Putting On Weight or Loss along with other Indications of Thyroid Issues


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Other signs of hypothyroidism include hair loss, mood changes, dry skin, difficulty concentrating, or digestive problems like constipation. HYPERTHYROIDISM When your thyroid gland swings in the other direction and is producing too much thyroxine, you can also have weight issues, but on the opposite end of the spectrum. Symptom: Weight Gain or Loss An unexplained change in weight is one of the most common signs of a thyroid disorder. Weight gain may signal low levels of thyroid hormones, a condition called. People who have cold hands and feet, puffiness around the eyes, loss of the outer eyebrows and teeth indentations on the tongue are frequently people who have a thyroid issue and with it, a weight loss problem.

7. Body Temperature. One of. While the symptoms of an overactive thyroid, called hyperthyroidism, are clear-cut — typically weight loss despite normal eating, anxiety and accelerated or irregular heart rate — the symptoms of an underactive gland, or hypothyroidism, can be vague and slow to develop, says Francesco Celi, M.D., a thyroid specialist with the National Institutes of Health. Having little or no desire in the sack could be a side effect of a thyroid disorder.

Too little thyroid hormone could be a contributor to a low libido, but the cumulative impact of other. When thyroid nodules cause symptoms unrelated to the production of hormones, typically it is due to their size or location in the neck. Examples of these symptoms and signs include: Difficulty swallowing.

Shortness of breath, due to compression of the. Hyperthyroidism can affect the heart and cause such problems as sudden cardiac arrest, high blood pressure, arrhythmias (abnormal heart rhythm), osteoporosis and other health problems. Thyroid cancer: Less than 5 percent of thyroid nodules are cancerous. Even when dieting, people with hypothyroidism can still gain weight.

People with Cushing syndrome have high levels of cortisol in their blood. This leads to an increase in appetite and an. You might put on a few pounds a few. Only about 10% of your total weight gain is likely due to the water and salt that your body keeps because of hypothyroidism. If extra weight is the only.

When your thyroid swings in the other directions and is producing too much thyroxine, you can also have weight issues, but on the opposite end of the spectrum. You often experience unintentional weight loss, even when attempting to add calories. Other symptoms of Hyperthyroidism.

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signs such as lethargy, weight loss, and decreased appetite can occur.29 Clinical signs due to hyperthyroidism can occur as 10% of thyroid tumors are functional.

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Signs of an underactive thyroid (hypothyroid) can include a goiter (a ball­like swelling in the neck), unexplained weight gain (or trouble losing weight), thinning hair, dry skin, low energy, depression, constipation, irregular or otherwise abnormal periods, and problems getting pregnant.

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When the thyroid is overactive (hyperthyroid), symptoms may include rapid weight loss, tremors, shakiness or nervousness, excessive sweating and sensitivity to heat, increased blood pressure, irregular heartbeat usually described as racing, and protruding eyes; also, the thyroid is often enlarged (goiter).

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In hyperthyroidism, usually as the result of autoimmunity, the metabolic rate is increased, and the clinical symptom picture is one of restlessness, including weight loss, increased nutrient turnover with resultant weight loss and heat intolerance.

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Symptoms of hyperthyroidism include weight loss despite normal or increased appetite, heat intolerance, excessive perspiration, anxiety, irritability, palpitations, fatigue, muscle weakness, and oligomenorrhea.

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Signs of overactive thyroid: feeling “wired” for no reason, rapid heartbeat, diarrhea, insomnia, bulging eyes or double vision, light menstrual period, feeling warm, and unexplained weight loss.

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Notably, in patients with a normal thyroid gland both imatinib and vandetanib do not cause hyperor hypothyroidism.427,428 These changes may in part relate to anorexia, weight loss, and diarrhea, which are common side effects of TKI; however, this is unlikely to be the full explanation.

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abnormality of the thyroid gland characterized by insufficient production of thyroid hormone, which can result in a decreased basal metabolic rate, causing weight gain and fatigue.

