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Is Your Thyroid Aging You?


When a person loses a majority of the function of the thyroid gland, especially if it occurs rapidly, some obvious and immediate symptoms develop:

  • Sudden unexplained weight gain or great difficulty losing fat
  • Severe fatigue and frequent exhaustion
  • Depression and gloominess
  • Frequent constipation
  • Menstrual irregularities — especially heavy bleeding with periods
  • Dry, coarse skin that is pale and itchy.
  • Puffiness of the face, especially in postmenopausal women
  • Dry, coarse, thinning hair (also losing the outer third of your eyebrows)
  • Intolerance to cold

These are symptoms of fully blown hypothyroidism but, increasingly, the medical profession is recognizing that many people have lesser degrees of thyroid hormone deficiency, called subclinical hypothyroidism.

These patients can have much more subtle symptoms and, frighteningly, mostly normal test results.

My wife and I have noticed, for instance, that there seems to be a greater number of middle-aged and older women with thinning hair than in the past. I wonder if that’s a sign that widespread fluoridation of drinking water is suppressing the function of thyroid hormone.

The standard measure for diagnosing the lesser, “subclinical” form of hypothyroidism is having a TSH level higher than 4 milliunits per liter (mU/ L) in the presence of a normal free T4 level.

The subclinical signs of hypothyroidism include the following:

  • Muscle spasms and fatigue
  • Hair loss (thinning of the hair), especially in women
  • Elevated cholesterol, triglycerides and Lp(a) levels
  • Weight gain
  • Depression

Once upon a time, people measured the condition by simply taking their temperature upon waking. A low body temperature, at or below 95 degrees Fahrenheit, indicates low metabolism. There is still a convincing argument for this method. The problem, of course, is understanding exactly why. Low metabolism could result from aging mitochondria, which are the cell’s power plants, or more simply a lack of regular exercise or a chronic illness. Of course, some of these are secondary to low thyroid function as well.

What I find distressing, as do many patients, is that doctors are so obsessed with lab results that they will let a patient continue in a state of misery rather than defy the lab studies. For example, suppose a patient takes a natural thyroid drug and finds that she feels more energetic, her skin is no longer dry and itchy, and she has a much better overall sense of wellbeing, yet no signs of too much thyroid hormone exist (like jitteriness, rapid heart beat, or arrhythmias).

Why would a doctor deny her a prescription? Because that’s how doctors are trained. It has been hammered in their heads that sticking to specific lab results is proper procedure. Doctors, in all too many cases, have lost the capacity to think and reason.

For more information on hypothyroidism and how it could be making you feel old and sick before you time, read my special report "Are You Suffering from Hyperthyroidism and Don’t Know It." Read our e-book.

How much money are YOU wasting on worthless vitamins?

It seems like nearly every week, you read stories in the popular press that a particular vitamin demonstrates no effect on the prevention of a certain disease.

Even worse, news stories inundate you with the "dangers" of taking nutritional supplements. Recent headlines screamed a warning that beta-carotene increases your risk of lung cancer. One headline linked vitamin E to increased deaths in elderly heart patients. Another says that even good old vitamin A can be downright dangerous.

Who are you supposed to believe? And what healthy alternatives do you have?

Especially when prescription — and even non-prescription — medication carries so much extra baggage in the form of dangerous side effects. Not to mention the fact that these drugs really don't address the cause of your problems, just the symptoms...

How Much is "Vitamin Madness" Costing You?


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