4 Signs You May Have A Thyroid Problem.

Thyroid problems are one of the most common hormonal disorders and affects more than 20 million Americans. It disrupts your energy, your health and your life. Is it happening to you?

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Are you feeling tired, depressed or experiencing mood swings? Are you struggling to lose weight? Are your periods heavy or irregular? Having troubles starting tasks or completing tasks? Can you not remember the last time you just plain felt great?

You May Have Hypothyroidism

If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, you might have low thyroid function, also known as hypothyroidism. Believe it or not, this condition is not rare. In fact, it’s the most common hormonal problem in the world, affecting more than 20 million Americans.

It’s Not Your Fault

So you’d think everyone suffering from hypothyroidism would know all about it, right? Wrong! Many people don’t even know thyroid dysfunction is what’s causing their unpleasant symptoms, so they continue to suffer unnecessarily with a condition that is TREATABLE.

Doctors Miss It All The Time

You might have even had your thyroid hormone levels tested, and your doctor has said nothing is wrong. Unfortunately, standard medical blood testing of thyroid hormone levels only tells us part of the story and often fails to identify the problem. This leads to classic statements (or some version of them) I hear so many times in my practice: “My thyroid testing is normal, but I always feel tired,” or “I am on thyroid medication and my doctor says my tests are normal, but I still feel bad.”

Because It’s Not Just A Thyroid Problem, It’s a Whole Body Problem

That is why it’s extremely important to find a practitioner who doesn’t just look at basic lab work and use conventional drug therapies to treat low thyroid function. A thyroid problem isn’t just a thyroid problem – it’s an entire body problem.

The Top 4 Signs It May Be Your Thyroid

If any of the following symptoms are affecting you – even if you are on thyroid medication or your blood tests are “normal” – you may be suffering from low thyroid function:

  1. Weight gain despite healthy diet and exercise. shutterstock_277907678
    Did you know that exercise itself doesn’t cause weight loss? Instead, exercise triggers hormones that cause you to lose weight by boosting your metabolism and helping you to lose fat instead of storing it.
    The thyroid hormone thyroxine is one of those that help us lose fat. If you are having trouble losing weight despite putting in an effort, it may very well be a sign of an underactive thyroid.
  2. Being tired and/or not sleeping well.
    Thyroid imbalances, along with adrenal gland imbalances, are a major cause of fatigue. The thyroid gland and adrenal gland (a gland located on top of your kidneys) work hand-in-hand to support your energy levels.
    Therefore, it’s important to understand exactly how they are functioning. In our clinic, we help many patients who are suffering from thyroid and adrenal problems that are at the root of their ongoing fatigue.
  3. Depression, mood swings, brain fog, and lack of motivation.