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Health Thyroid impact on the daily activity of each individual disorder or. thyroid disease is affecting millions of people worldwide.
Primary disease is often accompanied by endocrine and autoimmune diseases, heart disease, pregnancy disorders, depression, chronic stress
and anxiety. The thyroid gland is the largest endocrine glands in our body. In the form of the butterfly is mounted on the lower part of the neck respectively. below the Adam's apple.
Problems can be layered, from small, that do not require therapies, and larger, life-threatening tumors. http://samanthapearsonprogram.blogspot.com/2014/06/the-color-changing-of-eyes-restore-your.html
Thyroid occupy second place in the group of endocrine diseases (diabetes immediately), the incidence and variety of illnesses is the reason that in the context of endocrinology developed a specific area - tireologija.
American Association of Clinical endokrinologov (AACE) twentieth consecutive year, recording Month thyroid, which is aimed at raising awareness and the importance of screening and early detection of thyroid disease. Preventive examinations can prevent the development of serious diseases.
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Hormones from the thyroid affect almost all metabolic processes in the body. Basic hormones are thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3). Their secretion is regulated by the pituitary hormone, tireotropin (TSH). In so far as to reduce the secretion of T3 and T4 the pituitary secretes more TSH, and thyroid stimulating the secretion of said additional hormones. If the thyroid gland it can not be, appears goiter (enlarged thyroid gland). http://samanthapearsonprogramme.blog.com/2014/06/20/the-human-eye-is-one-of-the-most-unique-inventions-of-nature/
The production of hormones also affect age, which affects the regulation of individual organs to hormonal reaction. Reactions to the hormones from the thyroid weaken with age, in addition to the loss of muscle mass, with a total impact on slowing metabolism.
If older people are not physically active, in most cases appear overweight.
For starters diagnosis is an important personal history of metabolic disorders (hip and Hyperthyroidism symptoms, hoarseness, difficulty swallowing, choking, ...) as well as habits, previous diseases, and family history.
Every individual has his or her case, however, know the five main causes of problems: poor diet, stress, genetics, pregnancy and menopause.
For diagnosis using ultrasound or thyroid. the entire neck, laboratory blood tests, thyroid puncture under ultrasound control of visible nodules in the thyroid gland and thyroid scintigraphy, CT and MR thyroid are additional investigation may be used in the investigation and diagnosis of thyroid disease.
Goitre is the most common thyroid disease. It denotes an increased thyroid gland, which secretes the normal amount of hormones, therefore, occur without symptoms. Problems arise due to pressure on okoljnje structure.
Inflammatory diseases of the thyroid gland (thyroiditis) caused by known or unknown factors: acute (bacterial) infections and subacute inflammation, viral or unknown etiology.
Graves-Basedowljeva disease or Hyperthyroidism with diffuse goiter and ophthalmopathy, occurs more often in women, the ratio of 7:1. Is of unknown aetiology, occurring in all age groups, most often in thirty or forty years of life.
Hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism
The most common problems with the thyroid function include abnormal hormone production. Excessive secretion of hormones lead to a condition called Hyperthyroidism, with a consequent hipermetabolizmom, and insufficient secretion of hormones, called hypothyroidism with consequent hipometabolizmom.
Tips for self-inspection - look in the mirror
Hold a mirror to see the area around the Adam's apple. Positioning and swelling in the thyroid gland, replace by moving Adam's apple.
Focus on the above areas and deflect his head. Drink a sip of water and monitor or swelling occurs.
If you are unsure, repeat the procedure.
A balanced diet should include plenty of fruits and vegetables, fish, wholegrain cereals, poultry and legumes. The needs must be adjusted to the needs of the organism, which varies from individual to individual, as well as the change over the years.
The food include carrots, spinach, apricots, asparagus, olive oil, avocados, seed plants, sunflowers, wholegrain cereals, bananas and fish oil.
Foods that are caused by the absorption of iodine should be reduced as cabbage, broccoli, mustard, flax, sweet potatoes, peanuts and soybeans. Restrict their intake to two to three times a week.
Avoid caffeine and smoking and drinking alcoholic beverages. Increase your intake of fiber, as are patients with hypothyroidism subjected to worse digestion and constipation (closure). Fiber-rich diet improves digestion and increases the feeling of satiety. Fiber rich foods are vegetables, fruits and wholegrain cereals.
Poor work directly affects thyroid metabolism. In order to accelerate the metabolic processes, it is necessary to drink plenty of fluid.
Be physically active on a regular basis. Physical activity is especially important in hypothyroidism. Physical activity stimulates the metabolism and helps in weight loss. It is recommended 30 to 45 minutes of daily exercise.
Reduce stress! Stress is a major factor that affects the development of thyroid disease. The best anti-stress therapy is a physical activity and one of the adequate methods of relaxation. Determine the moment just for yourself, choose an activity that will relax you,
and filled with positive emotions and thoughts. Change the thinking and the problem approached differently. Bring the body into a state of balance, your thyroid will be grateful.
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