Symptoms of Hypothyroid

Extended Symptoms List – Full Version – Used with permission from Jody

Abdominal pain and distention
Anemia
Aversion to cold (Cold intolerance)

Brain Function problems which include:
Confusion,
Disorientation,
Mental fog,
Memory loss – Brain fog

Carpal tunnel syndrome
Constipation – the more hypo we become, the more severe this becomes

Decreased body temperature
Depression which worse if patient moves into myxedema coma
Dry coarse skin and hair

Edema
Emotional liability unable to control one’s emotions
Enlarged muscle fibers with muscle weakness (Hoffman’s syndrome)
Eyebrows stop growing, outer 1/3 of eyebrows stop growing or have limited growth

Fatigue
Feeling of being overwhelmed

Goiter

Headache
Hearing loss, deafness
Heavy menses & cramping
High cholesterol and lipid levels
Hoarse voice

Impaired blood clotting
Impaired digestion
Impaired skeletal growth

Increased capillary fragility (bruising)
Increased creatine phosphokinase (CPK) level
Increased diastolic blood pressure
Increased fertility problems
Increased menstrual cycle

Irregular heart rate (bradycardia)

Joint pain
Lack of motivation
Loss of initiative

Muscle pain
Myxedema (waterlogged appearance of skin) puffy eyes, face, hands, feet

Nails changes, nails split, break, get thickened
Nasal stuffiness, dry throat
Nocturnal paraesthesia (hands or legs falling asleep)
Nutrient deficiencies

Palpitations

Severe hair loss
Severe weight gain even when not eating much
Sinus problems and or infections
Sleep apnea
Sleepiness, lethargy, insomnia, interrupted sleep
Slow speech

Thickened, dry tongue,( dry mouth)

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