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The thyroid gland can be found wrapped around the trachea below the Adam’s apple. The thyroid is important because it produces a hormone known as thyroxine which affects everything from metabolism to heart health. A healthy thyroid is important for good health. But when the thyroid produces too much or too little of said hormone, the consequences for our body can be unpleasant. There are different types of thyroid disorders that affect both the structure and function of the thyroid.

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1. Nervousness and Tremors

People who develop thyroid disease will often notice changes in their mood. In many cases, individuals may feel more nervous than before, or they might even experience frequent tremors. This is a results of the over functioning of the thyroid glands. This condition is known as hyperthyroidism. In some cases, affected individuals may also feel excessively agitated; they may also be moody and find themselves in an emotionally unstable state. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, schedule a checkup with your doctor to determine the root cause. It’s important to know that the symptoms caused by hyperthyroidism may also appear in other diseases.

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