Feeling Slowed Down More Than Usual?
It may be time for a check-up. Hypothyroidism, too-low thyroid hormone level, is the most common form of thyroid disorder, affecting up to 15 percent of Americans in cases ranging from mild to those requiring medication.
When thyroid hormone levels are too low, the body’s cells cannot get enough thyroid hormone and the body’s processes start slowing down. As the body slows, you feel colder, tire more easily, have drier skin, feel more constipated, become more forgetful, or feel depressed. These symptoms are nonspecific so to know if you have hypothyroidism ...
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