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Hypothyroidism, when the thyroid doesn’t produce enough thyroid hormone, is the most common form of thyroid disease; one symptom is weight gain.

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Low thyroid is often the underlying factor causing abnormal weight gain; it is also associated with chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, Candida yeast overgrowth, osteoporosis, and heart disease, to name a few chronic conditions.

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  • Meri mom ko Thyroid tha humne sab kuch try kiya fark nahi pada, sab kuch try karna ka baad, Our Ayurveda company ki Ayurvedic medicine le, sirf 4months me purri tarha theek ho gaya abhi 1 saal hona ko aya medicine shood kar

  • Having thyroid problems really disrupts you a lot. Thanks for sharing. Watching your video now a third time and every time I identify myself with a new symptom. Cannot believe I am suffering for 15 years and have not gotten the hang of it yet. Today was seeing a doctor, I have gained weight 10 kgs in since feb 2020t Approx 0.5 every week, her first thought is eat less, if it was that and at my age then my weight would have gone haywire by now. Such narrow mindedness drives me nuts. I had to explain to het that every time my body seems strange it is always due to changes in my T3 and T4 levels, that is when she ordered tests, An overhaul in health system now my new doc is clueless of underlying symptoms and i had to request for vitamin tests and hormone tests. I was so angry. Thanks for sharing and please all who are going through this insist and read it helps before you see your doctor.

  • First I want to say God bless you. Was diagnosed with Hypothyroidism at 5 months of age. I am 53 now and going through menopause. Also having memory problems and weight gain as well which has me to be to be down. I am currently trying to tweak my diet. I am cutting out refined sugars and as many processed foods as possible. I don’t eat out either. I have ra.ped up my exercise to walking at lasted 10,000 or more steps a day. Also like dancing Nd ride my stationary bike. I wish you the best on your journey. Thank you for sharing your journey.��

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  • I regular advise my patients to take levothyroxine on an empty stomach to optimise absorption. Hope this basic thyroid video may be of use https://youtu.be/KXEk4pcXTYM

  • My friend had hypothyroidism from last 2 years. Her TSH level was high. Took medicines from everywhere but no relief was found. Then she took Ayurvedic medicine from Chandigarh Ayurved Centre. Now she is happy and feeling better.

  • ask ko lang normal po ung tsh nia pero ung t4 mataas ng.4 tas natural lang ba na mabagal ang pag develop nia mag 11 moz na sia ngaung june 22 pero hindi parin sia gumagamapang nakakadapa???pero may ngipin na po sia halos naglalabasan na lahat

  • Is it still possible that i have hyperthyroidism? Because i feel slight hand tremors and brittling/thinning and falling hair, my blood pressure is always elevated (for a months now) but i dont experience any weight loss,heat intoleranc,tachycardia etc.. im just scared because i have some of its symptoms. I also have anxiety..

    Edit:i found the reason behind my brittled hair and hair fall. Its because i shampoo everyday like 3x a day. During shower and before going to sleep. I found out that its bad for your hair and scalps..

    Edit#2: Ok right after i watched too many hyperthyroid videos my stomach started to feel like slightly burning and i feel a slight hunger. Even after eating.. shit. Is it because my anxiety replicates symptoms of the disease im fearing about??? This started to happen right after i started to worry hyperthroidism..

  • Thank you I just got test results today and I have to get my blood drawn again and they believe I have hypothyroidism but I do believe I’m lucky because I found it when I was 14 even though I’ve been dealing with symptoms for 4 years

  • Hy Dear!

    I have been suffering from this disease since I was only three months old and I also inherited it from my mother. But you have to be courageous and trust in ALLAH and HE will fix everything IN SHA ALLAH!

  • It is now 7 yrs after thyroidectomy and I stii gain wt. I take 150 McGee of thyronorm. My wt is 67 lbs and I’m 50 yrs old.should I take more dosage of thyronorm tablets. Pl help

  • Hi. Lately, i experienced trauma. I’m always shaking whenever i saw that person. I just wanna ask if it is dangerous? Cause i have hyperthyroidism.

