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Thyroid BLOOD TESTS

Experience fatigue by evening, but then have difficulty sleeping?

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Thyroid Blood Tests

Thyroid Blood Tests

" All Blood Tests are inclusive of a Private GP referral, phlebotomy fees, all Testing Laboratory fees and GP comments. This excellent Private Blood Testing Service is conducted at a Private Hospital with test results sent direct to you, and is NOT a "Do it yourself" kit."

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Private Thyroid Blood Testing

Hypothyroidism, more commonly known as an underactive thyroid, is when the body does not have sufficient thyroid hormones to efficiently run the bodys metabolism. People suffering from hypothyroidism will have symptoms associated with a slow metabolism.

'It has been noted that as many as 10% of women may have some degree of thyroid hormone deficiency.'

Hyperthyroidism simply means that the thyroid gland is overactive, as too much thyroid hormone is being produced and that a person will experience certain signs and symptoms that are typically associated with this problem. In healthy people, the thyroid gland will manufacture just the right amount of two hormones that have certain metabolic functions throughout the body.

It would include such things as how many calories we burn, how warm we are, and how much we weigh as it basically runs our metabolism. It could mean that a person may be feeling hotter than other people and may be slowly losing weight in spite of eating more, or slowly gaining weight as there is an increase in appetite. They are likely to experience fatigue by evening, but then have difficulty sleeping.

  • 10% of women may have some degree of thyroid hormone deficiency
  • Experience fatigue by evening, but then have difficulty sleeping?
  • Feeling hotter than other people and may be slowly losing weight

   

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