When it comes to thyroid, one of its main concerns is that it often goes undiagnosed or misinterpreted. This happens because many of its symptoms indicate other medical conditions. The thyroid is a relatively common disease that can affect anyone at any age. The month of January is known as ‘Thyroid Awareness Month’ which not just talks about the importance of taking good care
Gestational Diabetes or Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) that affects pregnant women who have high blood glucose levels that are detected in their 1/2/3trimester during pregnancy
According to the IDF Diabetes Atlas's recent reports, over one million Indian kids and adolescents below the age of 15 are suffering from Type 1 diabetes mellitus. Isn't it shocking? Awareness is needed to understand and prevent this fatal disease in children.
The thyroid glands, which are located in your neck, produce hormones that regulate growth and development. But, if it is not functioning correctly, it may cause many problems such as extreme fatigue, weight gain or loss, rapid heartbeat, and hair loss. Both hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism are
Smoking is bad, and it is especially risky if you have diabetes. Diabetes is an endocrine condition in which blood sugar levels are higher than normal. Diabetes is the inability to maintain healthy levels of glucose in the blood, giving rise to numerous symptoms that can affect the entire body
Hypothyroidism refers to the condition of the underactive thyroid gland. Congenital hypothyroidism is when an infant is born without the ability to produce
Hyperthyroidism is a common endocrine disease. Hyperthyroidism, which is also known as hyperthyroid or overactive thyroid, occurs when the thyroid gland makes too much thyroxine, the hormone that is mainly responsible for managing metabolism. It also affects your heart, muscles, bones, and cholesterol. The over secretion can lead to over-activity of metabolism and can cause weight loss, a rapid or irregular heartbeat, sweating, nervousness, irritability, anxiety etc. making them nervous, irritable and anxious. Hyperthyroidism affects many cells and tissues throughout the body, including the brain, heart, bone, skin and intestinal tract.