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"Thyroid and Sleep"

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Sleep is not a critical part of the human 24 hour circadian cycle

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The thyroid gland is situated at the back of the neck

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A number of factors can influence both the thyroid and the parathyroid glands

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When the thyroid under-works, with symptoms that can include weight loss, excessive body heat is being generated

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If the thyroid becomes affected, symptoms such as hair loss may occur

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Sleep issues can arise from both sufferers of hypo- and hyperthyroidism

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The throat chakra is exactly where the thyroid is situated

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Sleep issues will benefit from glandular areas being stimulated during a reflexology session

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If the quality of sleep is regularly affected, it can have a detrimental effect on someone's life

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Hashimoto's and Grave's Disease are autoimmune disorders of the thyroid

"Hyperthyroidism and related conditions"

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The thyroid has two bridges, connected by a lobe

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Nerves which are important for eye sight pass through the thyroid

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The main hormone of the thyroid is called thyroxine

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The thyroid gland produces iodine

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The second hormone of the thyroid is called T4

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Reflexology has been reported to have a positive effect on thyroid imbalances

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Women are 20 times more likely than men to develop Grave's Disease

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If excess thyroid hormones are secreted, the body cells work slower than normal

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Grave's Disease affects roughly 1% of the population

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Sir Robert Graves first described Grave's Disease in the early 19th century

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