If you are exhibiting any of the symptoms of thyroid disorders, your doctor will probably want you to have a blood test to determine whether or not a thyroid disorder exists.



Stress can really do bad things to your adrenals and your thyroid gland. Obviously, the precise measurement or even definition of stress can be hard to conclude.



If you’ve been diagnosed with a thyroid disorder or an autoimmune disorder, two things are for certain: treatment isn’t an option and you need to have adequate levels of vitamin D.



For many people who suffer from thyroid disorders, especially undiagnosed ones, depression is common. It can be frustrating when you know something is wrong, but your doctor doesn’t diagnose you because they rely totally on faulty TSH range tests or they diagnose you and only treat you with T4 medications that aren’t working. You visit your physician with complaints of depression, anxiety, poor concentration, mood swings, and BAM…you’re placed on your doctor’s favorite anti-depressant, anti-anxiety, or bi-polar medication.