  • I’ve been feeling like I have a fever for two months but every time the thermometer doesn’t show me anything. I thought it was internal fever due to my anxiety but I also lost so much wait without trying any diet. I’m literally concerned and I’m gonna get tested… oof I got it out of my chest hope everyone’s ok btw

  • Recently diagnosed with hyperthyroidism. Oh well….TSH 0.004. I am on Carbimazole now. Will see…Any suggestions anyone regarding a diet plan?

  • I am suffering bfrom this problem since 3 years.. After my son birth.. I m too weak.. My still weight is 40 kg.. I am taking drugs like.. Newmercazole and inderal.. But no effects is showing

  • What does it mean when u have 0.007(undetectable) TSH with a normal ft4 of 17,71 (normal between 12-22) and high tpo 126?? Please help

  • Im having symptoms of hyperthyroidism, but my blood test showed normal
    I have lost 18 lbs my hair is falling feel hungry real fast.so i dont know what to do next can someone help me.i have been to many doctors. No one can tell me whats happening to me

  • I posted about a month ago about my symptoms and ultrasound results. Since then, I’ve had a FNA and the result is “highly suspicious for papillary thyroid cancer. I am having a total thyroidectomy on February 24th. Pending final pathology report, my doctor says that I probably will have radioactive iodine treatment as a surgery follow up. I cannot wait for this journey to be finished.

  • I have hypothyroidism since I was a baby (probably since I was born). My biggest struggle has actually been taking my meds everyday. That has lead me to having ostheoporosis:( (so yes, please take it everyday!)
    I do become sluggish when I am low on my thyroid levels, but other than that I think it is a pretty manageable condition.
    By the way, my endo never told me about taking my pill two hours before breakfast or other medication.

  • I want to share my experience with weight loss and its treatment. I used a lot of medicines but do not get relief from it. But I want to get rid of this. so I change the mode of the treatment and went for Ayurveda. After so many searches I found Planet Ayurveda and use their weight gain formula and got effective results. I also recommend this to everyone.’

  • for 8 years i’ve been wondering what i have and i’m 99.9999% sure this is it. i live in florida but any time i go out of state where it is cold or it gets below like 60 in florida, my body freaks out over the cold and i shiver but if it gets too cold such as 40 or below or a chilly wind, my body will go into a shivering seizure where it feels like i’m going to die. truly the most uncomfortable feeling i have ever experienced, feels like my soul is taken from me and that i’m going to die. but i’ve also noticed other symptoms online such as sweating a lot, which i do when the room is room temperature or warm. kind of ironic that my body is overly sensitive to the cold but also sweats a lot in other conditions. But when I drink alcohol, I feels basically invincible when i get to a drunk level and even the cold doesn’t bother me. but as soon as i become sober, my body gets extremely sensitive to the temperature and i almost always feel overly cold which brings out anxiety. i have lost some weight recently like dropping from 245lbs to 225lbs even tho I’m 6’8 so I went from proportional to a little skinnier. I’m going to the doctor to get tested and hopefully I can start medicine or some kind of surgery because for the past almost 10 years, I felt like I was the only one who was super extra sensitive to cold weather to the point where I couldn’t even go outside sometimes. hoping i can get medicine or get this condition fixed asap

    Also had heart palpitations a few years ago and went to the emergency room and they said i had high blood pressure and the palpitations were from anxiety because they did not find anything wrong with my heart.

  • I had hypothyroidism and anxiety And chest pain and stomach pain but the stomach pain is only at night I started my treatment with Planet Ayurveda. I took “HYPERTHYROID CARE PACK” for an ayurvedic and natural solution to face problems in Hyperthyroidism.

