Symptoms of Hypothyroidism

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Symptoms of hypothyroidism include increased tiredness, pale and dry skin, a puffy face, a hoarse voice, increased cholesterol, weight gain and painful, swollen joints. Identify the symptoms of an under active thyroid, including constant feelings of sluggishness, with help from a nurse and respiratory care practitioner in this free video on hypothyroidism symptoms.

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Symptoms of Hypothyroidism. Hypo always meaning decreased, H-Y-P-O, so it's an under active thyroid gland. The thyroid gland is located just right near the voice box, so it would be in the front of the throat. Some of the symptoms that you might experience is that you'll have increased tiredness, you'll have pale and dry skin, your face will be puffy, your voice may be hoarse, you may have an increase in cholesterol, you'll have a weight gain perhaps, pain and swelling in the joints, muscle weakness, depression, for women menstrual flow may be increased, there might be constipation, and sensitivity to cold. With this, you will see that they'll be a sluggish feeling also. If the person is just feels like they're just dragging, their not feeling very well at all, so this is the symptoms, some of the symptoms of Hypothyroidism.


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