The thyroid gland is also called the thyroid gland, and it clearly shows how important its role is for all other glands and organs in the body to function properly.
Increased thyroid hormone secretion is called hyperthyroidism, and often leads to weight loss, while weight gain is characterized by hypothyroidism.
It is well understood that the whole endocrinological system works as a whole and that insufficient research on just one gland can cause a number of health issues. Sadly, it is painful, difficult, and lifelong to treat such diseases, and the body’s hormone balance does not always recover as it was before the disease occurred.
The thyroid also affects the following five organs in the body:
The heart – hormones of the thyroid gland help control the bloodstream, that is, the movement of blood cells in the blood vessels.
Ovaries (in women)-Disrupted secretion of thioredironin and thyroxine hormones can lead to irregular cycles and ovulation, but also to absence of them.
Bones-Thyroid hormones regulate the speed with which bone tissue regenerates. This process can lead to osteoporosis if it occurs faster than normal.
Brain-This gland’s hormone levels result in lower attention, forgetfulness, anxiety and even depression episodes.
Skin – at reduced secretion of hormones, the skin loses its shine as the epithelial cells slowly regenerate. Hair and nail growth are also slower.