Stop brushing off the minor complaints that may be adding up to major thyroid dysfunction!
According to recent studies, up to 60% of the estimated 20 million Americans with a thyroid disorder are completely unaware of their condition.
In fact, there’s a good chance that if you address just one of the five signs of under or overactive thyroid to your doctor mentioned below, the first thing they will do is run a TSH blood test to rule out thyroid disorders.
So take a quick look at these 5 common complaints that may signal health threatening thyroid dysfunction.
1: Have You Lost The Energy To Live Your Life?
Fatigue, sleepiness, mood swings, irritability and depression are just a few of the most common symptoms of hypothyroidism (an underactive thyroid).
Unfortunately, many of these conditions are misdiagnosed as depression, contributing to the current trend of anti-depressant over prescription and a medical community that commonly gives you a pill to get you out of their office as fast as possible.
Other times, patients are sent away with a vague diagnosis of “Chronic Fatigue Syndrome” and given an anti-depressant pill instead of getting the thyroid blood testing they need to rule out hormone imbalance.
If you feel like you’ve lost the energy you used to have, you have trouble getting out of bed in the morning, or you find yourself irritable, constantly fluctuating through uncontrollable mood states, you may be suffering from an underactive thyroid.
2: Putting On The Weight, Can’t Take It Off
One recent study published in the Journal of Obesity determined that individuals with higher Body Mass Indexes (BMI) were much more likely to have hypothyroidism (lower thyroid hormone levels).
Additional clinical tests have proposed a clear link between the “speed” of the human metabolism and thyroid hormone levels. Your thyroid has the ability to “speed up” or “slow down” your metabolism and your body’s ability to burn calories at rest.
Take, for example, current statistics that indicate around 18% of pregnant women develop lasting thyroid hormone imbalance resulting in considerable weight gain.
If you’ve been putting weight and you just can’t seem to keep it off, unbalanced thyroid levels may be the culprit.
3: Where Did You Put Your Keys Again?
When was the last time a word was “on the tip of your tongue” or you just couldn’t remember the name of someone you’ve met before…even as you were talking to them?
How about confusion, forgetfulness, or what researchers are now calling “brain fog?”
Every day, thousands of people with thyroid dysfunction suffer from forgetfulness, mental fatigue and general confusion, only to pass the symptoms off as “signs of getting older.”
Because thyroid hormones are linked to cell function in all body processes, “brain fog” and mental fatigue are one of the first signs of an underactive thyroid gland. And even though your thyroid is more likely to act up as you get older, there are natural thyroid support supplements that can help.
4: Always Feel Cold? I Bet You Had No Idea…
Doctors call your thyroid the “thermostat for your body.” Responsible for regulating your body temperature, low thyroid levels can make your arms, legs, and hands feel cold.
Unbalanced levels of thyroid hormones can actually cause your body’s core temperature to decrease, making you more sensitive to cold temperatures.
If you find yourself reaching for a sweater in the summer, shaking in the cold while your friends are fine, or constantly bumping the thermostat up a degree, you may benefit from thyroid testing and supplementation.
5. Could Water You Can’t Avoid Be The Real Problem?
This is something that wasn’t revealed in the mainstream media until recently (think about the Detroit water crisis you’ve heard so much about), but it may be the number one reason your thyroid is under attack…
Research has shown that chemicals in many water supplies around the country are destroying the delicate balance of your endocrine system – the system your thyroid is at the center of.
But this goes beyond industrial contaminants and deadly chemicals.
Consider a recent investigation by the Associated Press that showed pharmaceutical contamination of 24 major metropolitan water supplies. These prescription drugs are making it past sanitation filters and right into your drinking water.
In many cases, this mixture of drugs, man-made toxins, and industrial waste can wreak havoc on your thyroid hormone levels.
While your tap water may already be tough to swallow because of where you live (especially in light of recent news), you can take action.
Fortunately, there’s no reason to keep struggling through the symptoms of an underactive thyroid, because JoySpring's Advanced Thyroid Complex is now readily available throughout the US and Europe.
So far, thousands of people have real-world tested and reported the incredible thyroid function boosting results they’ve experienced supplementing with JoySpring's Thyroid Complex. One middle aged mom exclaimed:
This is awesome: more energy, more stamina, and NO surgery!
With a powerful blend of L-Tyrosine, Iodine, Schizandra and Aswaganda from only natural sources (and available at an industry-high potency), JoySpring can help you effectively fight fatigue, brain fog, metabolic slowing and more!
Low Price Competitors – Are They Safe?
Beware of knock-off brands. Many times a successful supplement is soon followed by a succession of copy cats usually selling the exact same product at a much lower cost.
Many times these alternatives come from nameless Chinese factories with little to no regulatory standards. The label can say anything.
JoySpring's Thyroid Support Complex is manufactured in the USA to strict USP standards in FDA inspected facilities.
Slowly but Surely – No Overnight Miracles
One thing you must remember about the thyroid – Even with prescription medications, overnight results should not be expected. It can take 2-4 weeks to see and feel demonstrable results.
The most common benefits many people experience after starting on iodine are more energy and a better, more restive night’s sleep. Give yourself and your body the time and the nutrients it needs to correct and heal itself.