If you have thyroid problems, you're probably familiar with the fatigue, dry skin, weight gain, constipation, and other symptoms. But one thing you might not know is that your condition puts you at a substantially higher risk of having a heart attack.
The Cleveland Heart Clinic kept track of the thyroid health of its patients for 15 years. In all, they looked at over 6,400 patients. What they found was very clear.
Those men and women with the lowest thyroid function were 27% more likely to die of a heart attack than those with healthy thyroid function. Even those with minimal low thyroid function (moderate subclinical hypothyroidism) still had an 18% greater mortality rate.
What's more, the people with low thyroid function also had other markers for heart disease, including high blood pressure, high triglyceride levels, and excess fibrinogen in the blood. Too much fibrinogen in the blood can lead to inflammation, dangerous blood clots, and strokes.
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These results bring the dangers of hypothyroidism full circle. We've known for years that the condition can cause elevated cholesterol levels. So we've suspected it can cause heart issues for years. But cholesterol alone isn't enough to warrant concern. However, now we know that the condition can cause excessive fibrinogen levels, which is definitely a concern.
So if you have hypothyroidism - or any of its symptoms - it's time to start treating it. This is important even if your symptoms are mild. Remember, the researchers found that mild hypothyroidism raised your risk of having a heart attack by 18%.
While most medications for hypothyroidism require a prescription, there's a supplement that you can order without a visit to the doctor. It's called Thyrovanz. This supplement provides a complete thyroid treatment without a prescription. It's safe and can make a huge difference in your health - potentially even preventing a heart attack.
Your insider for better health,
Steve Kroening, ND.