Optimal Thyroid Health for Men and Women

Optimal Thyroid Health for Men and Women

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Increased Energy, Balanced Thyroid Hormone

The thyroid gland located at the base of the throat is small, but helps control major functions throughout the body including metabolism, energy, appetite, body temperature, cholesterol levels and more.

Thyroid health is critical to overall wellness because it affects every area of the body. Balanced thyroid hormones make us feel better, more energetic, and able to easily carry out daily tasks. A deficiency or imbalance can create a number of problems that affect physical, emotional, and mental health.

Some individuals will become symptomatic without ever realizing that thyroid hormones are out of balance. Many people go undiagnosed for thyroid conditions their entire life.

Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid) can develop slowly and may create symptoms including:

Feeling cold in the extremities
Weakness in muscles
Weight gain
Painful joints
Dry skin and hair
Reduced heart rate
Reduced sweating
Puffy face
Hoarse/husky voice
Heavy menstrual period
High (bad) cholesterol
Hashimoto’s disease
Reduced fertility in women

Hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid) may cause:

Graves’ disease
Inflammation of the thyroid
Weight loss
Irritability/angry outbursts
Excessive sweating
Abnormal heartbeat
Difficulty sleeping
Benign tumor
Menstrual irregularities in women

While both sexes experience thyroid issues, women are five times more likely to have a thyroid imbalance than men. Women may also develop thyroid disorders following childbirth or in menopause. Both men and women are at greater risk for thyroid dysfunction as they age however.

How Optimal Thyroid Health for Men and Women Can Help

Our customized optimal thyroid health program includes carefully formulated therapeutic doses of thyroid hormones to:

Stabilize energy effectively
Promote healthy metabolic rate
Support weight control and appetite
Create balanced mood
Modulate body temperature
Stabilize heart rate

When thyroid hormone levels are correctly balanced, individuals feel better overall.

Individually customized thyroid hormone therapies help facilitate:

Healthy weight reduction (hypothyroidism)
Weight stabilization (hyperthyroidism)
Optimal mental health
Balanced energy levels

Treatment for thyroid conditions varies and is dependent on the specific need for T3 and T4 in the body. While some conditions solely require a boost in T4 (Thyroxine), others involve the body’s inability to convert T4 to T3 (Triiodothyronine). The body uses iodine from food ingested to create these hormones.

Thyroid replacement therapy includes:

T4 (Thyroxine)—This is the inactive form of thyroid hormone produced in the thyroid gland. This hormone gets converted to the active form of thyroid hormone, T3 (Triiodothyronine). The hypothalamus in the brain and the pituitary gland both regulate T4 production.

T3 or T3/T4 (slow release) plain—The thyroid hormone T3 (Triiodothyronine) or T3 and T4 (Thyroxine) combined work to provide metabolic functions. Slow release formula provides better balance of hormone delivery with fewer overall side effects.

T3 slow release—T3 (Triiodothyronine)—This is the active form of thyroid hormone produced in the thyroid gland. Sustained-release tablet formulations are used to reduce the side effects of highly concentrated T3 in the body and are generally more stable.

Nature Throid—This prescription treatment for hypothyroidism contains both T3 and T4 hormones and is derived from porcine (pig) thyroid glands.

Armour Thyroid—This is a common prescription medication made from desiccated thyroid extract (DTE) of the porcine (pig) thyroid. This includes both T3 (Triiodothyronine) and T4 (Thyroxine).

Benefits of Optimal Thyroid Health for Men and Women

Quality, prescription-grade formulas for maximum safety and efficacy

Customized dosage and delivery methods

No controlled substances ever

Thyroid health and wellness for both men and women is important. Speak with one of our partner physicians about your specific thyroid symptoms and get the help you need for better, balanced living.


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