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What is hypothyroidism?
Hypothyroidism is a fancy way to say that your thyroid isn't being active enough. The thyroid is one of the most crucial organs in your body. If it isn't performing the way it should be, you can suffer an amazing number of symptoms, including gaining weight for no apparent reason.

What are some of the other symptoms of hypothyroidism?
Aside from weight gain, symptoms of hypothyroidism can include extreme tiredness, depression, irritability, poor concentration, low body temperature and extreme sensitivity to cold, constipation, slowed heart rate, coarse and dry hair, hair loss, memory problems, hoarse voice, loss of interest in sex, pain in your muscles and joints, cramps, irregular menstrual periods, rough skin, swelling in the hands and feet or the face, infertility, raised cholesterol levels, goiter (an enlarged thyroid gland), and fingernails that break easily.

If I just leave it alone, will it get better?
No. Exactly the opposite: it WILL get worse. For your body to maintain itself, your thyroid has to be doing its job. The longer the thyroid doesn't work properly, the worse your condition will become, like a house that no one does maintenance on until it falls apart.

Why does hypothyroidsm cause so many different symptoms?
The thyroid runs your body's metabolism. That means that it's involved with EVERYTHING that goes on in your body. So, when the thyroid isn't able to do its job well enough, you get all sorts of problems.

Shouldn't I just take a prescription medication?
You can. But, prescription medication side effects have included allergic reactions, vomiting, chest pains, headaches, diarrhea, insomnia, cramps and fevers. That's why many people are looking for products that contain only natural ingredients. Different patients respond very differently to prescription thyroid medications.

Does Thyromine contain natural ingredients?
Yes. Thyromine includes only ingredients such as herbs, minerals and substances naturally found in your body.

If I take Thyromine, will I lose weight?
When your weight difficulties are due to hypothyroidism, Thyromine works as part of a program to help you control your weight. That includes losing weight that you've gained because of your underactive thyroid. No product is a substitute for a healthy diet or lifestyle.

If I take Thyromine, will my thyroid get better?
Absolutely. There is no permanent cure for hypothyroidism. Thyromine will help stimulate your underperforming thyroid, while it relieves the symptoms that hypothyroidism has caused. In other words, Thyromine works to bring your body back into balance.

How does Thyromine help?
Thyromine contains NATURAL products that assist your body to keep your thyroid functioning the way that it should. The herbs and natural ingredients in Thyromine contain vitamins, minerals and amino acids that work directly to help relieve the symptoms of hypothyroidism.

Does Thyromine have any side effects?
No. The active ingredients in Thyromine have not been shown to have any side effects. Studies indicate that they have a variety of beneficial healing and preventive qualities. Furthermore, the different ingredients work with each other so that they are more effective together than they would be alone.



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