Find out How Thyroid Hormone Therapy in West Palm Beach Can Help You!

Thyroid Hormone Therapy West Palm Beach FLAlmost every January, many of us resolve to eat healthier or lose weight, and we often follow the current wisdom to help us achieve our goals. How about making it a resolution this New Year to care for your thyroid health?

According to the American Thyroid Association, approximately 20 million Americans suffer from thyroid disease. It is important to discuss thyroid diseases during Thyroid Awareness Month since 60% of people with thyroid diseases are unaware of them.

Taking a look at your thyroid health and scheduling an appointment is a great idea at this time. We’ll try to answer your questions and explain what thyroid hormone therapy in West Palm Beach can do for you!

Your thyroid can produce too much (hypothyroidism) or too little hormone (hypothyroidism), leading to a variety of problems. In most cases, thyroid problems aren’t serious, and they’re only treated when they become too bothersome to ignore.

What is the Thyroid Gland?

The thyroid gland is located at the base of your neck in front of your trachea. Thyroid hormones are produced in the thyroid and are secreted into the bloodstream. The pituitary gland produces thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), instructing your thyroid to produce more hormones when needed.

The thyroid gland produces hormones that control various body functions, such as regulating metabolic rate, controlling heart and muscle function, cognitive function, brain development, bone development, and cognitive function.

When your thyroid gland is functioning properly, your metabolism stays steady: not too fast or too slow. Health problems can arise when the thyroid gland produces too much or too little of these essential hormones.

What are the Early Warning Signs of Thyroid Issues?

On top of this, factors such as daily stress (which, according to the latest figures, is experienced by a vast majority of the U.S. population) can worsen each condition.

Thyroid issues are usually diagnosed with tests that include physical exams, blood tests, radioactive iodine tests, and antibody tests.

You may benefit from thyroid hormone therapy if you have some of the following symptoms:

  • Fatigue
  • Increased sensitivity to cold or trouble tolerating heat
  • Constipation or frequent bowel movements
  • Dry skin
  • Weight gain or weight loss
  • Increased appetite
  • Brittle hair and nails
  • Muscle weakness
  • Pain, stiffness, or swelling in the joints
  • Irregular menstrual periods
  • Slowed heart rate
  • Thinning hair
  • Impaired memory
  • Enlarged thyroid gland
  • Low libido
  • Depression
  • Sleep problems

What are the Different Thyroid Issues?

  1. Hypothyroidism

    Hypothyroidism, also known as underactive thyroid, is when your thyroid doesn’t release enough thyroid hormone into your bloodstream. Besides making you gain weight, hypothyroidism can make you feel tired and make you unable to tolerate cold weather.

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  2. Hyperthyroidism

    Hyperthyroidism is when your thyroid gland is overactive. When your thyroid hormone levels are too high, many of your body’s functions become sped up.

  3. Graves’ Disease

    Graves’ disease is the most common cause of hyperthyroidism, which affects about 70% of people with an overactive thyroid.

  4. Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis

    Hashimoto’s is a type of hypothyroidism that affects about 5 in 100 Americans. The condition occurs when the immune system mistakenly attacks the thyroid gland and destroys its ability to produce hormones. Middle-aged women are more likely to suffer from it.

  5. Goiter

    Goiters are noncancerous swellings of your thyroid gland that are generally caused by dietary iodine deficiencies. It can affect anyone at any age, especially in areas where iodine-rich foods are scarce.

What are Ways to Balance Your Thyroid Hormones?

Lifestyle changes are a great way to balance your hormones.

  • Avoid “toxic” food that could lead to or worsen your thyroid imbalance.

    Examples of food to avoid are alcohol, modern wheat, artificial sweeteners, refined sugars, processed foods, artificial dyes, and some refined seed and vegetable oils.

  • Increase your consumption of healthy fats.

    In addition to avoiding bad fats (such as saturated fat), healthy fats should be part of everyone’s nutritional plan. A variety of fats balance hormones and thyroid function, including omega-3 fats and oleic acid. Include salmon, sardines, avocados, and olive oil in your diet.

  • Take specific supplements if you suffer from hormonal imbalance or thyroid disease.

    Start by choosing supplements that most people are deficient in, such as selenium, magnesium, omega-3, and vitamin D3 in combination with vitamin K2. Several supplements, such as ashwagandha, iodine, methylated B vitamins, glutathione, and turmeric, can significantly benefit hypothyroid patients.

What is Thyroid Hormone Therapy?

Thyroid Hormone Therapy West Palm Beach FLA thyroid hormone imbalance can lead to fatigue, weight gain, depression, skin problems, hair loss, and more. We can help you restore your youthful thyroid hormone levels here in West Palm Beach.

Our hormone specialists will create a tailored plan that addresses both your thyroid condition and your overall health at the same time. We will design a hormone therapy plan based on your underlying cause and its effects on your hormones.

It can change your life. Our doctors will ensure your medicine works correctly and adjust it as needed.

Our goal at Hormone Logics West Palm Beach is to help you return to normal thyroid functioning through thyroid hormone therapy.

Be More Aware of Thyroid Disorders

Here at Hormone Logics in West Palm Beach, we can help you understand thyroid hormone imbalances, how they affect your body, and how they can be corrected.

We are here to provide thyroid hormone therapy to correct these imbalances. See what our program can do for you! Contact Hormone Logics today at (561) 640-3333 to schedule a consultation.

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