Symptoms of a Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis Flare Up

Symptoms of a Hashimoto's Thyroiditis Flare Up

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What are symptoms of a Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis flare-up so there’s the so there’s the common symptoms I’m assuming the person asking this and the person tuning into this is interest already knows something about hashimoto’s so hashimoto’s flares up many things can flare it up i mean we’ve talked about that they’re lifestyle things that can flare it up there’s lack of sleep there’s over exercise there’s poor relationships there’s blood sugar problems can can do it and and and and then there’s food sensitivities and chemicals and viruses and pathogens and molds and on and on there’s like again the third famous 39 triggers that can that can flare it up there’s the the the symptomatic overactive thyroid symptoms are pretty much anxiety we can flare up anxiety it can i think like the cardinal sign to me is heart palpitations for no reason at all heart palpitations that come and go for no reason at all something goes something triggers your thyroid the thyroid starts vomiting out thyroid hormone more than it should it increases your metabolism and your heart has a gazillion thyroid receptors on it more than any place else in your body and so the thyroid hits your heart and you start getting heart palpitations for no reason inward trembling which comes directly from that increased thyroid um shakiness like if you if you some for not everybody but for some people start to get shakiness or some people will start to get worse balance problems because their cerebellum is being attacked by the thyroid insomnia the insomnia fires up the system starts screwing up your blood sugar blood sugar is the biggest cause of waking up in the middle night not being able to go back to sleep but but it can be secondary to the thyroid um so let’s see thyroid let’s see and we’re trembling and some the night sweats night sweats it uh it has a profound the thyroid when it when it uh it’s its major function its main function it has a profound effect on um on estrogen and testosterone and progesterone and so it can it can affect your your hormones and cause night sweats in men as well as women by the way i think some of the more outward visual signs that are more obvious that that tend to really really get people’s attention is their thyroid if their thyroid starts swelling and then it goes down and it swells and then it goes down those are signs of of of a hyperthyroid hashimoto’s flare-up and and and that’s we actually that’s actually a an acute unstable hashimoto’s thyroiditis and when when one of those cases comes in here one of my decisions is do i just go after that first and throw a bunch of stuff there that’s going to get that down so the patient can be a little calmer and not be so worried and or or do you go after all all of the things and that are causing those triggers and and just wait on on giving the person a bunch of supplements to calm down the information so but either way it that’s a that is an acute inflammatory response and the same thing would be if you are if you’re let’s say you have a propensity to develop um like like swelling swollen glands swollen lymph nodes and they come and they go for no reason at all or let’s say you have a propensity to develop joint pain and and joint pain can be a hashimoto’s symptom are any of the pains that you might get along with this and and any of the symptoms that you might get along with this and what are those symptoms there are symptoms that come and go there’s symptoms that like you say oh man i woke up today and i feel like i feel great oh my god i’m better you know i’m hopefully better then you go out and do all the things that you weren’t able to do for the last week and then you crash again and then all those pains come back that’s a hashimoto’s flare-up when you when you have all of the symptoms that are it might be your gut it might be gas it might be bloating it might be brain fog’s a big one i mean the big ones are fatigue brain fog depression joint pain those are biggies those are biggies for those of you who have fibromyalgia sensitivities um that you know that would be a flare-up of that type of a pain that is caused by uh hashimoto’s flare-ups so i mean that hashimoto’s flare-up potentially can affect every cell of the trillions of cells that in your body it’s in your body it doesn’t but it could because it has a receptor site in every single cell so think exacerbations or remissions specifically think of of like swelling my my my my gorter swells up and then it goes away and it swells up and then it goes away and i think uh um heart palpitations to me that’s like number one if if you have intermittent heart palpitations for no reason at all um you’re you’re even if you’re stressed it’s going to be heart palpitations for no reason at all then your hashimoto’s until proven innocent in my world and so hashimoto’s yeah insomnia inward trembling night sweats um those are the things that you’ll kind of look at and go maybe i should get my thyroid check or ooh my hashimoto’s is flaring up what did i do could i connect it to anything so yeah so that’s the symptoms of a hashimoto’s flare-up you And that we’re gonna be answering today is again we seem to be answering questions now.