  • I was 47kg and suddenly I became 65kg going up to 70kg, I was always sad, tired, lack of energy, short memory and so ever. After 4 years the doctors finally knew that this was the problem and now I don’t know how to lose weight ��‍♀️

  • I was diagnosed with Hyperthyroidism/Graves Disease by my primary physician through my blood test months ago and he transferred me to a thyroid specialist (Endocrinologist). The symptoms are scary, especially of the tremors, anxiety, insomnia, rapid heart beat and losing a tons of weight (45 lbs.) in a short period of time. I had simple symptoms and decided to ignore it since i have been feeling those things throughout my life, but when one of my close friend mentioned something about losing some of my weight, i kind of started to worry but not entirely because it is my body and i thought it was just because i was being active (Outdoors, Hiking, Hula dancing, Gym and i was doing intermittent fasting). Months passed and that’s when some of my symptoms got worse. Tremors and unexplained rapid heartbeat was affecting my everyday life so i decided to consult my primary physician and he asked me to take different kind of test such as electrocardiogram, blood, urine and feces test. Everything was perfect and healthy except for my metabolic profile, hemoglobin, T4 Hormones, Alkaline Phosphatase, Sedimentation Rate, and Glucose is waaay to high and my Thyroid Stimulating Hormones(TSH) is waaaay to low. He was eager and helped me to look for a Endocrinologist as long as possible. Fortunately, i was able to find that specialist despite of 1-2 months wait list on any other Endocrinologist. He asked me to do a thyroid scan to make it sure it is a thyroid problem and it is positive. He enlighten me about the disease and told me everything i need to know. It was mind opening but that was day darkest day i have ever felt in my life and it went darker when my i found out more cons about the disease… I had no idea about thyroid and what it does to our body until the day i was diagnosed with this disease. It is far more important than i thought…. but now i am about to attend my Radioactive Iodine Treatment this coming Wednesday and when i decided to agree to do that, i am fully aware of the changes and that my life will never be the same again. I may be sound so dramatic right now but you’ll never know the feeling until you experience a health problem that will give something that you will be responsible and carry for the rest of your lives. Take a really great care of yourselves guys, life is short. God Bless you.

  • My antithyroid medication (started taking 2 months ago) has started to cause me severe muscle pains (myopathy?)
    Not sure if this is a cause for concern or just part of it but I’m miserable.

  • 3 min in and I’m identifying hard girl. I’m on the beginning end of taking my medication regularly, diagnosed 2 years ago, and repeatedly stopped my medication like it slipped out of my routine.
    Thank you for making this video <3

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  • I’m sweating abnormally and have heat intolerances because of this disease and i literally was born in one of the hottest countries on earth:((

  • I was diagnosed with this at 4 and was super skinny and burning calories faster than I can consume them. My thyroid became so swell that I couldn’t open my mouth. I had a surgery that basically removed half of my thyroid and naturally I started producing less T3. I’m 18 now and chubby but at least I am alive! It just sucks that I have to work harder to lose wait then I did when I was a kid

  • After a while you’ll be able to tell if medication will help you or not. Thyroid medication makes your body dependent to the hormones. As soon as you realize medication might not be the answer, it’s gonna be a diet change and vitamin D uptake. Please get your Vitamin D levels checked. This deficiency can lead to thyroid complications, I had the intense fatigue/muscle pain/joint pain/no retention of information and after a year on a Vitamin D supplement + K2 + Mg + whole diet change most of these symptoms have gone away. Do your own research, and lookup other Vitamin d deficiency stories here on youtube. Listen to other people like you, and take what physicians say with a grain of salt. You have your best interest in mind, no one else.

  • does anyone with hypothyroidism experience stomach problems? because I did and also had panic attacks and I lose weight and get heart palpitations

  • I always loved Osmosis but this video doens’t go in depth as the other ones. I like having things fully explained and not just what they are so I hope Osmosis tries to retain the same level of depth as most of the other videos.

