Archive for the ‘Hyperthyroidism’ Category
Hyperthyroidism is a hyperfunction of the thyroid gland. It usually causes a state of nervousness and agitation, frequent stools and a rapid heartbeat. In hyperthyroidism, the activity of the thyroid gland increased 60% to 100% or more.
The disease usually starts in people aged 20 to 40 years. However, it can occur at any age, and we see both in children than in older people. It is less common than hypothyroidism.