Thyroid Health

When Your TSH is "Normal", But You Still Have Symptoms

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If you’re reading this, you’ve been told your thyroid looks fine because your TSH fell within the normal lab range, BUT you still feel like garbage. Like something is weighing you down. Like there’s something wrong inside, but you have no idea what or where to start.

There are so many low thyroid symptoms and you could be experiencing any number of them. Mine were fatigue, irritability, brain fog, muscle soreness and lack of motivation…just to name a few. I was also told my thyroid was fine. I was even handed a business card from my doctor to go talk to someone because, “It’s all in your head, sweetie. You’re healthier than you think you are.”

I created this intro video for my membership group, but I’m sharing it here so that you can get some answers…and help.

Thyroid function does not depend on a TSH marker alone and in this video you’ll learn why.

Things to consider when your TSH marker comes back "normal", but you're still having ALLLLL the symptoms.

If you’re looking for answers and want to chat or check out my Thyroid Alive! Program, I’d love to meet you. It’s my passion to spread this much needed message so we can, collectively as a whole, start living the lives we were meant to live.


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Curb Your Anxiety

Have you ever noticed that life is all fun and roses...until it's not?  Along with life comes a whole host emotions and the most popular one, unfortunately, is anxiety.

That feeling of constant worry and turmoil with no end in sight is a scary one.  It can leave you feeling out of control, hopeless and depressed.  It can jolt you awake at night, turn you inside out and become a barrier between you and the people who care about you.  

What if I told you that you didn't have to live like this?  That you could reduce your anxiety levels...today...by following this simple outline that I've put together for you.  You'll feel more relaxed, confident and ready to tackle all that life throws at you.  

Anxiety is very common and like everything else, can range from one end of the spectrum to the other, but did you know that anxiety is one of the most common symptoms associated with a thyroid disorder?  If your anxiety is present day in and day out and is starting to debilitate you, please consider getting some thyroid testing done.   If you're not sure what to ask for, check out my mini training on the 5 Non-Negotiable Thyroid Lab Tests that you can request from your doctor.

Are you ready to make a change?  Because one conversation with me could change your life. Schedule a free coaching session now and together we'll get you living the life you've always wanted. 

 

 

Thyroid Symptoms & Signs

A thyroid imbalance can come with a host of symptoms, but a super common one is exhaustion and fatigue.  It's different for everyone, but for me, it was like trying to accomplish my daily tasks, job, etc. while I was underwater.  Everything felt heavy.  I had to give myself a pep talk just to raise my arms over my head so that I could wash my hair.  The thought of doing anything extra was just downright draining.  

Fatigue is probably the most common symptom that I hear about from my clients, but there are many other signs that may indicate a thyroid disorder.  Following is a list of some of the most common symptoms of low thyroid function:

  • Fatigue
  • Weight gain or difficulty losing weight
  • Headaches
  • Depression
  • Constipation
  • Sensitivity to cold weather
  • Numbness in hands and feet
  • Dry skin
  • Edema, esp. facial swelling
  • Loss of outermost portion of eyebrows
  • Brittle nails

If you feel like reading these symptoms is like looking in a mirror, you may want to seriously consider getting your thyroid checked.  Most doctors will test for TSH and Free T4, but if you want to request some additional testing that has the potential to give you even more answers, read my post about what I consider to be the top 5 Non-Negotiable Thyroid Tests out there. 

Want to chat a bit about your thyroid wellness and health goals?  Hop on a free coaching call with me so we (together!) can talk about a plan of attack that will help give you some clarity and insight. 


Please be advised that all information given on this site is intended for educational purposes only and should not replace the medical guidance given by your doctor.