The question is what are symptoms of a Hashimoto’s thyroiditis flare up. So there’s the common symptoms. I’m assuming the person asking this and the person tuning into this as interest already know something about Hashimoto’s.

So Hashimoto’s flares up. Many things can flare it up. I mean we’ve talked about that. They’re lifestyle things that can flare it up. There’s lack of sleep. There’s over-exercise, there’s poor relationships.

There’s blood sugar problems can do it. And then there’s food sensitivities and chemicals and viruses and pathogens and moles, and on and on. There’s like, again, the third famous 39 triggers that can flare it up.

There’s the symptomatic overactive thyroid symptoms are pretty much anxiety. It can flare up anxiety. It can I think like the cardinal sign to me is heart palpitations for no reason at all. Heart palpitation that come and go for no reason at all.

Something goes, something triggers your thyroid. The thyroid starts vomiting out thyroid hormone, more than it should. It increases your metabolism and your heart has a gazillion thyroid receptors on it, more than any place else in your body.

And so the thyroid hit your arm and you start getting heart palpitations for no reason. Inward trembling, which comes directly from that increased thyroid. Shakiness, like if you some for not everybody but for some people start to get shakiness or some people will start to get worse balance problems because their cerebellum is being attacked by the thyroid.

Insomnia, the insomnia fires up the system. Starts screwing up your blood sugar. Blood sugar is the biggest cause of waking up in the middle of night and not being able to go back to sleep but it can be secondary to the thyroid.

So let’s see thyroid let’s see. Inward trembling, insomnia, night sweats. It has a profound thyroid when its major function, its main function. It has a profound effect on estrogen and testosterone and progesterone.

And so it can affect your hormones and cause night’s sweats in men as well as women by the way. I think some of the more outward visual signs that are more obvious that tend to really really get people’s attention is their thyroid.

If their thyroid starts swelling and then it goes down it swells and then it goes down. Those are signs of a hyperthyroid Hashimoto’s flare up. And that’s actually an acute unstable Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.

And when one of those cases comes in here, one of my decisions is do I just go after that first and throw a bunch of stuff there, that’s gonna get that down. So the patient can be a little calmer and not be so worried or do you go after all of the things that are causing those triggers and just wait on giving the person a bunch of supplements that calm down the inflammation.

So, but either way, if that is an acute inflammatory response. And the same thing would be if you are, let’s say you have a propensity to develop like swollen glands, swollen lymph nodes and they come and they go for no reason at all.

Or let’s say you have a propensity to develop joint pain. And joint pain can be a Hashimoto’s symptom. Are any of the pains that you might get along with this And any of the symptoms that you might get along with this and what are those symptoms? There are symptoms that come and go.

There’s symptoms that let you say, oh man, I woke up today and I feel like, I feel great. Oh my God I’m better. I’m hopefully I’m better and then you go out and do all the things that you weren’t able to do for the last week and then you crash again.

And then all those pains come back. That’s a Hashimoto’s flare up. When you have all of the symptoms that are, it might be your gut. It might be gas it might be bloating. It might be brain fog is a big one.

I mean the big ones are fatigue brain fog, depression, joint pain. Those are biggies. For those of you have fibromyalgia sensitivities that would be a flare up of that type of a pain that is caused by a Hashimoto’s flare up.

So I mean that Hashimoto’s flare up potentially can affect every cell of the trillions of cells that in your body is in your body doesn’t, but it could because it has a receptor site in every single cell.

So think exacerbations or remissions. Specifically think of like swelling. My gut my goiter swells up and then it goes away and then it swells up and then it goes away. And I think heart palpitations to me, that’s like number one.

If you have intermittent heart palpitations for no reason at all. Even if you’re stressed it’s gonna be hard palpitations for no reason at all. Then your Hashimoto’s until proven innocent in my world.

And so Hashimoto’s yeah. Insomnia, inward trembling, night sweats. Those are the things that you all kind of look at and go, maybe I should get my thyroid checked or ooh, my Hashimoto’s is flaring up.

What did I do? Could I connect it to anything? So yeah, so that’s the symptoms of a Hashimoto’s flare up.

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