  • I got results in yesterday and they told me that my TSH levels are at 0.076. I’m pretty concerned but at the same time relieved to have some type of answer to my symptoms. I’ve lost weight (at first I attributed it to poor eating habits from depression / stress…but I’ve lost close to 20 lbs in a little over a month. I’ve never lost that amount so rapidly unless I literally went without eating for daaaays). My thoughts are out of wack, I’m randomly upset with people over the smallest things they do and it’s gotten to the point where I HATE them for a day or so but then realize how ridiculous I’m being and apologize. I’ve been extremely fatigued and have brain fog. I’ve experienced hair loss for actually quite a while. The past two weeks it’s gotten waaaay worse—to the point where I constantly feel like I’m going to pass out. My blood pressure is very high now (last checked it was 130/82).

    I’m worried and I’m scared that either I’m over reacting about the low TSH levels and I actually don’t really have a serious problem, or I have a serious problem and it’s going to be permanent.

    I feel stupid for typing this all out, but I’m just very concerned. I’m beginning to question my own reality because of how bad my moods and thoughts have been lately, especially these past two weeks.

  • I just started synthroid. My entire family has struggled with hypothyroidism for 3 or more generations. My great gma had to be put on pig form PURE thyroid bc the synthetic didnt touch it.
    My dr. Said my levels were sooooo low. And my iron was 4!!
    I bloat, swell, have a bm once every 2 wks if im lucky. Freeze all the time, cant sleep, but tired, and gained 80lbs in a very short time. Im a decent healthly eater, and a vegetarian. I also work out almost daily. I never had a reg period and had a very hard time conceiving. I suffer from migraines, depression, and sometimes confusion.

    Soooooo funny bc my last pcp did blood work and said no ur fine just depression. I have been on thyroid meds for 17 years!!!! And all the symptoms came rushing back the second my previous pcp took me off of it. I just got a new dr. And she INSTANTLY put me back on meds, and not the start low and gradually increase. 100 mics qd. and that was after a blood transfusion.
    My kids ages 8 and 9, both have many of the same symptoms….. what’s the dang genetic marker????
    Its a very big family issue. We ALL have a severe form of it.
    Thanks 4 the video. Very informative for my husband.
    “You have every symptom” he said. Otherwise im a 100% heathy active 31 year old.

  • I had hypothyroidism since forever from my mom and it active like cause problem at age 12 and I still have it and I want to surgery but she won’t let me soo it hard thing for me because if I walk or run or play something my heart will beat fast and my chest hurt

  • “Thyropedia: An Encyclopedia of Thyroidology” is an unavoidable book. It provides each and every information on any thyroid problem.
    Google “thyropedia”

  • It doesn’t. It’s a new excuse for women in America at least, to be fat. European don’t have this problem, they’re average or thin in weight.

  • I have hypothyroidism and when it said it can change your mood I could definitely relate because when I was maybe 4 they had me on the wrong dosage of Levothyroxin so sometimes I could be an angle other times I was passing out bruises. They found out I had hypothyroidism when I was 2. Since I have gained weight quite quickly and its really hard to lose it.

  • I’m so mad because I’ve been taking levothyroxine for about 15 years and NOONE has ever told me that I’m supposed to take it on an empty stomach. All this time I’ve been taking it with breakfast along with my other medications. No freaking wonder I’ve been addicted to energy drinks for years, and that I haven’t been able to get through a single day without naps AND caffeine since highschool!
    And the memory loss?!?! I actually started to think I was going crazy because I have no memory of primary or highschool, I have no memory of simple things like what my childhood home looked like or what my family and friends looked like when I was little. I should seriously check with my doctor, I’m pissed the fuck off! Seriously, what if I’ve been throwing my life away to depression and extreme fatigue for no reason? I quit college because I was too tired to study.

