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What causes a thyroid to be hyperactive?

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Amy Chadwick ND
As a licensed Naturopathic Doctor, I use integrative physiology to witness unique patterns, treat the root cause and support daily thriving.

It is important to look at your individual physiology to assess what is causing thyroid activity to be excessive. The thyroid is an integral part of the endocrine system and is influenced by other hormones, and is responsive to the needs of the body for adaptation, growth and metabolism. Many symptoms associated with thyroid imbalance are caused by a dysregulated activity of hormones other than simply T4 and T3.

Physician Assistant

This can be do to multiple factors. Did you have a full thyroid panel done? Some providers only check a TSH which does not provide a complete picture.

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