By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC
How your thyroid is greatly impacting your daily life can vary from person to person but there are common symptoms that affect most people who have a thyroid condition. Two types of thyroid conditions are Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism. Once the type is known, then a person will be better able to manage their thyroid gland better.
Common symptoms related to hypothyroid are sensitivity to cold, puffy face, constipation, dry skin, thinning hair and eyebrows, impaired memory and weight gain.
Common symptoms related to hyperthyroid are fatigue, irregular heartbeat or palpitations, sudden weight loss, increased appetite with out weight gain, nervousness, anxiety, irritability, tremors and thinning skin.
If you have any of these symptoms, or suspect that your thyroid that is not functioning properly, you can easily be tested in the privacy of your own home with our comprehensive thyroid test kit. After being tested our staff will develop a personal protocol to help you support optimal thyroid health.
Having a thyroid condition can leave you exhausted and even strain relationships. It can hurt your sef esteem by not making you feel less attractive due to having a loss of hair, eyebrows, and having weight gain. Decreased energy levels and brain fog can affect your performance at work, your home life and even your social life. Your thyroid gland can affect your sleep and lets be real, bad sleep can equal a mad mood- and that’s no fun! If you’re not sure if you have a thyroid condition but you have some of these symptoms, please do yourself a favor and consider our test kit. Don’t let your thyroid get in the way of your daily quality of life. Take control and order your thyroid test kit today!
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Medical disclaimer: Our thyroid test kit and all tests cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.