Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Tom Brimeyer - Hyperthyroidism; is it dangerous

Hyperthyroidism; is it dangerous? By definition, a hyperactive thyroid - a violation, leading to increased secretion of the hormone.

There is primary and secondary hyperthyroidism, depending on whether the thyroid gland is changed or the patient expressed endemic goiter. Symptoms of hyperthyroidism may be as pronounced and invisible - it depends on how much "extra" hormone is released. By the way, this disease - in most cases women, because for the life of Statistics he exposed one of the sixty women and only one man out of seven hundred.

The main symptoms, such as swelling of the thyroid gland and exophthalmos, complemented by such manifestations as  Thyroid Disease

•    Trembling of the hands,

•    Slimming,

•    Excessive nervous excitement,

•    Excessive motor activity,

•    Tendency to diarrhea,

•    Profuse sweating,

•    Increased heart rate,

•    Menstrual disorders,

•    Insomnia,

•    Pronounced depression,

•    Increased appetite,

•    Breakage and hair loss,

•    Flaking nails,

•    Severe reactions to overheat,

•    Weakness,

•    Choking,

•    Reluctance to take any effort (both physical and intellectual).  All of the above symptoms - significant signs of hyperthyroidism but hyperthyroidism in children may lead to faster growth and hyperactivity. Causes of hyperthyroidism - It is clear that there is no thyroid hyperinflation "out of the blue." It can help:

•    Pregnancy,

•    Violation of sexual activity,

•    Severe psychological trauma, or fright,

•    Teenage hormonal disturbances or disruptions in menopause

•    Chronic or serious illness,

•    Pituitary adenoma.

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