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Shaking (Definition)

Shaking is a symptom in which a person has tremors (shakiness or small back and forth movements) in part or all of his body. Shaking can be due to cold body temperatures, rising fever (such as with infections), neurological problems, medicine ...Read more


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Lately, i was found with minor high level of thyroid.I workout and i drink whey protein shakes..So is it safe to take whey in thyroid disorder?

Lately, i was found with minor high level of thyroid.I workout and i drink whey protein shakes..So is it safe to take whey in thyroid disorder?

No iodine: The only dietary restriction for most people with mildly high thyroid levels is to avoid excess iodine, typically found in seaweed or kelp. Whey protein is derived from milk products and does not have excess iodine, so it is safe. ...Read more

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Would using the shake mix called Shakeology interfere with my thyroid or thyroid medicine?

Would using the shake mix called Shakeology interfere with my thyroid or thyroid medicine?

Diet supplements: They don't really say what is in it ("proprietary......") but it appears to be all ground up food of some kind. Just take your synthroid (thyroxine) on an empty stomach and you will likely be fine. Do you really need this stuff? ...Read more

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My hands shake/tremble and i get hot really bad all the time. I don't have thyroids(doctors have checked) i want to now what it is ? Thank you

My hands shake/tremble and i get hot really bad all the time.  I don't have thyroids(doctors have checked) i want to now what it is ? Thank you

Need clarification: "thyroids"...The thyroid gland is a normal part of human anatomy (body parts). If you have abnormal thyroid functioning from medication or illness, you can develop symtoms specific to the type of thyroid abnormality. Usually tremor is related to hyperthyroid (elevated) activitiy. Any abnormal thyroid functioning should be closely monitored by your doctor. ...Read more

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Whats wrong? My hands always shake, my heart rate is high and abnormal. Family history of thyroid issues. Started 6 months ago.

Whats wrong? My hands always shake, my heart rate is high and abnormal. Family history of thyroid issues. Started 6 months ago.

See MD: Sounds like you are already suspecting a thyroid disorder, and that sounds quite reasonable. Only way to really know is to get simple blood test. Upon getting more history and doing a physical, your dr can see if checking for anything else is necessary. ...Read more

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Sometimes I feel my head shaking and today I went to the doctors and they said it may be thyroids. What is that?

Sometimes I feel my head shaking and today I went to the doctors and they said it may be thyroids. What is that?

The thyroid gland..: is in your neck, and it's sort of a speed dial for the body, if you will. A tremor, such as that in your head, could be indicative of hyperthyroid. Other associated symptoms could be restlessness, sweating, palpitations, weight loss, anxiety, sleeplessness, high heart rate and breathing rate. ...Read more

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Can anyone tell me do shaking and bad headache come from thyroid?

Can anyone tell me do shaking and bad headache come from thyroid?

Multiple causes: Shaking and headache may come from infections, hyperthyroidism can cause tremors, anxiety and other neurological ilnness can cause shivering and headache. ...Read more

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Thyroid (Definition)

The thyroid is an endocrine gland that sits in the lower part of the neck. It produces thyroid hormone - which ...Read more