  • Hey There! Thanks for this helpful video. By the way, I notice lots of people keep on talking about Custokebon Secrets (look on google search engine), but I’m not sure if it is really good. Have you ever tried Custokebon Secrets? I’ve heard many incredible things about it and my cooworker lost tons of weight with it, but she refuses to tell me:(

  • One very highly neglected cause of weight gain is emotional eating. When you deal with your emotions by eating food which are usually high caloric food, you end up gaining weight. So for conquering your weight loss you need to conquer over emotional eating.
    Find more such information on the YouTube channel named Food medicine and lies by Dr. Priti Nanda Sibal, a functinal medicine expert and author of a book based on cyclic keto.

  • Diet Plan called Custokebon Secrets kept showing up here on different videos and I thought they were scam. However after my cooworker follow it, and finally lost lots of weight with it without starving herself. I’m persuaded. Don’t take my word for it, search for Custokebon Secrets on google.

  • Thank you creating this channel and sharing awarness on hypothyrodism. I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism and created my own YouTube channel /vlog on helpful living tips against it here https://youtu.be/RuVhSsSpuyA

  • Before I was born, my nana has graves desaise. She went from hyper to hypo. Could you do a video on hypothyroidism? I have hashimoto’s, the opposite of my nana!

  • The Ratio is 7 Females: 1 Male in General Thyroid Problems (up to 9 Females: 1 Male in some specific thyroid pathologies or in Restricted Religious Countries where the Feminine doesn’t count & only observes in the best of the cases)….
    ….Well, Thyroid = the Central Pilar of the Throat Chakra = the Air Element = DIVINE FEMININE = “the 5th Element” = the Soul Element = the Right Brain Hemisphere
    That Element can be more imbalanced in today’s Women because the Societies for the last >2000 Years are Driven by the Imbalanced Male Phallocratic Archetype & the Grand Percentage of Women Mimic the Masculine or Just Follow Him to have a Piece of the Money/Power/Career Pie…

  • Is there a better feeling than eating a pizza without a guilt knowing that it wouldn’t mess up your fitness plans? NextLevelDiet, thank you for everything!

  • Correction: Thyroglobulin is present in the colloid(inside the lumen surrounded by follicular cells ), iodine binds to the tyrosine molecules present on the thyroglobulins.. which then gets sequestered into follicular cells and then T3 and T4 are released into circulation

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  • Thank you so much for all of the information!! I am pretty sure I have hypothyroidism because I have all the symptoms of it and I just tested my Iodine and it was very low. I am starting a protocol for Iodine to restore my Thyroid functions. Here’s a video where I share my process https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uoL-lSoXtWM

  • Be careful if you’re thinking about getting a tracheotomy. It can cause a lot of mental health problems. I have HYPERTHYROIDISM and my mental health is better WITHOUT medication.

  • I’ve been diagnosed with hyperthyroidism a few months ago, and I’ve only been gaining more and more weight. I’ve been eating a little more than usual due to increased appetite but not enough for what I’ve been gaing. Anyone know if this is common? I know one of the symptoms is rapid weight loss but not at all in my case. Any one going through the same thing?

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  • Hello there, have you considered Custokebon Secrets yet? Just simply do a google search. On there you will find a great guidelines about how exactly you can lost a ton of weight. Why don’t you give it a chance? maybe it is going to work for you too.

  • I feel like I’m the only guy commenting on this video but I know exactly how you feel. I was diagnosed with Hypothyroidism an year ago and I’ve experienced the fatigue, hair loss, muscle aches, anxiety, etc. Anytime I bring it up to anyone, it feels like I’m making up an excuse and most people don’t really give a shit. I don’t just live with Hypothyroidism but I was also diagnosed with Keratoconus in 2018.

  • My mother got diagnosed in 2013, it was already too late and they had to remove my mothers thyroid. She then got my brother and I tested. Immediately he got diagnosed and I was okay. But then in 2018 I began to show symptoms of hashimoto’s, course we went to a new physician near the end of 2019 and he told me I had a fatty liver. I’m fine in that area, BUT we went to endocrinologist at a very high up children’s hospital. The doctor looked me and my mother straight in the eyes “there is nothing wrong enough to need to take action. I dont understand why you are here.” The test showed that my labs was elevated and my thyroid was thickened and getting bumpy. Course the symptoms were getting worse. I turned 18 last Monday and two days after I had to go on a zoom call with my mother and brothers endocrinologist and he was 99% sure I had hashimoto’s. Sure enough I was diagnosed on may 15th 2020. I also have a insulin resistance I begin my thyroid medicine tomorrow. I am happy that we have found answers and I am ready to begin my journey (sounds messed up I know. But I am tired of being tired and feeling like absolute zombie) thank you for your story, I hope you find what is right for you!

