Youth sees 20=30=40=50=60 in terms of having the same resources to accomplish whatever whenever. This is a falsehood of mythical proportions as there are times when no amount of positive thinking or more exercise will exorcise a problem and result in a ‘back to normal.’
So many changes happen between 35-45 and two very common experiences are brain fog and fatigue. Being able to distinguish and pinpoint cause as related to exhausted adrenals, educed hormone production, and/or thyroid issues can be hugely advantageous in terms of knowing how to fix and where to fix.
This information is important to you because some (many) physicians do not acknowledge, test or treat the above biological dysfunctions. “You’re getting older so live with it” is not that a woman juggling home, spouse, children, homework, soccer practice and dance classes work wants to hear.
Below, is a Low-Thyroid Symptom Chart for your reading pleasure. Next Blog: Sexual Performance
NOTE TO SELF: A basic understanding of ages and stages can be your best friend, girlfriend.
“Common Knowledge isn’t all that common.”
Common Low-Thyroid Symptoms Compiled by
Jim Hrncir, RPh, Las Colinas Pharmacy & Wellness
- Weight Gain
- Hair loss- Outside Eyebrows
- Low Basal Body Temperature
- Cold Hands and Feet
- Intolerance to Cold
- Scalp Hair Loss
- Dry Skin
- Decreased Memory & Concentration
- Weak or Ridged Nails
- Puffy Eyes- Swollen Eyelids
- Muscle Weakness
- Low Blood Pressure
- Fluid Retention
- Decreased Sex Drive