Hypothyroidism Weight Gain
Hypothyroid Weight Gain in Female
Hypothyroidism is strongly associated with weight gain. In fact, weight gain is one of the most common symptoms of hypothyroidism—and is what ultimately leads many people to the diagnosis of thyroid disease. Hypothyroidism is strongly associated with weight gain. In fact, weight gain is one of the most common symptoms of hypothyroidism—and is what ultimately leads many females to the diagnosis of thyroid disease.
Conditions:In hypothyroidism, you may be gaining weight and you may fail to lose weight despite ramping up exercise and reducing calories.
Hypothyroidism Weight Gain in Male
In hyperthyroidism, you may lose weight while eating as usual or have difficulty maintaining weight despite increased caloric intake.
Many men don’t consider that they could have thyroid disease, even if they present with classic symptoms.
- Weight gain
- Abdominal trunk
- Loss in executive function
- Diminished ability to think clearly and make decisions
- Reduced feeling of empowerment and self-assuredness
- Decrease in sex drive
- Erectile dysfunction
- Balding/hair loss
- High cholesterol
- Decreased ability to deal with stress
- Reduced energy and fatigue
- Decreased testosterone levels