Do you know that it is very common to have a slow thyroid as a women who is middle-aged and approaching menopause? And what these symptoms are? Then you must watch this video. I will teach you:
* Why is it important to be an advocate of your own health
* What are some common symptoms
* What can you do about it
Low thyroid hormone production, or hypothyroidism, causes a range of symptoms, such as fatigue, constipation, dry skin and brittle nails, aches and pains, and feeling down. You might easily attribute hypothyroidism symptoms to other health problems.
Moreover, hypothyroidism is especially common in women. Between ages 35 and 65, about 13% of women will have an underactive thyroid. Because the link between hypothyroidism symptoms and thyroid disease isn't always obvious, many women won't know they have an underactive thyroid — and won't be treated for it.
Untreated hypothyroidism can increase your risk for high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and heart disease. That's why it's important to keep an eye out for hypothyroidism symptoms and have your thyroid function checked.
So what are some common symptoms that go left unchecked? And what can you do? I will show you in this video!
I hope you learned why it is so important to be an advocate of your own health. Symptoms of a slow thyroid are no fun so I highly recommend you to do your best to investigate your symptoms.
If you need help with that, then please reach out to me.
You can also grab my FREE guide on The Secret to Reading Your Thyroid Blood Test right here.