The thyroid, a small gland in your neck, can have a dramatic impact on a huge variety of bodily functions, and if you’re a woman over 35 your odds of a thyroid disorder are high—more than 30%, by some estimates.

Things can start to go wrong when your thyroid is under or over active. If it’s sluggish, it produces too little TH; amped-up and it produces too much. What causes your thyroid to go haywire? It could be genetics, an autoimmune attack, pregnancy, stress, nutritional deficiencies, or toxins in the environment, but experts aren’t entirely sure.

✔Fatigue after sleeping 8 to 10 hours
✔Weight gain or the inability to lose weight
✔Mood issues such as mood swings, anxiety or depression.
✔Hormone imbalances
✔Muscle pain, joint pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, or tendonitis
✔Cold hands and feet
✔Dry or cracking skin, brittle nails and excessive hair loss
✔Poor concentration or poor memory
✔Neck swelling, snoring or hoarse voice

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