Here’s what happened on Thyroid Symptoms
A doctor may request for thyroid function tests if he or she believes you have a low thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) levels or low TSH and low T4. This is because changes in the normal TSH levels may signify a thyroid problem. Knowing if you have low TSH symptoms and/or low T4 symptoms can help the doctor figure out the best thyroid treatment plan for you… Click to read more
Would you consider exploring hypothyroidism natural treatment that can replace or supplement your doctor’s prescribed medicine in the long run? Although it is important to follow your doctor’s recommendations for treatment, being able to turn to more natural remedies to treat this illness can be beneficial to you in the future… Click to read more
Want to make your own acai bowl at home?! Keep reading to learn how to make this delicious, filling, and refreshing fruity concoction at home, what it is, and why the acai berry has so many health benefits!… Click to read more
The American Thyroid Association estimates 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disorder. Additionally, up to 60 percent of these individuals are likely unaware of their condition. For those who are aware, finding the key ingredients necessary for setting your thyroid back on the right track may feel like a tireless search. Keep reading to learn more about the effects of these helpful ingredients… Click to read more
Cold intolerance can be a difficult experience for people with hypothyroidism. If you have low thyroid function, you may find yourself more sensitive to cold and have cold hands and feet even when the weather is warm. This is because your thyroid fails to produce enough hormones to regulate your body heat. But, your cold intolerance can be remedied through a few simple measures. Learn some tips on how to deal with hypothyroidism and cold intolerance in this article… Click to read more
What have you learned about Low TSH and Low T4 this week? Let us know in the comments below.