Category Archives: All blog posts about hypothyroidism

Low T3 in the heart can cause heart failure

Low T3 in the heart can cause heart failure

Low levels of T3 in the heart tissue can cause heart failure according to a study from the National Institute of Health and the American Diabetes Association. Usually, thyroid hormones are measured in the blood, but researchers of this study have concluded that there is no coherence between the level of T3 in the blood sample and that, for example, […]

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Hypothyroidism does not go away just because you go on a holiday

There are so many people who do not understand what hypothyroidism is – even people close to me, with whom I have talked about my disease again and again.   I have spoken a lot about hypothyroidism to everyone in my family and in my circle of friends – especially after I was finally adequately treated. Before that, I didn’t […]

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I bought so many books – but I couldn’t read them because of my symptoms

“I bought so many books as part of my efforts to get better. However, due to brain fog and the difficulty of concentrating and remembering, I couldn’t read them.    “Today, I am well. I got my life back from hypothyroidism when I changed to another doctor who altered my medicine. I can read, write and do research again. That is pretty cool, especially […]

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