What Are the Symptoms of Thyroid Diseases?

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Speaking of the thyroid, the two main problems of the gland are hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism. Hyperthyroidism is caused by the excessive secretion of thyroid hormones, while hypothyroidism originates from the insufficient production of the hormones. Symptoms of hyperthyroidism Increased appetite Weight loss Increased heart rate or heart palpitations Higher blood pressure Sweating Nervousness Frequent bowel movements or diarrhea Muscle weakness (trembling hands) Lighter or shorter menstrual periods An enlargement (goiter) in your neck Symptoms of hypothyroidism Reduced heart rate Depression, confusion or lethargy An enlargement (goiter) in your neck Neck pain Difficulty swallowing Difficulty turning the head around Constipation Heavy menstrual periods Increased sensitivity to cold Tingling or numbness in the hands Dry skin Thin hair or hair loss   Keywords: signs symptoms thyroid disease; symptom thyroid; symptoms thyroid disease; symptoms thyroid problem; thyroid disease symptoms; thyroid problems symptoms; thyroid disorder symptoms; thyroid signs symptoms; thyroid symptoms; ; signs thyroid problems; symptoms thyroid; symptoms thyroid diseases; symptoms thyroid problems     Related FAQs: http://healthtopquestions.com/?p=5631   http://healthtopquestions.com/?p=5404   http://healthtopquestions.com/?p=5376
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