  • Hello!

    I was a very energetic girl and I had a lot of ambition but lately… I am literally like a sloth. I lack my energy soooooo bad even though I get all my vitamins, minerals, macronutrients…
    I just don’t know what is going on with my body…
    I sleep 8-10 hours a day and nothing has changed…
    I was diagnosed with subclinical hypothyroidism in the past but I didn’t care about it…
    Should I see a doctor?
    I feel it’s not me this new really lazy girl who has fulfilled a lot of small dreams till the day I started to feel messed up…
    I feel a little bit better since I became lacto-ovo-vegetarian, but my job is very stressful and by the time went by, I ended up having these symptoms again and again…

  • I urgently need someone to help me! After taking a multivitamin, I started losing weight for no reason whenever taking tea, coffee, oilly food…now I came to a point that I can lose weight after drinking plain water. I cannot seriously comprehend this phenomenon. I did several blood test and everything is fine with me. Nonetheless, i have this unintentional weight loss especially while eating. Please help me!

  • My Tsh t3 t4 all my thyroid labs are normal but im still gaining weight like crazy and my diet and activity level have remained consistent i dont understand ;// ive gained over 40 pounds in the last 3 years

  • I have hypotyrodism since long time ago and until now I got prescribed levothiroxine, and mi life really have been improve for good. I hate the fact that my thyroid works against me it is like she did never like me. That is sad ��

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  • Thank you for this informative video. What can people do to get to the root cause of the disease? For example, we know several cases of autoimmune disease is preventable/reversible what would you suggest for that?

  • I have hypothyroidism and I don’t take my medication
    Was a choice that I make cause my medication wasn’t working
    I took 5 different medications
    So I will staring to consuming everything that my body needs and stop eating what my body doesn’t need
    I have depression and anxiety and stress because of the thyroid
    I have migraine twice a day because of that
    It’s horrible

  • i’ve been hyperthyroid again since the end of february. i was stupid and stopped taking my medication and i was fine for a couple months but as i said, in february it all came back worse than it was before. as i write this, i’ve been on my meds since March 1st and for the last week, even though i’m on a beta blocker and methimazole, i still feel incredibly anxious and i do not feel as though the beta blocker is helping nearly as much as it did the first time around. tomorrow i’m going to call my endo again and see when i can get in because this is starting to become annoying. i don’t get how two weeks ago i was perfectly fine but now i’ve had anxiety every day for the last week. it is really starting to bother me.

    if you think you may be hyperactive, please go get checked out. they need to rule out all possibilities of cancer, grave’s disease, or a potential tumor. i wish y’all the best of luck

  • Girls I am crying with you, I felt the same way, like why am I so lazy, I gained weight, my hair and eyebrows and nails are thinning and I can’t even look in the mirror, people that don’t have thyroid issues have no idea how hard it is! I had to call my boss and cut my hours today cause I am beyond exhausted! Stay strong we can heal and get better!

  • This video is great! It helps me recall of times when my spouse used Custokebon Secrets to lose 15 pounds and enjoy being healthy again! Most people would like to lose fat, however we also need to stay nutritious, which is exactly what Custokebon Secrets given.

