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What Every Woman Should Know About Thyroid Disorders

Debra-Lynn B. Hook

Your thyroid gland, located just below our neck in front of your larynx, secretes hormones through your bloodstream to every cell and every organ in your body. This tiny, 2-inch gland regulates your body temperature, keeps your brain thinking clearly, your heart pumping rhythmically, and basically maintains harmony among all organs in your body. When you have thyroid disease, your thyroid gland can either become overactive or underactive. If your thyroid doesn’t secrete enough hormones into your blood, you may suffer from hypothyroidism and a slowing down of bodily functions. This could cause more serious complications, like high cholesterol and heart trouble. Initial symptoms of hypothyroidism might include: Fatigue, Weight gain, Cold intolerance, Dry or brittle hair, Memory problems, Irritability and depression, Higher cholesterol levels, Slower heart rate, Constipation, or sluggish bowel

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