How to recognize the hyperthyroidism symptoms


Hyperthyroidism is a disease caused by the poor functioning of the thyroid gland, due to an overproduction of the hormone levels in the blood plasma.


The most common cause of hyperthyroidism is the side effect of other diseases, such as diffuse toxic goiter and Graves – Basedow, among others.

The most important component of the hormones produced by the thyroid (thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3)) is iodine, which regulates the body’s energy, and during the first years of life, regulates growth. Thus, an imbalance in the production of this hormone can cause significant changes to the physical level.

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