Thyroid and Depression and Anxiety
Do you suffer from anxiety and depression? Do you know the connection with mental health and your thyroid? Then you must watch this video. I discuss how your depression and anxiety are connected to your thyroid.
Watch this video to learn:
* What causes the connection with mental health and the thyroid
* How hair tissue testing can help assess your mental health
* How the adrenals are connected to your mental health
Hypothyroidism or underactive thyroid causes many mental health issues, such as depression, low mood, and anxiety. When you have pre-existing mental health issues, hypothyroidism can then, in turn, make these worse.
The thyroid symptoms in women can be very lengthy, but anxiety and depression are definitely at the top of the list. Things like weight gain, fatigue, and even hair falling can go hand-in-hand with depression and anxiety.
A hypothyroidism diagnosis can lead to anxiety and depression in itself since this is such a battle for women to correct.
So often we are just told that we have a chemical imbalance but the root cause is not being investigated. You may even be told that it all in your head and you need to just think positive. But what if there is an underlying thing causing this?
So what are some things that could be connected with your thyroid and your mental health? I will show you in this video!
I hope you learned a thing or two from why it is important to keep digging when you are suffering from thyroid and mental health issues. There is a connection that can not be overlooked.
If you need help with that, then please reach out to me. And give me a "heck yeah" below if you are eating clean now yourself.
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And if you have any questions, please get in touch with me.