Eliminate All Complications of Hypothyroidism – Hypothyroidism Caused by This Work Habit
We usually associate hypothyroidism with weight gain, obesity, fatigue, depression, joint pain, muscle weakness, heart disease, and diabetes.
But working habits, that’s something new.
Yes, a recent study due to be presented at the Endocrine Society annual meeting highlighted one work habit that may be the underlying cause of your hypothyroid.
Numerous previous studies have found that people who work long hours have an increased risk of diseases and health events like coronary heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, and arthritis.
However, it is the first time that overworking has ever been linked to hypothyroidism.
Researchers used the information of 2,160 working adults that had previously been collected by the Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.
Information about the amount of worked hours and blood tests to examine thyroid function were used.
1.4 percent who worked between 36-42 hours a week and 3.5 percent that worked between 53-83 hours a week suffered from hypothyroidism.
This shows the more hours worked increased the risk of suffering from hypothyroidism by 2.5 times.
Furthermore, for every 10 extra hours worked every week, the chance of developing hypothyroidism increased by 46 percent.
Although women tend to suffer from hypothyroidism more in general, the studies found that overworking affects men and women suffering from hypothyroidism equally.
Hypothyroidism is one of the risk factors for diabetes and cardiovascular disease, so this explains the occurrence of these diseases in people who work long hours too.
Interestingly, the socioeconomic conditions of the participants did not skew results.
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Eliminate All Complications of Hypothyroidism – The Curable Cause of Hypothyroidism
The medical system considers hypothyroidism incurable.
Its solution is life sentence on hormone drugs, causing a ton of side effects.
But a new study in the Journal Frontiers in Endocrinology reveals the real underlying cause of hypothyroidism, but the good news is – this one is easily treatable.
These researchers wanted to know more about the effect on the thyroid of subacute thyroiditis, which is a condition in which your thyroid gland becomes inflamed, which in turn can either cause hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism.
When it is acute, thyroid hormone leaks out into the bloodstream causing symptoms similar to those of hyperthyroidism, such as a faster heart rate, exhaustion, anxiety, irritability, increased perspiration, tremors, muscular weakness, and weight loss. Doctors referred to this as thyrotoxicosis.
When it is subacute, it causes pain in the neck, jaw, and ears; the thyroid becomes enlarged, and one often has a fever and aching muscles. It is usually caused by a viral infection, especially upper respiratory infections.
The researchers recruited 61 patients with thyroiditis and followed them for two years to see when the first signs of hypothyroidism developed.
As they expected, they observed a sudden increase in thyroid size at the time of the subacute thyroiditis.
But by both one and two years, the thyroids of people who had had thyroiditis were a lot smaller than those were in healthy people, indicating hypothyroidism becomes a possibility soon after the thyroiditis.
They also found that the thyroids of thyroiditis sufferers who ended up developing hypothyroidism were even smaller than those who had the thyroiditis but never the hypothyroidism.
The maximum thyroid-stimulating hormone levels within the first three months were closely linked with the development of hypothyroidism later.
The trick is to reduce the inflammation immediately after it begins.
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Eliminate All Complications of Hypothyroidism – How Hypothyroidism Destroys Family Planning Dreams
Conceiving doesn’t come easy to all couples. There are many people out there with fertility problems that make it difficult to fall pregnant.
There are some clear explanations about a person’s fertility issues, but then there are some that remain a mystery.
Now researchers from The First Affiliated Hospital of Kunming Medical University in China have found that a type of hypothyroidism is messing with your ability to have children in the future.
According to researchers, subclinical hypothyroidism interferes with female fertility. They investigated whether it affected a woman’s ovarian reserve.
In general, women in their late 30s and 40s have a lower ovarian reserve than women in their 20s, partly because they have fewer egg cells, and partly because the egg cells that are still present are not good enough to be fertilized.
Researchers recruited 2,568 women who had requested infertility treatment. 2,279 of them had normal thyroid function and 289 had subclinical hypothyroidism. 1,349 were below the age of 35 and 1,219 were older.
While there is currently no direct way of testing ovarian reserves, they used the most common markers used by researchers to estimate it, including the follicle-stimulating hormone (that regulates the growth and selection of egg cells), the antral follicle count (the number of a type of follicle that indicates the number of egg cells, estimated via ultrasound), and the anti-Müllerian hormone (that regulates the maturation of ovarian follicles).
Women with subclinical hypothyroidism had substantially lower anti-Müllerian hormones and antral follicle numbers and higher follicle-stimulating hormones than their peers with a healthy thyroid function.
Those below 35 differed only in follicle-stimulating hormones compared to their healthy thyroid peers, while those above 35 had an unhealthier profile of all three factors.
In other words, the older you are, the more severe the effects of subclinical hypothyroidism are on your fertility.
Usually, subclinical hypothyroidism is difficult to detect because there are often few to no symptoms. But if you have vague and unspecific symptoms like fatigue, depression, weight gain, hair loss, cognitive fogginess, and a swelling in your neck, you may have it.
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