Ever get told that your thyroid labs are normal yet you still feel like crap?! Unfortunately, the medical profession typically only evaluates and manages thyroid health by looking at the TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) and if that is within the normal lab range, your thyroid is “fine”! This leads many, many women searching for answers because they have unexplainable:
Fatigue: Persistent tiredness and a lack of energy, even after a full night’s sleep.

Weight Gain: Unexplained weight gain or difficulty losing weight.

Cold Sensitivity: Feeling excessively cold, especially in the hands and feet.

Constipation: Slower digestion and bowel movements.

Dry Skin and Hair: Skin may become dry, rough, and hair can become brittle and prone to breakage.

Thinning Hair: Hair loss or thinning, particularly along the scalp’s outer edges.

Muscle Aches and Weakness: Muscle pain, stiffness, or weakness.

Joint Pain: Joint stiffness and discomfort.

Depression: Mood changes, including feelings of depression and sadness.

Memory Issues: Difficulty concentrating and memory problems, often described as “brain fog.”

Menstrual Irregularities: Irregular or heavy menstrual periods in women.

Hoarseness: A raspy or deeper voice due to changes in the throat.

Swelling: Puffiness, particularly in the face and extremities.

Elevated Cholesterol: High levels of LDL cholesterol (the “bad” cholesterol) in the blood.

Puffy Face: A swollen appearance of the face, especially around the eyes.

Infertility: Difficulty getting pregnant or maintaining a pregnancy in some cases.

Any of these symptoms may very likely be due to low thyroid function and the TSH marker is only a tiny pice of the puzzle! If you would like to learn more about how your thyroid works with your body and therefore, what blood markers need to be looked at in order how to figure out WHERE the problem is coming from, tune into next Thursday’s workshop! It could be your liver, your gut, your immune system, your adrenal fatigue… healing the underlying cause is how youstop managing your symptoms and actually heal the thyroid. Grab your latest bloodwork and JOIN ME!