Hypothyroidism, Stress & Hormones: What You Need to KnowPosted by Tim Cleland
Low thyroid, stress and hormones: What you need to know
Waning energy, irritability, dry skin, weight gain—could be that you’re spending too much time at work, or not enough time at the gym. But sometimes such vague and all-too-common symptoms can signal a larger problem.
An underactive thyroid or the underproduction of thyroid hormones affects millions of Americans, most of which are women. And since the thyroid gland is responsible for regulating many functions in the body, including metabolism, it makes sense that the underproduction of thyroid hormones would lead to a host of symptoms ranging from weight gain and fatigue to high cholesterol levels and possibly even infertility. Continue reading “Hypothyroidism, Stress & Hormones: What You Need to Know” »