What is thyroid activity

in health •  last year

Thyroid problems are one of the most common problems in our society.  In this topic, we will become acquainted with the thyroid gland, its  functions and the diseases that afflict it, while discussing the  activity of the thyroid gland.


The  thyroid gland is one of the endocrine glands in the body. It is also  one of the large endocrine glands in the body located in the neck. This  gland is similar in shape to the butterfly, which is unique in its  wings. It also contains a group of cells called the thoracic cells, Secretion of thyroid hormones, thyroxine (TSH) triiodothyronine.

Thyroid  gland has many functions in the body. The hormones released by the  thyroid gland are responsible for the processes and chemical reactions  in our body. They are responsible for metabolism or so-called  metabolism. They are responsible for controlling body temperature and  responsible for growth in the body and appetite for food, Also on the movement and development of the skeleton, as the gland  also produces the hormone calcitutin, which works to maintain the  balance of calcium in the body.

The thyroid gland may have several diseases, including hyperthyroidism (increased thyroid hormone secretion). Laziness or idle of the gland. (Lack or lack of secretion of thyroid hormones). Benign tumors in the gland. Malignant tumors of the gland. Hyperthyroidism  and hyperthyroidism are thyroid diseases. The thyroid gland secretes  the hormone T3 and T4 more than usual. The person with hyperthyroidism  suffers from the following symptoms: In weight. Diarrhea. Hair loss. High body temperature with increased sweating. General weakness and fatigue in the body. Increased heart beat. The weakness or discontinuation of menstrual cycle in women. Neuropathy and impaired ability to adjust nerves. Weakness  of muscles and the presence of javelin in the hand, which can be  observed if the patient has the palm of his hand on paper, noting the  movement of the paper or not. Redness of the eye with a feeling of sand inside the eye. Rapid growth in nails with easy accumulation of dirt underneath and break

Thyroid  diseases can be diagnosed by blood analysis, through the analysis of  thyroid hormones in the blood. It is possible to see if there is a  swelling or swelling of the gland in the neck area, and to check with  the doctor for the necessary tests and tests to diagnose the disease.

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