
Call you health care professional to check quantities etc.
This condition may be serious and should also be monitored by a M.D.
T1, T3, T4
Fatigue - Depression - Low self esteem - Suicidal tendencies
Various mental disorders
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