understand hypothyroidism

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  • Diet to Increase Thyroid Function

    Diet to Increase Thyroid Function

    In order to increase the functionality of your thyroid gland, you need to take a look at your diet. Here is a diet list for you to consider for your thyroid gland.

  • Does Exercise Affect Thyroid Function?

    Does Exercise Affect Thyroid Function?

    Exercises are said to be helpful in most ailments and so is the case for thyroid function, here is a take on the subject. Find out what effects exercises have on the functioning of your thyroid gland.

  • What is Hypothyroidism?

    What is Hypothyroidism?

    Hypothyroidism is a condition in which your thyroid gland does not make enough thyroid hormone. The hormone plays an important role to regulate the way your body uses energy. If the level of thyroid hormone is decreased, your whole body gets affected. It is treated with medication called L-thyroxine or levothyroxine.

  • Expected duration of Hypothyroidism

    Expected duration of Hypothyroidism

    Hypothyroidism is a common condition, which affects the thyroid gland. Currently, there are no medications that can cure hypothyroidism and hence, most people with hypothyroidism need life-long medications. If you take your pills every day as recommended and follow up regularly with your doctor to keep your thyroxine dose right, your symptoms will remain controlled throughout your life.

  • Hypothyroidism: When to seek medical help?

    Hypothyroidism: When to seek medical help?

    Hypothyroidism is often difficult to diagnose as the symptoms are vague and many symptoms of hypothyroidism are often attributed to aging. Consult a health professional if you have any problem suggestive of thyroid disease such as feeling tired, fatigue, cold intolerance, dry skin and hair, constipation etc.

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