Natrabio Thyroid Support reviews – Is Natrabio Thyroid Support effective and any side effects?
Low thyroid most often affects women over 40, but men and even teenagers can also have reduced thyroid function, especially if it runs in the family. According to some estimates, as many as 15 to 20% of women over the age of 60 may have subclinical hypothyroidism.
This means, essentially that they would benefit from thyroid supplementation even though most conventional doctors would insist based on standard laboratory test results, that they had no thyroid pathology requiring treatment. Each year, 5 to 15% of these women develop symptoms, some of which may contribute to a shortening of their lives.
Natrabio Thyroid Support provides glandular support for possible temporary relief of low energy, low metabolism, cold hands and feet, melancholy and restlessness. Natrabio Thyroid Support now comes with real thyroid. This formula is easy to take and gentle enough for people young and old. Natrabio Thyroid Support has quick and easy to dissolve tablets.
Thyroxine is synthesized from the amino acid tyrosine and the mineral iodine. Its production and secretion are controlled by the thyroid-stimulating hormone, or TSH (also called thyrotropin), which is released by the body’s master gland, the pituitary. TSH is secreted in a pulsatile manner with a circadian rhythm, under the control of yet another hormone, which is released by the hypothalamus, a deep-seated structure of the forebrain.
As signals reach the pituitary that more T4 is needed throughout the body, it releases more TSH, which causes the thyroid gland to step up its production and release of T4. As the T4 level rises, the pituitary is signaled to step down its release of TSH.
The most common symptoms of low thyroid are fatigue, dulling of mental faculties, depression, weight gain, constipation, aching joints, low blood pressure, high cholesterol, low libido, dry skin, brittle nails, hair loss, and sensitivity to cold.
Most cases, it is believed, go undiagnosed because the symptoms can be easily ignored, regarded as a normal aspect of aging, attributed to something else, or not even noticed because they develop so slowly and subtly.