You already know that thyroid problems cause *Hair loss or Brittle hair and nails, *Difficulty
losing weight (even with exercise and good eating), *”Brain fog”, *Fatigue (especially
difficult to wake and tired in the afternoon), but do you know WHY?
Learn why thyroid symptoms cause all this and how most doctors overlook the most
common cause and solutions.
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You’ve likely seen the large list of symptoms that low thyroid function. I’ll list some of them here just to give you a reminder:
(WebMD, at www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/hypothyroidism-topic-overview, lists these symptoms and how doctors are often missed, but they don’t give much in
the way of solutions. This is why we are here. We are filling in the gap of health care where patients get lost.
So, do you find yourself in this list?
- Coarse and thinning hair.
- Dry skin.
- Brittle nails.
- A yellowish tint to the skin.
- Slow body movements.
- Cold skin.
- Inability to tolerate cold.
- Feeling tired, sluggish, or weak.
- Memory problems, depression, or problems concentrating.
- Heavy or irregular menstrual periods that may last longer than 5 to 7 days.
Also, MANY conditions are diagnosed incorrectly when low thyroid function is really the cause:
such as memory problems, dry skin, and fatigue.
For example, symptoms of hypothyroidism during and after pregnancy include:
- weight loss,
- depression, and
- memory and concentration problems. Some women develop a goiter.
Hypothyroidism can be confused with:
- Alzheimer’s disease,
- dementia, and
- other conditions that cause memory problems.