  • I have hyperthyroid and diagnosed with Graves disease I lost 40 lb in 3 months.I have gained the 40 back and extra and now I’m struggling to maintain a healthy weight ���� emotional rollercoaster in the past year

  • I’ve just been put on this medication after almost a year on Chemotherapy. I gained so much weight that I was unrecognisable but thankfully my low thyroid showed up on a blood test. I’ve been feeling very nauseous and very jumpy but I hope this is only short term until I get used to the medication ^_^

  • I just wanted to say thank you for sharing your testimony. You have no idea. I have been dealing with a lot of these symptoms practically to a T. The weight gain, fatigue, hair loss, memory loss, anxiety, lithargy, etc. I’ll have just done something and know I did it but have no memory. I am going to see my doctor as soon as I get the chance.

  • This is just superb, been searching for “the menopause thyroid solution pdf” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Yannabarn Vanish Thyroid (do a google search )? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my colleague got great results with it.

  • I’m here so late, but I’m trying to figure out my impossible fatigue and brain fog as well. I have hashimoto’s, but my blood levels are ‘normal,’ so my doctor doesn’t think my symptoms are related even though I have no other medical reason for why I’m feeling the way I am. When you started crying talking about how fatigued you were, I started tearing up as well because that’s how I am now just frustrated that I’m feeling so shitty and no one is helping me out.

  • me clicking on this video because i have been diagnosed with hypothyroidism at 11 i jus been diagnosed and i’m scared imma have to do the blood test again tomorrow to make sure if i do

  • I gained 80 pounds in 2019, 2020 25 pounds. My bones hurt and I’m tired and tired of gaining weight. I’m going to get my blood work done soon. I’m just scared:(

  • I was diagnosed with Hypothyroidism many years ago but my Family Physician of 6 years keeps trying to say that Hypothyroidism isn’t a real disease and that I’m just overweight and I needed to lose 20lbs
    I also have Stage 2-3 of 4 Congestive heart Failure so when I went to see my heart Specialist Nurse Practitioner she prescribed me Levothyroxine
    I was on it for a while then after taking 1 test she had me stop taking it completely which I’m positive you’re not supposed to do..Shortly after my stomach started growing bigger and bigger & the Dr. kept asking me if there was any possibility of pregnancy which ticked me off because the Dr. already knew that I had a hysterectomy over 25 years ago
    Ppl can be very cruel in my town so I try to stay away from most ppl…The Ppl making fun of overweight ppl,not knowing anything about them or why they’re overweight in the 1st. place are pathetic
    It’s not like we asked for this disease
    No matter what I try I can’t seem to lose weight perhaps because I’m older than some of you on here..I’m 48
    Where do I go from here does anyone have any suggestions? Is there a certain things that ppl with thyroid problems should be eating or certain specific exercises I should be doing?
    I need better Doctors Ones that actually care about their patients a bit more than my Current ones do
    Thanks for sharing your story…
    I too have lost alot of hair

  • Thank you.Nice simple explation,I have hypothyroidisum,suffered eyebrow and hair loss..horrible.
    Once the medication dosage is correct,does this mean that the body functions as normal?? metabolism,engery ect?
    Thank you again

  • You have no idea how much I felt the high concern and how low you felt about having no energy and thinking this is how people feel! Thank you for making this video! I found out I have the same condition as you today. We can get thru this!

  • I’m kinda anxious about my test results, because my levels were abnormal about a month ago. I’ve had these really bad anxiety attacks even when I had nothing to anxious about. I would always wake up and fall back to sleep and it was pretty scary. I was always tired. I gained soo much weight and it will not come off. I have had some bald spots since I keep my hair short. I hope this is what’s going on

  • I regular advise my patients to take levothyroxine on an empty stomach to optimise absorption. Hope this basic thyroid video may be of use https://youtu.be/KXEk4pcXTYM

  • Hi Olena, I am writing an extended essay on hypothyroidism and looking at natural food based treatments which focus on adding certain thermogenic compounds (chili, ginger, green tea, cayenne pepper, chinese herbal medicine) into the diet to initiate a cell based approach to improving metabolism as opposed to traditional drug based treatments. I was wondering if you have done any diet incorporating these foods and how it worked out for you. Have a great day:)