8 Signs Of Thyroid Dysfunction Millions of People Ignore Every Day

Women notice thyroid dysfunction when it’s in its advanced stages. I always say you better prevent it than spend a lifetime curing it.

Your body is a well-oiled machine, and if you serve it right, the body will return the favor and tell you if something is not normal.
It does that through the symptoms sending you warning signs that you have to act.
And what people do when they feel a new change? – Nothing. It will pass. It’s temporary, and I will feel better tomorrow.
If you don’t address it, usually, you won’t feel better tomorrow or the day after that.
8 Signs Of Thyroid Dysfunction Millions of People Ignore Every Day
The same thing goes with a thyroid dysfunction. Over 25 million people in America suffer from this condition, but they don’t know about that. They are so called silent undiagnosed sufferers.
Your Thyroid gland is responsible for your metabolism. Its job is to rate which cells convert food into energy.
If you don’t pay attention and keep your thyroid gland healthy, the energy levels of your body will suffer.
So, what are the signs of thyroid dysfunction your body is sending you?
  • Constantly having cold hands and feet and feeling cold
  • Constipation
  • Excessive hair loss, cracking skin, dry nails
  • Weight gain or difficulty to lose weight
  • Mood swings, Anxiety, Depression
  • Fatigue, even after a long night sleep
  • Low sex drive, PMS, irregular periods, and infertility
  • Poor concentration, brain fog, and difficulty to focus
Feeling these symptoms could not be the sign of thyroid dysfunction.
So, if you have some of these signs, the next thing you need to do is to check it with your doctor to see if your body is right or not.
Don’t forget to share this with all of your friends. They need to be aware!


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