Monday, May 28, 2007

Health Tip: Signs of Hyperthyroidism

(HealthDay News) -- Hyperthyroidism occurs when the thyroid overproduces hormones that control the body's metabolism.

The American Academy of Family Physicians lists these common warning signs of hyperthyroidism:

Sudden, unexplained weight loss.
Weakened muscles and fatigue.
Feelings of nervousness and anxiousness.
Excessive sweating.
Rapid heartbeat.
Eyes that are red, wide, or swollen.
The academy says other diseases and conditions can mimic these symptoms, so your doctor may run some tests to confirm a suspected diagnosis.

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