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Thyroid Factor

Thyroid Factor is a program that was created by Dawn Sylvester to help women deal with thyroid issues. Dawn Sylvester is a 57 years old lady that has worked with 1,000's of real women. She has over the time tried to investigate the underlying reason why majority of women lose energy and also struggle with belly fat and fatigue as they age. It is a comprehensive program thatcomprises of Thyro pause, 11 kinds of thyroid saving foods that will work to help you boost fat burning Free T3. The program also teaches you all the hidden causes of thyroid which are making you fat and later a highly reliable Thyroid reboot plan which is an excellent plan you need to tackle your weight. Additionally, there are tips to reduce bulging fat fast and eventually obtain a healthy body. You also get several bonuses all aimed at helping you solve all the problems that comes with being overweight. The three bonuses you get are 21 Day Thyroid weight loss system, 101 Thyroid boosting foods and Thyroid Jumpstart Guide. Continue reading...

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The Natural Thyroid Diet

The Natural Thyroid Diet can help you get the nutrition your thyroid needs. And when your thyroid is working better you will have more energy and it becomes much easier to lose weight. Find out why soy foods can actually harm your thyroid. Discover why going gluten free may not be a perfect dietary solution. Identify & treat the underlying factors that are driving your thyroid problem. Find out how to get a real medical diagnosis with specific pathology tests. How to assess your thyroid activity at home with a simple testing procedure. Find out which specific nutrients help enhance natural thyroid activity. Discover why iodine is such a critical mineral for the thyroid. Reduce thyroid stress & skyrocket your metabolism with a few simple activities. Learn about reverse T3 dominance & how to treat this common thyroid problem. How to detox your home to reduce the toxic load on your thyroid. Find out how to interpret the medical test results from your doctor. Get a natural thyroid diet with actual daily meal plans and food lists. Continue reading...

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Listing 902 Thyroid Disorders Adults

The thyroid gland is located in the lower front of the neck, on both sides of the trachea. The major thyroid hormones are thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3). Thyroid hormones stimulate the DNA in the nuclei of cells to increase protein synthesis and oxygen consumption and are therefore vital to the body's metabolic activities. Thyroid hormones are released from the thyroid gland into the bloodstream under the influence thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) from the pituitary gland. There are many types of specific thyroid disorders, but this listing concerns hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism. The most common form of hyperthyroidism is Graves' disease, also known as diffuse toxic goiter, and this disorder is frequently seen by the SSA. Hyperthyroidism can almost always be controlled with drugs, radioactive iodine to suppress the function of the gland or with surgery. Hypothy-roidism is also a common disorder, but is almost always easily treatable with a tiny once-a-day tablet of...

Listing 10902 Thyroid Disorders Children

The comments under Listing 9.02 apply here, especially regarding clinical manifestations of thyroid disorders. For the child's condition to be severe enough to meet the listing, the child must have the thyroid disorder that satisfies or below. Hyperthyroidism with clinical manifestations despite prescribed treatment. Once such a clinical manifestation of uncontrolled hyperthyroidism is established such as through abnormal heart rhythms or weight loss laboratory tests must verify increased thyroid hormone levels. Additionally, 1, 2 or 3 must be present. The normal reference values of the particular testing laboratory should be used regarding the tests mentioned by the listing. This is particularly important in children because the normal values of thyroid hormone levels vary with age. 2. Elevated thyroid uptake of radioactive iodine. 1. IQ of 70 or less. Infants with hypothyroidism who are not treated may have permanent brain damage with resulting mental retardation, a condition known...

Listing 903 Hyperparathyroidism Adults

There are two little parathyroid glands each buried in the right and left part of the thyroid gland. Although they are within the thyroid gland, the parathyroid glands are separate glands that produce parathyroid hormone (PTH). PTH is important in regulating the way the body uses calcium. About 90 of cases of hyperparathyroidism are caused by a benign tumor in a parathyroid gland.

Listing 904 Hypoparathyroidism Adults

Hypoparathyroidism means abnormally low parathyroid hormone (PTH) output from the parathyroid glands, which are inside the thyroid gland. A frequent cause of this disorder is damage to the parathyroid glands during thyroidectomy, a complication that might not become apparent for years after surgery. When PTH levels are too low, blood calcium levels fall. The risks of hypoparathyroidism are those associated with this hypocalcemia.

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Endocrine disorders affect the structure or functions of the body due to too much or too little hormone production. If the hormone disorder affects the function of other organ systems, evaluation should be done under the appropriate listing. For example, increased thyroid hormone could result in an abnormally fast heart rate and heart failure. That part of the impairment would be evaluated under the listings dealing with heart disease (Chapter 19). Lack of insulin could cause retinal disease with loss of vision. That disorder would be evaluated under the listings for visual impairments (Chapter 17). Many hormonal disorders respond to medical treatment, particularly if the only action necessary is replacement of the deficient hormone.

BResidual Functional Capacity

Thyroid abnormality on other body organs and your response to treatment. Also see the description of possible complications under the comments about the listing above and discussion of RFC under whatever other listing is being considered. It should be pointed out that the majority of cases of thyroid disorder can be treated so well that RFC restrictions are not required.

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