Menopause and thyroid disease

Guest Article by Marina Gutner, PhD from the Thyroid Blog OutsmartDisease.com Menopause is the transition from reproductive to non-reproductive phase which refers to the natural part of the aging and is a normal life stage of every woman. However, there is a large individual variation and each woman experiences menopause in a different way. One woman may go smoothly through these hormonal changes, while another can suffer with many debilitating symptoms until she receives proper … [Read more...]

What Triggers Thyroid Autoimmunity?

Thyroid hormones regulate energy levels and every function of the human body. At the same time, the thyroid gland is highly vulnerable to autoimmune diseases that disturb thyroid function. The incidence of autoimmune conditions Hashimoto’s and Graves’ disease has increased dramatically over the past few decades, affecting up to 5% of the general population. This number is comparable to type 2 diabetes which is considered to be a modern epidemic. Who Is At Risk? Autoimmune thyroid diseases … [Read more...]

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