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  • Cold hands/feet and generally being cold regardless of the weather or temperature

  •  Insidious weight gain

  •  Inability to lose weight no matter what you do

  •  Weak arms (Can be general weakness like not being able to hold something heavy for a long time and/or this might manifest as tendonitis or carpal tunnel syndrome.

  •  Low energy and stamina

  •  Serious depression or general malaise. Aside from sadness and despair, hypo-depression sometimes manifests as the feeling of being paralyzed with lack of motivation and being unable to do anything about it, even though you know something is wrong with you. It’s like you just can’t seem to take action to help yourself.

  •  Needing a nap every day

  •  Constipation

  •  Sluggish reflexes (I became very clumsy and would knock over everything and bump into everything, even though I am an extremely coordinated person in general.)

  •  Dry cracked skin (On heels, ankles, and sometimes it shows up on the inside edge of an index finger and looks like very dry, scaly, cracked skin.)

  •  Hair feels like a rubber band when touched or pulled (Yet it breaks easily.)

  •  Hair loss

  •  Loss of curliness in curly or wavy hair

  •  Inability to focus and concentrate (Extremely difficult to read, learn, or sustain mental focus, even while watching a film or a TV show. One has to reread paragraphs in order to retain the information. Someone could be talking to you and you can barely understand what they are saying and/or you instantly forget what they just said.)

  •  Mixing up words in speech (sort of like dyslexia of the mouth) and difficulty remembering words - not being able to speak properly or get the words out correctly. 

  •  Lower/deeper voice or scratchy/raspy voice/clearing throat often

  •  Brain fog and forgetfulness

  •  Menstrual irregularities such as heavy bleeding, constant bleeding, uterine fibroids/polyps, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), miserable and long-lasting PMS. Miscarriages or infertility

  •  Unhealthy cholesterol results

  •  Low body temperature

  •  Uncomfortable feeling in the throat/neck area (Feeling “choked up,” similar to when you are about to cry or when you feel like you can’t speak in a stressful situation, that “lump in your throat” feeling. Difficulty swallowing, constantly clearing one’s throat, and/ or not wanting clothing to cover or touch the neck.)

  •  Digestive problems (gas, abdominal bloating)

  •  Problems at work or the inability to function well at work

  •  Relationship issues with family/friends, romantic partners, and/ or colleagues, etc.

  •  Increased or uncontrollable cravings for sugar and carbohydrates

  •  Allergies (rare allergies are often related to untreated or mistreated Hashimoto’s)

  •  Messy handwriting (Issues with brain-hand-muscle dexterity can lead to messy handwriting; it feels hard to get the words from your brain through your hand onto the paper.)

  •  Heart palpitations (Especially when lying down, it feels as though your heart is pumping and thumping loud and strong in your chest and you are “aware” of your heartbeat like never before, and it feels scary. Often related to adrenals and/or low iron.)

  •  Restless legs, uncontrollable compulsion to continually readjust one’s legs (Feels like you cannot find a comfortable position)

  •  Swelling and inflammation

  •  Puffy eyes and face upon waking, and a general feeling of overall puffiness and bloat

  •  Myxedema (Swelling of the skin and underlying tissues is typical of patients hypothyroidism. Discoverable by visual assessment and not being able to pinch a miniscule bit of skin on the outside of your arms, near your shoulders. Instead one is only able to pinch a thick, large portion of skin.)

  •  Stomach fat and a growing “tire” around your waist (thyroid and adrenal related)

  •  Headaches

  •  Feeling as if something wrong is happening to your brain, as if you are getting “dumb” and losing your cognitive abilities

  •  Anxiety attacks

If you are facing any of these hypothyroid symptoms (or others not mentioned)... seize the moment & take action now. Arm yourself with solutions to forge the path toward your healthier future.


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