When you have hyperthyroid symptoms, it means your thyroid is producing an excess of thyroid hormone. Having an excess of thyroid hormone could speed up many of your body’s processes, causing you to lose weight speedily (with no change in your diet) and have a hard time putting on weight. It can also cause your heartbeat to speed up, it can cause sweating, and it could make you feel moody or anxious.
When discussing the hyperthyroid disorder, first of all, we need to consider the hyperthyroid causes. Patients with hyperthyroid usually have thyroid glands that are two to three times larger than a regular thyroid gland. These hyperthyroid organs are characterized by increased cell proliferation and unfolding of the follicular cell lining into the follicles, increasing cell population even more. These hyperthyroid cells also secrete thyroid hormone at a rate faster than usual thyroid cells.
Here are some of the most common symptoms of hyperthyroidism they are irregular heartbeats, difficulty breathing or breathing difficulties even to rest, lose weight even if you eat normally, diarrhea, excessive sweating, irritating mood and changes in menstrual cycles. Men, on the other hand, may develop breast enlargement. Symptoms of hyperthyroidism also include intolerance to heat, nervousness, heart palpitations, sudden weight loss, sleep disorders or insomnia, irregular menstruation with occasional deficiencies, vomiting, hair loss, frequent uterus and muscle weakness.
One of the main symptoms of hyperthyroidism is exophthalmos, in which there is protrusion of the eyeballs. In severe cases, the degree of protrusion is so great that it stretches the optic nerve enough to damage it. The eyeballs also do not close completely when asleep or when the patient blinks, causing further damage to the eyes. In addition, excessive alcohol consumption, regular smoking, lethargic lifestyle and an unbalanced diet are some of the causes of hyperthyroid, leading to hyperthyroid symptoms.
Most time hyperthyroid patients are unaware of the problem because its symptom is very slow and gradual. Sometimes the patient doesn’t suffer from any of the symptoms just the patients undergo loss of weight and feel depressed.
If you feel experiencing hyperthyroid symptoms, it is a great idea to visit Ayurveda; you may be asked some questions about your possible hyperthyroid symptoms. If you are experiencing hyperthyroid symptoms indeed, then hyperthyroid treatment is readily available and very effective for you at Ayurveda.
The Hyperthyroid Causes and Symptoms may appear in other types of diseases not related to the disorder itself. For this reason, it is a great idea to seek medical advice and to discuss with your health care provider if the symptoms you are experiencing are due to the increase of thyroid hormones or something else.